Bonne Année! And what a way to kick off the new year than with a dozen new shows and seasons, including the return of our favorite wisecracking Danish teacher!
The year 2017 closes with the premieres of twelve new and returning Euro TV programs. There’s a baker’s dozen of shows when you add the one that’s available for streaming again.
¿Cómo se dice “I’m hooked” en español? Lifeline is so good, I’m doing the unthinkable: waiting to start the new season of Stranger Things until I finish this Spanish thriller.
This October we have one Friday the 13th, an untold number of Oktoberfest celebrations and Halloween parties, and seventeen (17!) premieres of new and returning series.
The list of Euro TV shows making their way to the US continues to grow, so get your binge on this month with these nine program premieres from Belgium, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, The Netherlands, Spain, and Switzerland.
It’s a big week in Euro TV premieres for stateside fans, including a prequel series of sorts to a mystery drama from Sweden, the second season of a hit crime drama from Italy, and a new period drama from Spain.
Netflix is on a roll with its international programs under the Netflix Original banner, including Euro TV series that are premiering in the next two to eight weeks.
Euro TV fans who’ve been enjoying the period dramas from Spain on Netflix are in for another treat, as the streaming giant is bringing a new one to subscribers.
Fans of international and Euro TV shows, rejoice. Walter Presents has launched in Britain and is now streaming Czech, Danish, French, German, and Spanish-language programs.
Seldom does one get to watch a Shakespeare play performed in a language other than English in the UK and US, but you can at Globe Player. And not just a single play, but several.