We’re enjoying Danish drama Dicte over on More4 at the moment, and if The Killing hadn’t happened Dicte surely would have been Denmark’s representative in this tournament. Alas, it’s the wily old favourite, The Killing, that’s here and currently doing very well. It has already qualified for the quarter-final, but will be wanting to put on a show for its fans in its final group game, against winless Falcón.
It’s time to check in with two teams yet to make an appearance in the Euro 2016 Of Crime Drama – from the Czech Republic, The Lens, and, from Spain, Falcón. Let’s be brutally honest here: these two aren’t expected to go beyond the group stages but, as we saw from yesterday’s fixture between Inspector Montalbano and Salamander, unfancied teams can and do produce some close match-ups.