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    Default New season air dates

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    Just noticed that the third season of Dark is out.

    I assume nobody watched the first two seasons as it is in German and therefore I never mentioned it before.
    However I noticed that I have season 1 in dual language and saw that season 3 can be downloaded somewhere in English so I assume it can now be watched on Netflix with English audio. Not sure how much is lost in translation.
    I give this show a 10 out of 10.

    If you like a big confusing chaos caused by messing around with time travel then watch this.
    Don't be put off by the first episode. I found the first a bit slow and boring(like a drama show) but the people were so intriguingly unfriendly and the cinematic 'darkness' of this place in Germany kept me going. From the third episode the story starts to kick in and then it goes exponentially.
    They compare it with Stranger things but I think Stranger Things is a kid show compared to this.
    I didn't really have too any problem with the multiple (age related) versions of the characters but this Wiki might help with all the time lines and worlds if required:


    Binge watching is recommended to keep on track, one a day works well after getting past the 'boring' first two episodes that are still required to understand the characters.
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    Default Luther - All series (1 to 7 incl.)

    All 5 series (20 episodes) of the British psychological crime series, Luther (description at , are available for download using the get_iplayer application.

    It stars Idris Elba as DCI John Luther and is well worth watching.

    If you don't know what get_iplayer is and how to use it, ask a SEARCH engine.

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    I didn't mind that series it was quite good,

    Just finished watching series 2 of Hanna, not to bad a show

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    Quote Originally Posted by tristen View Post
    Luther
    The gritty and captivating fifth season of Luther starts on SBS Wednesday 29 July at 9:30pm. In case you missed the previous 4 seasons - or you just need a refresher before the new season starts, SBS is going back to the beginning with seasons 1 - 4 in late-night slots, in the lead-up to season 5. If late night doesn't work for you, never fear. The episodes will also be available for catch-up at SBS On Demand after broadcast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by efab View Post
    I didn't mind that series it was quite good,

    Just finished watching series 2 of Hanna, not to bad a show
    +1 on this.

    Currently watching ,..it started off a bit slow but has picked up after ep3.

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    yeah seen that and thought the same, Not bad in the end

    just started watching S3 of absentia

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    Default The Missing

    First aired by the BBC in 2014, the first of the series is the story of a of a five-year-old boy's disappearance in France, and the subsequent attempt to locate him.

    The parts of boy's parents are played by James Nesbitt and Frances O'Connor.

    The second series, similar in content, concerns the disappearance of a young girl in Germany.

    In both series, the disappearances are investigated by the French detective, Julien Baptiste, played by
    Tchéky Karyo.

    Both series received very positive reviews, with critics praising the cast, especially Tchéky Karyo's performance, and also the storytelling.

    More detail at and also at the BBC website at .

    The series can be downloaded from the BBC website by using get_iplayer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tristen View Post
    First aired by the BBC in 2014, the first of the series is the story of a of a five-year-old boy's disappearance in France, and the subsequent attempt to locate him.

    The parts of boy's parents are played by James Nesbitt and Frances O'Connor.

    The second series, similar in content, concerns the disappearance of a young girl in Germany.

    In both series, the disappearances are investigated by the French detective, Julien Baptiste, played by
    Tchéky Karyo.

    Both series received very positive reviews, with critics praising the cast, especially Tchéky Karyo's performance, and also the storytelling.

    More detail at and also at the BBC website at .

    The series can be downloaded from the BBC website by using get_iplayer.
    Yes, both good series, I enjoyed them. And recently the series "Baptiste" airing on ABC.

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    In my opinion, British crime stores are hard to beat, but European crime is in a class of its own.

    Here's a short list of European television crime series that are well worth watching, provided you don't mind the use of sub-titles (and in some cases don't mind searching for them by using a SEARCH engine to locate subtitles websites).

    Recommended European TV Programs (copied from another site three years ago- I forget which one).
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    Edderkoppen (The Spider)

    Camilla Läckberg (The Jinx, The Preacher, The Stonecutter); Arne Dahl series; Beck series; Wallander series; The Killing; Those Who Kill; Borgen; The Bridge; Den Fordömden; Sebastian Bergman 1 + 2; The Protectors; Edderkoppen; Snabba Cash; Maria Wern series; Annika Bengtzon series; Irene Hüss series; Head Hunters; Varg Veum; Van Veeteren; The Hypnotist.

