An Open Letter From Sofia Helin To Fans Of The Bridge

Sofia Helin has written an open letter which was published on Among other things, Sofia thanks fans of The Bridge, describes Saga Norén's loneliness, and warns against political and religious extremism: "Glad we managed to entertain you during the dark autumn evenings! I am happy, proud and grateful for all the appreciation. The Bridge III is professionally the most demanding and challenging thing I have done so far in my life. Therefore, it is especially gratifying that our efforts touched the

Sofia Helin And The Bridge Win The Double At The C21 Awards

The winners were announced for the prestigious C21 International Drama Awards Show at the BFI in London on Wednesday evening. In excess of 200 programmes were entered this year, with the finalists chosen from votes cast by 70 leading drama commissioners. Best Female Performance: Sofia Helin Sofia Helin, who plays Saga Noren in The Bridge, won the award for Best Female Performance against stiff competition from Gillian Anderson (The Fall), Sharon Rooney (My Mad Fat Diary), Constance Zimmer (UnReal) and Moa Gammel

The Bridge Season 4 To Be Decided In Spring 2016

Swedish broadcaster SVT has said that it is in discussion about a fourth season of The Bridge, after the third reached a dramatic conclusion over the weekend. SVT Head Of Drama, Christian Wikander, has said that there are ongoing discussions about a new season: "We are in dialogue with production and the writers about a possible season 4. We will make a decision in the spring of 2016." This supports comments made by the show's Danish scriptwriter Nikolaj Scherfig to DR during a

Gåsmamman Sounded Like A Children’s Programme

Producer Bridget Wännström approached Alexandra Rapaport with the idea for Gåsmamman (Mother Goose) a couple of years ago. Alexandra was so taken by it that she got on board as co-producer. Together, Rapaport and Wännström went to sell the series to Kanal 5 and were not afraid to be bold. "I assured them that it would be a cross between Erin Brokovich and Breaking Bad. It was pretty cocky to say that, but I think that we kept to our promise,"

Mammon To Return To Norwegian Screens In January 2016

January 3rd 2016 marks the return of Mammon to Norway with a further eight episodes of intrigue, political power games and a challenge to the media's freedom of expression. In season two, a well-known and controversial journalist is killed. Norway is in shock. Freedom of expression is under attack and the country fears that terror will strike again. The journalist's wife Ellen Claussen (Laura Christensen) and Peter Vera (Jon Øigarden) try to unravel what and why this has happened. The first series