Skam Awarded Peer Gynt Prize By Prime Minister

Hit Norwegian youth drama Skam (Shame), which follows the everyday lives of a group of High School students in Oslo, has been awarded the Peer Gynt Prize for exercising social responsibility and showing Norway in a positive light abroad. The prize, which is voted for by politicians at The Storting, was presented to series writer Julie Andem and producer Marianne Furevold-Bolandby by Prime Minister Erna Solberg at the Peer Gynt Festival in Gudbrandsdalen yesterday. Head of the Peer Gynt Foundation, Rune Støstad,

Iman Meskini Leads Fourth & Final Season Of Skam

It has been announced that Sana Bakkoush (Iman Meskini) will be the protagonist for season four of Skam (Shame), which creator Julie Andem says will be the show's final season. 2016 Gullruten winner Skam, which follows the everyday life of a group of friends at Hartvig Nissen High School in Oslo, has attracted a loyal following throughout the Nordic region since it premiered in Norway in autumn 2015, won Best Digital Original at the C21 Drama Awards, and been picked up

Simon Fuller Buys Rights For US Remake Of Skam

Simon Fuller (Idol) has bought the rights to produce an American version of Skam (Shame). It is planned to go into production in 2017. 2016 Gullruten winner Skam, which follows the everyday life of a group of friends at Hartvig Nissen High School in Oslo, has attracted a loyal following throughout the Nordic region since it premiered in Norway in autumn 2015, and recently won Best Digital Original at the C21 Drama Awards. Fuller told NRK: "Shame has the potential to become

Skam Adds Language Award To Trophy Collection

Norwegian teen drama Skam (Shame), which recently won Best Digital Original at the C21 Drama Awards, has now picked up the 2016 Nordic Association Language Award for its contribution to positive attitudes between neighbouring Nordic languages. 2016 Gullruten winner Skam, which follows the everyday life of a group of friends at Hartvig Nissen High School in Oslo, has attracted a loyal following throughout the Nordic region since it premiered in Norway in autumn 2015. The Nordic Association said: "Skam shows that Scandinavian

First Trailer Reveals Isak As The New Star Of Skam

Ever since the third season of Skam (Shame) was announced in May, fans have wondered who the main protagonist will be. Now, NRK has published a teaser which seems to reveal Isak (Tarjei Sandvik Moe) as the focus for the new season. The trailer shows a water fight in a male locker room with Jonah, William and Chris whilst Isak looks on. The scene ends with a carton of milk exploding over Isak, and then his name appears full frame across