The Snow Girl, a new Spanish murder thriller series from Netflix, has debuted a teaser trailer, continuing the trend of best-selling books being adapted for television.
The Three Wise Men parade is being celebrated in 2010 in Malaga in the series, which is based on Javier Castillo’s writing.
Amaya Martin’s family faces a harsh reality despite it being the most wonderful time of the year due to the celebrations when she disappears among the crowd.
We’ve compiled a list of 10 shows that are similar to The Snow Girl; however, there are many more.
10 Series Like The Snow Girl You Must See!!!
Message from the King (2016)
The 2016 revenge-action-thriller movie Message from the King was directed by Fabrice Du Welz and written by Stephen Cornwell and Oliver Butcher.
The plot of the sophisticated neo-noir Message From the King centers around a mystery-muscled South African who searches the sleazy and high-glam areas of Los Angeles for his sister.
Love Letter (1995)
Miho Nakayama plays the lead role in Shunji Iwai’s 1995 Japanese film Love Letter. Love Letter was one of the first Japanese movies to be screened in theatres after World War II in South Korea, where it eventually had box office success. Love Letter first gained popularity in Japan before expanding to other East Asian nations.
In the plot, even though years have gone by, Hiroko Watanabe (Miho Nakayama) is still mourning the loss of her fiancé, who passed away unexpectedly while mountain climbing.
Hiroko is astonished to receive a letter in response when she writes to her departed lover’s childhood address in the heat of a moment.
The 2016 drama film Frantz, which also features Paula Beer and Pierre Niney, was written, produced, and directed by François Ozon.
A young German woman whose fiancé was murdered in World War I is the subject of the story, along with the French soldier who shows up with information about her fiancé.
Beer earned the Marcello Mastroianni Award at the 73rd Venice International Film Festival, where it was chosen to compete for the Golden Lion.
Northern Rescue, Netflix (2019)
The drama television series Northern Rescue is a production of Don Carmody Television (DCTV) in Canada. The series is distributed by CBC Television in Canada and can be viewed abroad on Netflix.
William Baldwin plays the role of a search and rescue commander who, following the death of his wife, moves from Boston with his three children to live with his sister-in-law in the fictitious little town of Turtle Island Bay, Ontario, where he grew up.
The community is based on the real-life location of the author’s childhood home.
Paris Memories (2022)
Paris Memories, also known in its native language as Revoir Paris, is a drama film that was produced in France in 2022 and directed by Alice Winocour.
Virginie Efira plays Mia, a woman dealing with the psychological fallout of surviving a terrorist attack in Paris several months ago.
At the Cannes Film Festival in 2022, the movie had its world premiere during Directors’ Fortnight. The Toronto International Film Festival 2022 hosted its North American premiere.
The Seventh Victim (1943)
The main character of the movie is a young woman who, while looking for her sister who has vanished, discovers an underground sect of devil worshipers in Greenwich Village, New York City.
Hunter played his first on-screen role, and it was Robson’s first time directing.
Night of the Sicario (2021)
Taylor is threatened by violent sicarios who are trying to track down the little daughter of a Colombian woman in witness protection who will testify against a prominent drug gang in Federal Court.
I Come with the Rain (2009)
Kline, a private investigator who two years ago killed serial killer Hasford in the line of duty, is constantly frustrated by memories of his former life.
American actor Josh Hartnett stars in I Come with the Rain, a neo-noir thriller from 2009 written and directed by Vietnamese-born French filmmaker Tran Anh Hung.
The Stranger on the Bridge (2015)
Sam Forsdike and Richard Bentley of Postcard Productions produced and directed the 2015 documentary The Stranger on the Bridge.
It is an adaption of Finding Mike, a 2014 charity promotional video produced by Rethink Mental Illness.
The documentary follows 26-year-old Jonny Benjamin as he seeks out the person who stopped him from jumping from London’s Waterloo Bridge to end his life in 2008.
An American television program called Angel is a riff on the supernatural drama Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
The series was made by David Greenwalt and Joss Whedon, who also wrote and directed the Buffy television series.
In the show, Angel, a vampire whose human soul was returned to him by a Romani curse as retribution for the killing of one of their own, describes his continuous struggles.