Eurovision: Netflix Release Date, Plot, Cast & Trailer

The Eurovision Song Contest

Will Ferrell is at again and this time he’s bringing his brand of comedy to Netflix. Taking his comedic lense over to Europe, this time its the Eurovision Song Contest receiving the parody treatment. We’ll be keeping track of all the information you need to know on Eurovision including the plot, cast, trailer, and Netflix release date.

Eurovision is an upcoming Netflix Original comedy film written by, produced by and also starring Will Ferrel. Directing duties have been left to David Dobkin whose most well-known work is directing Shanghai Knights, Wedding Crashers, and Fred Clause.


What is the plot of Eurovision?

The following synopsis has been provided by Netflix:

Aspiring Icelandic musicians Lars Erickssong and Sigrit Ericksdottir’s journey as they are given the once-in-a-lifetime chance to represent their country at the world’s biggest song competition.


Who is in the cast of Eurovision?

The following cast members have been confirmed to star in Eurovision:

RoleCast MemberWhere Have I Seen/Heard Them Before?
Sigrit EricksdottirRachel McAdamsThe Notebook | Mean Girls | Red Eye
Lars ErickssongWill FerrellAnchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy | Blades of Glory | Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby
Alexander LemtovDan StevensLegion | Apostle | Downton Abbey
Erick ErickssongPierce BrosnanGoldenEye | Mamma Mia | The World Is Not Enough
JohansJóhannes Haukur JóhannessonTau | The Innocents | Game of Thrones
KatianaDemi LovatoCamp Rock | Sonny with a Chance | Princess Protection Program
NinaNatasia DemetriouWhat We Do in the Shadows | Stath Lets Flats | The Festival
TBABjörn Hlynur HaraldssonHomecoming | You’re Killing Me Susana | The Borgias
TBANína Dögg FilippusdóttirFangar | Children | King’s Road
Janus SkoeneJulian MillerSpy | Le Mans ’66 | Silent Witness

Latest Casting News

Four Lions actor Mark Garvey has also been cast but in an unconfirmed role!


Will Eurovision be politically correct?

Where would the fun in that be? We’re expecting to see plenty of caricatures and stereotypes of the different European nations. it is a Will Ferrell film after all so anything other would definitely subvert expectation.


What is the production status of Eurovision?

Production Status: Filming (Last Updated: 22/08/2019)

It has been confirmed that filming has begun on Will Ferrel’s first Netflix Original.

The first round of shooting began in May 2019, but this was for resource material while the Eurovision Song Contest was ongoing in Tel Aviv.


Are there any images or stills for Eurovision?

We’re still in the early days of production so there isn’t any images or stills for Eurovision.


What is the run time of Eurovision?

The run time of Eurovision has yet to be confirmed.

Will Eurovision be available to stream in 4K?

It’s becoming common practice that the latest Netflix Originals be shot in 4K. Eurovision should be available to stream in 4K upon release.


Has Netflix released a trailer?

Netflix is yet to release a trailer for Eurovision and we aren’t expecting to see one for quite some time.

If you’ve never seen the Eurovision Song Contest check out the highlights below. Hopefully, that’ll give you an idea on what to expect from Will Ferrell’s parody of the famous European competition.


When is Eurovision coming to Netflix?

An official release date for Eurovision has yet to be announced.

Our prediction is that Eurovision will be coming to Netflix during the run-up to the real Eurovision song contest in May 2020.

Potential Release Date: May 2020

Will Eurovision be available to all Netflix subscribers?

The film has been acknowledged as a global original, therefore, all regions with Netflix will be available to stream Eurovision.

What time will Eurovision be available to stream?

The following timetable is what time Eurovision is available to stream in your region:

Time ZoneTime available to stream
Pacific Standard Time12:00 AM
Mountain Standard Time1:00 AM
Central Standard Time2:00 AM
Eastern Standard Time3:00 AM
British Summer Time8:00 AM
Central European Time9:00 AM
Eastern European Time10:00 AM
India Standard Time12:30 PM
Japan Standard Time16:00 PM
Australian Eastern Time18:00 PM
New Zealand Day Light Time20:00 PM

For anyone confused why you’ll not be able to stream Eurovision from midnight in your region, this is because Netflix releases all of their titles at PST (Pacific Standard Time). So for fans in New Zealand that are 20 hours ahead of the PST, you don’t receive titles until late in the evening.


Are you looking forward to the release of Eurovision? Let us know in the comments below.