Like free, Tubi is one of the best four-letter words in the English language, at least for stateside fans of Euro and international TV shows.
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.
March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. Or not. What is certain is that some of the most highly-anticipated Euro TV shows premiere on telly this month.
Last year was a banner one for Euro TV programs in the UK and US, with the return of several international hits and the premieres of many brand new shows that rocked.
Now that Season 3 of The Bridge has completed its run in the Nordic countries, curious minds want to know, “Will there be a fourth season?”
The 2015 C21 Drama Awards Show was held last night at BFI in London, and the big foreign-language Euro TV winners were The Bridge and Deutschland 83.
The wait is just about over. Just shy of a two-year absence from our screens, the third series of The Bridge is finally making its premiere in the UK this weekend.
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.
The international hit Nordic noir crime drama, The Bridge, is set to premiere this weekend, and fans of the show have more than murder to look forward to: Bob Dylan.
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.
Theme songs. The best ones don’t just remind you of favorite shows, but also evoke and leave you with something more than just your playing them over and over in your head.