Recent French adaptations of non-“Maigret” works by Belgian author Georges Simenon are on their way to American telly. Ain’t life fantastique!
Good news, stateside Nordic noir fans. That taste we had of the Swedish crime drama series Camilla Läckberg’s Fjällbacka Murders earlier this year is about to be a five-course treat.
Euro TV fans, the long-awaited US premiere of the critically-acclaimed and audience favorite drama, The Legacy, is nearly over. Juhuu!
Following up on yesterday’s post regarding the last you’ll see of Maigret on broadcast telly, you have your final opportunity to watch the Italian noir mystery series, Fog and Crimes, on MHz Worldview starting tonight.
Ben dis donc! As MHz Networks transitions its International Mystery programs from broadcast telly to MHz Choice, its new SVoD service, it’s giving US-based Euro TV fans a few final evenings with Maigret.
For stateside viewers who missed any of the new Euro TV shows that recently premiered, you have another chance to watch them before they leave the airwaves for MHz Choice.
There’s Paris, the City of Light. And there’s Paris, the final new international drama to premiere on MHz Networks’ Worldview channel.
The seventh of nine new programs to premiere in advance of the launch of the new MHz Choice SVoD service is Codename Hunter, a taut ensemble-cast action drama from Norway.
A quirky Swedish drama comes to American telly during MHz Networks’ premiere week. It’s Talisman, starring Guldbagge Awards nominee Per Graffman.
Swoon if you must (I have already), because Mikael Persbrandt stars in the Swedish thriller, Medicine Man, which makes its US debut as part of MHz Network’s premiere week.