If you’re a fan of romantic period dramas, then you’ll want to check out the period dramas coming to Acorn TV this October. Cloudstreet, a period drama starring Essie Davis of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. The Camomile Lawn with stars such as Jennifer Ehle and Toby Stephens. And Sword of Honour starring a young Daniel Craig.
However, if you’re looking for an unabashedly romantic show, there are many premieres coming to Dramafever and Viki. Most notably, Terius Behind Me starring K-Drama standout So Ji-sub on Dramafever. And Where Stars Land on Viki.
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So, let’s take a look at the best international romances to watch in October 2018 on streaming, each with a link leading to more information. I’ve organized by streaming site with titles listed in alphabetical order.
(NOTE: We typically aim to share less explicit content that has PG-13 “like” content and below minus a few exceptions for artistic merit and/or genre interest. If a program is Rated R or TV-M, we will let you know why.)
The Best International Romances to Watch in October
(Acorn TV, Dramafever, Viki)
- 800 Words Series 3 finale (October 3)
- A Place to Call Home, Series finale (October 29)
- The Camomile Lawn (October 1) Period Drama with an all-star cast including a young Jennifer Ehle (Pride and Prejudice). (NR- Content Unclear)
- Cloudstreet (October 29) (NR- Content Unclear)
- Sword of Honour (October 8) (NR- Content Unclear)
DRAMAFEVER (ASIAN DRAMAS)
- Ping Pong Ball
- Terius Behind Me (Stars So Ji-sub)
- The Third Charm
- Two Lives One Heart (Premieres October 4)
VIKI (ASIAN DRAMAS)
- All Out of Love
- The Ghost Detective
- My Healing Love (October 14)
- Room No. 9 (October 6)
- The Smile Has Left Your Eyes (October 3)
- Twelve Knights (October 5)
- When Time Stopped (October 24)
- Where Stars Land (October 1)
What do you plan to check out on Acorn TV, Dramafever, or Viki this month? Let me know in the comments!
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