TNT is hoping to demonstrate that German dramas don’t have to delve into the country’s past to attract international audiences. Its show “4 Blocks,” which
begins rolling out worldwide Oct. 4 on Amazon Prime Video, focuses on an Arab-German crime ring in present-day Berlin. “The Valley,” a mystery thriller, has been picked up by Shudder, the niche streaming service run by AMC Networks. “What we’re seeing now is the variety of German dramas,” says Hannes Heyelmann, Turner’s senior VP for international original programming strategy. “It’s not just one genre we can cover.”
The very best spy shows on television, ranked from best to worst, including British spy TV shows and series. This list of the greatest spy shows also includes pictures from the shows when available. Popular spy TV shows have been a staple of television for years, so there's often debate about what the most entertaining spy show of all time is. Do you prefer newer American spy shows, or classic British spy series? Don't let your favorite spy television programs in history fall to the bottom of the list - be sure to vote them up so they have the chance to reach the top spot. The list of spy television shows below includes information like the program's cast, creator, and premiere date when available.
The “broadcast with the mouse” is one the most successful German children TV series of all times. Aired since 1971 every Sunday at 11:30 on the ARD channel, this TV series features stories which are both entertaining and informative (Lach- und Sachgeschichten). Curiously, the average viewer age is around 40, since parents are often watching this series together with their children, not only for supervising reasons, mind you, but because some of their stories (especially the explainer ones, some of which have gained cult status on the internet) are simply too good to miss.