Lukas Moodysson Comedy Gösta Set For HBO Nordic

HBO Nordic has announced that its first Swedish original series will be Gösta, an eight-part comedy drama written and directed by Lukas Moodysson (Show Me Love), about a child psychologist who moves from the city to a small rural town. Gösta is a 28-year-old child psychologist who gets his first job at BUP in a small town in Småland. He moves from Stockholm and hires a cabin in the middle of the forest. He wants to be the world's kindest man

Conspiracy Of Silence In The Swedish Arms Trade

Viaplay has announced Ingen utan skuld (Conspiracy Of Silence), a new eight-part political thriller written by Peter Arrhenius (Welcome to Sweden) about the Swedish arms trade. Jens Hultén (Johan Falk) plays Robert Kastell, a former arms dealer forced into exile who returns to Sweden seeking revenge on the man who tried to kill him. Through this central story, the series will explore layers of complex moral issues from the authorities through to the individual. Writer, Peter Arrhenius says: "Ingen utan skuld is

Gåsmamman Returns To C More For Season Three

C More has announced that the third season of Gåsmamman (Mother Goose), which earned Alexandra Rapaport Best Actress at Kristallen 2017, will premiere September 28th. In season three, Sonja (Alexandra Rapaport) is out of jail and has begun a new life in safety away from the world that cost so many their lives. Along with her new love John, she has built her dream home and can at last leave her turbulent and painful past behind her. But despite wanting to keep

Norwegian Monster Picked Up By Starz For The US

Seven-part Norwegian crime thriller Monster, which won the European Script Award last week and has been nominated for the Prix Europa, has been picked up by premium cable service Starz in the US. In Monster, Joel Dreyer (Jakob Oftebro) is sent from Oslo to a remote religious community in Finnmark after the disappearance of a young girl, where he collaborates with local investigator Hedda Gilbert (Ingvild Holthe Bygdnes). Their personalities immediately clash and, as the case begins to spiral

Hassel Transforms Stockholm Metro Into Art Exhibition

Stills and artwork for Viaplay ten-part thriller Hassel, starring Ola Rapace as iconic Swedish police investigator Roland Hassel, have been turned into an art exhibition by Jocke Jonasson at the Odenplan metro station in Stockholm. In the series, Roland Hassel's boss and mentor, Yngve Ruda, is brutally murdered in the street. Consumed by grief and rage, Hassel gathers together his closest allies from the Triton police unit to find Ruda's killer and avenge his death. But the deeper Hassel investigates into Ruda's