It’s just about time to head back to the hinterlands of Iceland, as the second season of Trapped debuts in the US tomorrow.
July brings stateside Euro TV fans the premieres of eleven new and returning series, including the highly-anticipated new seasons of several titles.
The short answer: We hope so.
Some of the best international TV shows on the planet premiered in the US and UK last year, and the ones I thought were fabulous are numerous.
If you haven’t visited Iceland, put this amazing country on your bucket list. And if you haven’t seen Trapped, put this excellent Icelandic crime drama on your binge-watch list.
Mother Nature meets Nordic noir in Trapped, the ratings-busting Icelandic thriller that is set for its highly-anticipated UK premiere on BBC Four this weekend.
The 39th Göteborg Film Festival kicked off yesterday, and today begins its first-ever TV Drama program, which features seven titles, three of which have their world premieres.
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 international Camerimage Festival adds a TV component for the first time ever at this year’s competition, and four Euro TV pilots are up for the coveted Golden Frog.
The 2015 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) presents the world premiere of the new Icelandic man-vs-man-vs-nature thriller Trapped.
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.