One of the most successful French dramas, A French Village, makes its stateside premiere this evening. A must-watch? Sans doute, absolument.
Allons-y! No, not across time and space (Doctor Who returns later this year), but to Kabul, Afghanistan, the setting for the hit French comedy, Kaboul Kitchen.
Commissario Brunetti. This terrific German series with the titular Italian lead character is being re-aired on American telly starting this weekend. Fantastisch!
Agent. Operative. Spook. Call him what you want, but Swedish super-spy Carl Hamilton is back on telly, this time in the Mikael Håfström-directed Vendetta.
Stateside Euro TV fans are in for a treat with Look of a Killer, a Nordic noir crime drama from Finland that makes its US premiere this evening.
Get ready for some serious action, my Euro TV friends, because Torpedo, a four-part miniseries from award-winning director, Trygve Allister Diesen, is going to blow you away.
As an über-fan of Scandinavian dramas, I hoped Unni Lindell: The Cato Isaksen Mysteries would be as awesome as, say, Wallander. Well, it isn’t.
Germany’s long-running (45 years and counting) crime drama series, Tatort, is returning to the US, this time with a pair of detectives who operate in the city of Cologne.
Peter Haber returned to telly in an oldie-but-goody episode of Beck this past Sunday, and starting tonight, viewers in the US can see him in the spy thriller, Enemy’s Enemy.
Murder, money, and humorous mayhem make for great viewing (and alliteration) when the offbeat Norwegian miniseries, Good Night Darling, makes its US premiere tomorrow.
Hans and Franz pumped us up on Saturday Night Live, but starting this Friday, it’s a German crime-fighting duo that brings heart-thumping action to viewers in the US: Bukow and König.
Euro TV fans, get ready to get your laugh on when the popular and award-winning German comedy, Crime Scene Cleaner, debuts in the US next week.