Jordskott Wins Best Drama at Kristallen 2015

Jordskott took the crown in the Best Drama category in Sweden at Kristallen 2015, with Viva Hate delivering Peter Andersson and Lena Endre as Best Actor and Best Actress respectively. Highlights of the nominees and winners (in bold) are as follows: Childrens & Youth Programme Channel Producer Production Company Bacillakuten SVT Maria Boklund SVT Extrema ögonblick SVT Mattias Barsk SVT Julkalendern, Piratskattens hemlighet SVT Nicklas Wikström Nicastro Tre vänner Kändisbarnvakten SVT Emil Ullberger Titan Television Livet i Bokstavslandet UR Patrik Sundström Patrik Sthlm   Documentary Programme Channel Producer Production Company Astrid SVT Kristina Lindström SVT Att skiljas SVT David Herdies Momento Film Brottskod TV3 Pål Hollender STO-CPH Produktion Hunger SVT Charlotte Landelius/Henrik Stockare/Thomas Jackson SVT Ibrahimovic från Rosengård med mer än ett mål Kanal 5 Tomas Axelsson Red Cabin   Reality Programme Channel Producer Production Company Bonde

Russia Invades Norway

A Norwegian television channel says that it will air a fictional TV drama created by celebrated author Jo Nesbo, depicting a Russian invasion of Norway after radical environmentalists seize power and freeze the Scandinavian nation's oil and gas industry. TV2 drama chief Christopher Haug said on Saturday that the 10 episode drama which starts on October 4th is "foremost about Norway and Norwegians, not Russia or Russians." In Occupied (Okkupert), Russia partly occupies Norway to resume the oil industry following a secret

Season Two Of Thicker Than Water To Premiere In 2016

Filming of a second season of SVT drama Thicker Than Water (Tjockare än Vatten) officially began in March, although some scenes were shot early to capitalise on the winter weather. In the first season of Thicker Than Water, siblings Lasse, Oscar and Jonna inherited their mother's guest house on the condition that they run it together for a whole summer. As season two begins Christmas has arrived and bitter memories return to the surface. Director Erik Leijonborg said in an interview with