June brings twenty five Euro TV titles to US streaming services, digital channels, and public TV stations. So much to watch, so little time, amiright?
Bad Banks is utterly fabulous, so I recommend making time to binge-watch this multilingual German thriller over the upcoming three-day weekend, if not sooner.
He smokes weed, hurls f-bombs left and right, and has criminals as his closest friends. He is the titular Italian police inspector in the mystery-crime drama series Rocco Schiavone.
Icelandic legal drama The Court premiered in the US yesterday, and if you’re like me, you’ll binge-watch all six episodes, too.
May brings sixteen new and returning Euro TV series to the US, as well as two that are added to programming schedules. Let the bingeing begin!
Another pick for this year’s best new Euro TV series is Fallet, the hilarious spoof of Scandinoir crime dramas and a proper murder mystery to boot.
An extramarital affair is just the tip of the iceberg in The Adulterer, the addictive thriller series from the Netherlands that’s my pick for your weekend binge-watching.
On the heels of its announcement a few days ago about its subscriber growth, Netflix revealed several new Euro TV titles headed to the streaming behemoth.
Good and Evil, a dark and gritty crime drama from Italy, has been available in the US for a while, and if you haven’t seen it yet, it’s worth a watch.
The worlds of newspaper publishing, politics, and business collide in the drama The Paper, the first television series from Croatia to screen on Netflix.