Follow The Money Set To Receive US Premiere

Link TV has acquired the US rights to premiere seasons one and two of Follow The Money (Bedrag), which stars Nikolaj Lie Kaas and Thomas Bo Larsen in a tale of corruption and politics in the pursuit of wealth. When a body is washed ashore near a wind farm, at first it looks like an industrial accident, but the detective assigned to the case soon finds himself in conflict with executives of the energy company that own the facility. As the series

Follow The Money & Shame Win C21 Drama Awards

During a gala evening at Picturehouse Central in London on Wednesday night, Follow The Money and Shame picked up honours from the C21 Media International Drama Awards, which are judged by 100 drama commissioners and buyers. Danish thriller Follow The Money (Bedrag) fought off stiff competition from Black Widows, Case, and Trapped to win Best Non-English-Language Drama. The series begins with a dead body found in the sea near a wind farm, but as the investigation progresses it reveals a morass

Follow The Money Launches 19th March On BBC Four

Danish crime thriller Follow The Money (Bedrag) will launch on BBC Four in the UK at 9pm on Saturday 19th March. Follow The Money begins with a dead body found in the sea near a wind farm off the coast of Denmark. Mads, the police detective assigned to the investigation, refuses to believe that it is just an accident. The deeper he digs, the more suspicious he becomes of quickly expanding energy company Energen and is drawn into a morass of

Head Writer Explains Themes Behind Follow The Money

In an interview with Nordisk Film & TV Fund, creator and head writer of Follow The Money (Bedrag), Jeppe Gjervig Gram (Borgen), explains the themes that drive the series and reveals that season two is already in production: "The main theme is greed. The premise is that everybody is greedy. As I see it, it’s a basic human condition and after the financial crisis, a lot of people were quick to blame the bankers on Wall Street. But we were all

Berlinale Shines Spotlight On New Nordic Dramas

DR's adaptation of the Jakob Ejersbo novel Liberty, and NRK sports drama Home Ground (Heimebane), have been invited to premiere at the Berlinale Series sidebar of the Berlin International Film Festival (15 - 25 February). Berlinale Series has selected seven dramas from Australia, Denmark, Germany, Luxembourg, Israel, Norway, and the US that look into the depths of the human soul and prove that resistance to power structures is not only possible, but necessary. They depict reactionary political systems, turmoil in