Jordskott – Season 2

OVERVIEW | NEWS | CAST | SEASON 1 | SEASON 2 1. Two years have passed, and Eva Thörnblad has left Silverhöjd behind her for the big city's grey concrete and her work at Stockholm Police. She tries to move on but struggles with her sorrow for Josefin and the pain that the Jordskott brought her. Soon Eva enters into a mysterious case related to her own past and she is forced to confront the mythological world she decided to leave.

Author Of Minnesota Trilogy Readies New Mystery

University Of Minnesota Press has announced that Vidar Sundstøl's latest novel, The Devil's Wedding Ring, will be published in an English translation by Tiina Nunnally on 26th September 2017. On Midsummer Eve in 1985, a young folklore researcher disappears from Eidsborg in Telemark. Exactly thirty years later, a student goes missing who had also been researching pagan rituals at the 13th century village church. Then former police officer Knut Abrahamsen is found drowned in a nearby river, presumed suicide. Private investigator Max

The Flatey Enigma Picked Up By Nordic State Broadcasters

Sagafilm’s four-part adaptation of Viktor Arnar Ingolfsson's best-selling novel The Flatey Enigma (Flateyjargáta) for Icelandic state broadcaster RÚV has been picked up by DR in Denmark, YLE in Finland, NRK in Norway, and SVT in Sweden. Adapted by Margrét Örnólfsdóttir (Prisoners), the series is set in 1970 on the small island of Flatey, where a Professor of Nordic Studies is accused of murder. To exonerate herself, she must solve a riddle in a medieval manuscript known as the Flatey Enigma, and

Agatha Christie Mysteries Get Scandinavian Makeover

The company behind Before We Die, B-Reel Films, has struck a deal to adapt Agatha Christie's work into Swedish for TV4. The series will be penned by a team of British and Swedish scriptwriters and is set in Scandinavia. Head Of Development for B-Reel Films, Patrik Andersson, told Variety: "Our show will be a contemporary, edgy and cinematic take on Agatha Christie. It will mix Nordic Noir and Agatha Christie’s famous whodunit plot construction." Co-founder of B-Reel Films, Fredrik Heinig, added: "Agatha