It’s been announced when the new season Vienna Blood will debut in the US!
The third season of Vienna Blood finds Matthew Beard (The Imitation Game) and Austrian actor Juergen Maurer back as English doctor Max Liebermann and Detective Inspector Oskar Rheinhardt, solving more of Vienna’s most mysterious and deadly cases.
The official synopsis reads: “Now a published author in the field of criminal psychopathy, Max has finally moved out of his parents’ house and into a plush apartment of his own. And bolstered by his successful investigations with Max, Oskar’s star is on the rise in the department and — for the first time in a long time — he seems open to letting someone into his life.”
When’s the US release date?
All three feature-length episodes of Season 3 will be available to watch on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel from Sunday 8th January 2023.
The PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel costs $5.99 per month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription, and you can sign up for a free 7-day trial here!
Season 3’s new mysteries will also be airing on PBS at 10pm ET on Sunday nights from 8th January through to 12th February, with each story airing in two parts.
Executive producers Oliver Auspitz and Andreas Kamm commented: “It’s always amazing to produce such a successful series. What is added to Vienna Blood is the unique atmosphere that builds up over the seasons and is always spiced up with new thrilling cases.
“Under Robert Dornhelm’s direction, our outstanding cast once again draws us into the Vienna at the turn of the century, with all of its glamour and dark sides.”
Also coming soon on the PBS Masterpiece Prime Video Channel is the latest season of Danish period drama Seaside Hotel.
All five episodes of Season 9 will be available to watch from Friday 13th January 2023.
The official synopsis for the new season of Seaside Hotel reads: “Four years have passed and it is now May 1945. Denmark is free from German occupation and Amanda is now a single mother.
“She has decided to return to the hotel with her young daughter, which has been dramatically changed by the German soldiers that lived there during the war. But after five busy weeks, the doors can finally reopen to the hotel’s regulars, however some are unable to put the occupation behind them.
“In the midst of it all, Mrs. Fjelds arrives with her Swedish granddaughter, the adorable 16-year-old Sarah, who has never been told that her real father is Edward Weyse.”
Vienna Blood is available on DVD on Amazon.