Norskov Season 2 Begins Filming Next Month

TV2 have confirmed that funding is now in place for a second season of Norskov, which begins filming March 28th and is expected to air this autumn. In Norskov, we follow police officer Tom Noack (Thomas Levin) who returns to the city he left almost 20 years ago to clean up the streets from drugs. The city is raw and unsentimental, and the financial crisis has left its mark, but there is still a lot of community spirit and empowerment. In season

Norskov Picked Up By Walter Presents For The UK

Danish crime drama Norskov, which set a record for TV2’s online platform, has been picked up by Walter Presents for its UK based foreign language drama strand. It has not been announced whether it will be broadcast on Channel 4 or More4, or whether it will be available on demand only. Norskov is a police drama that takes place in an industrial city in northern Denmark. The city is raw and unsentimental, and the financial crisis has left its mark, but

Norskov Sets Record High On Demand

Norskov, created by Dunja Gry Jensen (Taxa) for SF Film Production and TV2, premiered this week to 662,000 viewers for a 33% share. An extra 85,000 people watched it on TV2 Play - a record high for TV2’s online platform. Norskov is a police drama that takes place in an industrial city in northern Denmark. The series follows policeman Tom Noack, who returns to the town he grew up in and left almost 20 years ago. Here he is quickly forced

Those Who Kill Set For Reboot On Viaplay

Those Who Kill (Den som dræber), which originally aired on TV2 Denmark in 2011, is set for a reboot on Viaplay and TV3 with a fresh take that includes a brand new cast and narrative structure, directed by Carsten Myllerup (Black Widows). Based on an original idea by Elsebeth Egholm, the first season originally aired as five two-part stories and concluded with the feature film Fortidens skygge. However, season two will be a single continuous crime story across eight episodes that

Nine Robert Awards For Dominant Winter Brothers

During a gala ceremony hosted by Paprika Steen (Below The Surface) at the Tivoli Hotel & Congress Centre in Copenhagen on Sunday, the Danish Film Academy revealed the winners of this year's Robert Awards (Robertprisen). Winter Brothers (Vinterbrødre), which won awards at the CPH PIX and Locarno film festivals last year, swept the board with nine wins, including Best Film, Best Director for Hlynur Pálmason, Best Actor for Elliott Crosset Hove, and Best Supporting Actress for Victoria Carmen Sonne. The film follows