Best Collection Of TV Shows About Eastern Europe

Here, are the list of best eastern europe shows as below: Silence, Michael Palin's New Europe, Human Trafficking, La Foi du siècle, .

TV Shows About Eastern Europe

Silence (2021)

Silence TV Shows About Eastern Europe
Genre: Mystery  Drama  Crime 
Release Year: 2021
Current Status: Returning Series
Country: Croatia
Total Seasons / Episodes: 1 / 6

Story Line Of Silence:

Dramatic events unfold in Croatia and Ukraine. The first girl drowned, the second one died from a drug overdose. The main suspect in these deaths, however, soon turns out to be innocent - and dead too. While detective Vladimir and reporter Stribor struggle to solve these murders in Croatia, the niece of Olga, an Ukrainian philanthropist, goes missing in Kyiv.

OTT Platforms for Silence are HRTi, HBO Max

Michael Palin's New Europe (2007)

Michael Palin's New Europe TV Shows About Eastern Europe
Genre: Documentary 
Release Year: 2007
Current Status: Ended
Country: United Kingdom
Total Seasons / Episodes: 1 / 7

Story Line Of Michael Palin's New Europe:

Michael Palin explores European countries that were once behind the Iron Curtain.

OTT Platforms for Michael Palin's New Europe are BritBox, BritBox Amazon Channel Apple iTunes, Amazon Video.

Human Trafficking (2005)

Human Trafficking TV Shows About Eastern Europe
Genre: Drama  Crime  Mystery 
Release Year: 2005
Current Status: Ended
Country: Canada
Total Seasons / Episodes: 1 / 2

Story Line Of Human Trafficking:

The story of an American Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent going undercover to stop an organization from trafficking people, and the struggles of three trafficked women.

OTT Platforms for Human Trafficking are Amazon Prime Video Apple iTunes.

La Foi du siècle (1999)

La Foi du siècle TV Shows About Eastern Europe
Genre: Documentary  War & Politics 
Release Year: 1999
Current Status: Ended
Country: France
Total Seasons / Episodes: 1 / 4

Story Line Of La Foi du siècle:

Communism spread to all of the continents of the word, lasting through four generations and over seven decades. Hundreds of millions of men and women were affected by this political system, one of the most unjust and bloodiest in history. Using newly discovered propaganda films and archival photos, these four episodes explore the mysteries of this totalitarian political machine that lured its share of important followers into the fold. Known as the red church, communism seduced its ardent followers like some earthly religion.