The Bridge Premiere Too Brutal For Denmark

New Year's Day ushered in the premiere of The Bridge season four, but in Denmark the shocking opening scene had been edited to remove some particularly violent images, whilst the Swedish version remained intact. The final season of The Bridge offers the most brutal opening yet, with a woman being stoned to death on Peberholm, a small artificial island in Danish waters at the base of the Øresund Bridge. The victim is Margrethe Thormod, Director General of the Migration Agency in

Sofia Helin Retires From The Bridge With A Hammock

After 38 episodes, Sofia Helin has finally retired from her physically demanding and critically acclaimed role as Saga Norén in The Bridge... and was rewarded with a hammock! Two years have passed and, as the new season begins, Saga is incarcerated in Ystad for the murder of her own mother. Such an environment is difficult for her to deal with, because it means complying with daily routines imposed by others and obeying orders. Sofia Helin told Expressen: "It's like a concrete suit

The Bridge Returns To Øresund For Final Season

The Bridge returns to Scandinavia for its fourth and final season on New Year's Day, and plot details are now beginning to emerge. Be warned, spoilers follow... Almost two years have passed, and a woman is brutally murdered on Peberholm, a small artificial island at the base of the Øresund Bridge. The victim is Margrethe Thormod, Director General of the Migration Agency in Copenhagen, and her murder could be related to a deportation scandal she was involved in. Henrik Sabroe (Thure Lindhardt),

Viaplay Trailer For Hans Rosenfeldt’s Advokaten

Viaplay has revealed a teaser for ten-part thriller The Lawyer (Advokaten), which stars Alexander Karim (Johan Falk) as a talented defence lawyer with a strong moral compass who is hell-bent on revenge. The Lawyer follows the dangerous descent of Swedish defence lawyer Frank Nordling (Alexander Karim) into the Copenhagen underworld. When he discovers that the firm’s most important client is responsible for the murder of his parents when he was just a child, Nordling is drawn into a life-threatening web of

Sara Hjort Ditlevsen Back For More Perfect Places

TV2 Zulu romantic drama Perfect Places (Perfekte steder), which stars Gustav Giese (Northwest) and Sara Hjort Ditlevsen (Rita) as an unlikely couple who fall in love while making other plans, will return in 2018 for a second season. Perfect Places follows the relationship that develops between Tobias (Gustav Giese) and Rose (Sara Hjort Ditlevsen) after they meet one summer’s day. In a magic moment, a connection arises - a crush that changes them both, for good and ill. Series writer and director