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.
Unless a soothsayer tells you “Beware the Ides of March,” it’s likely you’re not in any danger, but you might want to stay home anyway for the premiere of the final season of The Bridge.
If you’ve seen the terrific British sci-fi thriller series Humans, you owe it to yourself to watch the original Swedish version on which it’s based: Real Humans.
Hulu will soon be the exclusive SVOD home for three new Euro TV series from Denmark, France, and Sweden in the US.
Infieles, an addictive drama-comedy along the lines of the hit HBO series and ABC’s Desperate Housewives, is well worth watching. Binge-watching, even.
If you haven’t already binge-watched Umbre, the dark, intense, must-watch drama from Romania, now you can, without a streaming subscription.
Ben dis donc, look what Hulu just added to its library. The English-language crime drama, Jo, starring French mega movie star Jean Reno.
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
Bienvenue à Pigalle, home to the Moulin Rouge and infamous red-light district in Paris. And welcome to Pigalle, La Nuit, the French drama in which the erotic couples with the sinister, and one man’s search for a missing person takes
Corpse discovered, check. Troubled detective, check. Nordic noir, not so much. In the Sweden of The Sandhamn Murders (Morden I Sandhamn), the sky is sunny and blue and the waters of the archipelago are warm and inviting while killers are