    TEAM 1; Morden; False Trail; Millennium; Anklaget, etc

    Irene Huss

    Irene Huss


    Maria Wern


    Beck


    Mikael Persbrandt
    in Hamilton 1


    in Hamilton 2


    (Check out Persbrandt in Hypnotist also)

    Van Veteeren


    Swedish: The Sandhamn Murders
    Danish: Department Q”trilogy

    Swedish: 30 Degrees in February
    Norwegian: The Heavy Water Wars

    The Girl who kicked the Hornets Nest

    English hardcoded subs however this should help me thinks:







    – DICTE
    – VERDICT REVISED (oskyldigt dömd; season 1: 2011; season 2: 2012)
    – JOHAN FALK (season 3: 10-15)
    – COMMISSARIS ISAKSEN
    – HAMILTON

    • Äkta männeskor (Real Humans)
    • Anno 1790
    • Annika Bengtzon: Crime Reporter
    • Arne Dahl
    • Beck
    • Borgen
    • Bron / Broen (The Bridge)
    • Forbrydelsen (The Killing)
    • Lilyhammer
    • Ørnen: En krimi-odyssé (The Eagle: A Crime Odyssey)
    • Rejseholdet (Unit One)
    • Sebastian Bergman
    • The Tunnel
    • Van Veeteren
    • Varg Veum
    • Vikings
    • Wallender (both Krister Hendrikson and Kenneth Branagh series)

    Swedish crime drama set in 1950s

    Also worth checking out:
    Rita (available on Netflix in many countries)
    Dag (funny Norwegian comedy) — hard to find — a few here w/ eng. subs
    Dicte (season 1) very hard to find with english subtitles — check Netflix
    Sandhamm Murders (with Jakob Cedergren from Those who Kill) — not as good as the other sabove.

    A few Icelandic series worth tryng to find:
    Pressa
    Reporters

    This search engines searches Netflix in All regions — could be of use


    The murders in Fjellbacka (swedish serie, this is really good!)
    Those who kill (danish serie, loved this one)
    Van Veeteren
    The murders in Sandhamn
    Johan Falk (love it! I think they are making another movie now, which is great news!)
    Maria Wern
    Irene Huss
    The girl with the dragon tattoo
    Rita (a danish tv serie- not crime, but very entertaining and good!)
    Varg Veum (norwegian crime serie)
    Mammon (norwegian crime serie)
    Eyewitness (Originally Øyevitne, a norwegian crime serie, very good, but might be hard to find in other countries?)
    Black money, white lies (another norwegian serie, and one of my biggest favourites when it comes to police/crime drama.. such a great show, great acting, and a great story. The guy who plays Varg Veum is the policeman in this serie)
    The movies based on Unni Lindell's books
    Hypnotisøren (Keppler)

    The Sandhamm Murders

    The Legacy

    THE FJÄLLBACKA MURDERS

    Mordene i Sandhamn (5 seasons)

    Edderkoppen (The Spider) a fictional story about a journalist unravelling the truth behind the black market rackets in Copenhagen after the war.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guiseppe View Post
    The gritty and captivating fifth season of Luther starts on SBS Wednesday 29 July at 9:30pm. In case you missed the previous 4 seasons - or you just need a refresher before the new season starts, SBS is going back to the beginning with seasons 1 - 4 in late-night slots, in the lead-up to season 5. If late night doesn't work for you, never fear. The episodes will also be available for catch-up at SBS On Demand after broadcast.
    Thanks, managed to series link the first 4 seasons on SBS.
    Noticed SBS starts S5 on 29th, as you say, however BBCFirst on Ftel are showing complete S5 all 4 episodes back to back on Fri 31st from Midday

    Watched the first 2 episodes of S1 today, excellent show, I'm hooked.
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    I have just remembered a BBC series, which I found really captivating, when it was first released several years ago.

    The crime drama, Line of Duty, concerns the investigations of AC-12, a controversial police anti-corruption unit.

    There are 29 episodes in total across 5 series.

    It is currently being rebroadcast by the BBC and is available for watching via the BBC iPlayer app. (or save to your PC for storage or viewing later by using get_iplayer available from github.com).

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    "Elementary" at the moment.
    I'm out of my mind, but feel free to leave a message...

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