UNDERRATED: The imports

As technology keeps shrinking our world, now we can catch many shows from beyond our borders long before relying on U.S. networks to adapt them — and possibly screw them up. With LinkTV now on KCET, there's a chance for <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO00000022" title="Denmark" href="/topic/international/denmark-PLGEO00000022.topic">Denmark's</a> "Borgen" to continue its rise as a third season approaches and the hits keep coming from Britain with "The Hour" (pictured), "Luther" and the addictive <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ENTTV00001026" title="Downton Abbey (tv program)" href="/topic/entertainment/television/downton-abbey-%28tv-program%29-ENTTV00001026.topic">"Downton Abbey."</a>

( AP / December 14, 2013 )

As technology keeps shrinking our world, now we can catch many shows from beyond our borders long before relying on U.S. networks to adapt them — and possibly screw them up. With LinkTV now on KCET, there's a chance for Denmark's "Borgen" to continue its rise as a third season approaches and the hits keep coming from Britain with "The Hour" (pictured), "Luther" and the addictive "Downton Abbey."

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