Modus, the crime thriller that scored big with Swedish viewers when it premiered last September, is headed across the fjords to BBC Four in the UK.
With the temperature expected to drop into the negative double digits across the UK this weekend, it’s the perfect time for Britons to cozy up with some Euro TV on BBC Four.
The wait is just about over. Just shy of a two-year absence from our screens, the third series of The Bridge is finally making its premiere in the UK this weekend.
TGIF. For more reasons than the weekend. Such as the Season 2 premieres of Swedish crime drama Arne Dahl and French supernatural drama The Returned in the UK.
BBC Four is bringing some of the most highly-anticipated new Euro TV series to the UK. (No worries, US viewers; chances are better than good that you’ll get these shows, too.)
New Nordic drama Trapped is one of those series that makes you long for, say, a tropical island, where ice is found in exotic cocktails and blizzards don’t occur. Ever.
BBC Four has announced that the public broadcast channel acquired DR’s Follow the Money, a new thriller set in the world of economic crime.
Slow TV. It is what it says it is. Slow. But this concept, made famous in the Nordic countries by Norway’s NRK, is also the new wave of reality TV, one without housewives, judges, or sex boxes. And it’s about
Canal+ debuted the fifth thrilling season of the mega-hit French crime drama, Spiral (Engrenages) in November, and this weekend BBC Four brings it to viewers in the UK.
Not every Swedish crime drama is of the noir variety, so if you’re looking for shades of Wallander or The Bridge in the mystery series Crimes of Passion, you won’t find them. What you get, though, is a good old-fashioned