Who says appointment viewing on linear TV is dead? Perhaps it is for some programs, but Scandinavians tuned in in record numbers for the openers of The Bridge and Occupied.
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.)
Swedish public broadcaster SVT has released a new, longer trailer and cast photo for The Bridge III, as well as a few details about the storyline.
What a fantastiskt way to start the week! The first trailer for the upcoming third season of the hit Swedish/Danish crime drama, The Bridge (Bron/Broen), has been released!
We’ve said farewell to a fabulous year of European television programs, so let’s take a look at the titles whose debuts in 2014 made a lasting impression on us, before diving into what we hope will be another year of
Technically, that should be returning to Hulu, since Season 2 of The Bridge had screened earlier this year for a limited time on Hulu Plus. But both subscribers and non-subscribers alike will soon be able to see the next riveting story of the
There’s another remake of a hit Scandinavian television program coming, so now is as good a time as any to take a look at the remakes of Nordic noir and Euro TV shows that have come and gone, plus those
Original-language international series will continue to lead Saturday evening programming on BBC Four, as the BBC’s arts and alternative-to-mainstream entertainment channel will be bringing more Euro TV dramas to UK viewers.
Kim Bodnia, one half of the acting pair that brought one of the most intriguing crime-fighting duos to telly — that of Swedish detective Saga Norén and Danish detective Martin Rohde of the hit crime thriller The Bridge (Broen/Bron) —