Monster

OVERVIEW | NEWS | CAST | SEASON 1 Starring: Ingvild Holthe Bygdnes, Jakob Oftebro, Bjørn Sundquist 2017. Returning Series In the dark and remote landscape of northern Norway, a brutal murder reveals a mass grave which links old cases to missing people. Local police woman Hedda is assigned to the case along with special investigator Joel Dreyer from Oslo, and their different backgrounds, personalities and methods immediately set them against each other. However, when the investigation begins to spiral out of control, both detectives resort

Modus – Season 2

OVERVIEW | NEWS | CAST | SEASON 1 | SEASON 2 1. US president Helen Tyler is on a state visit to Sweden and, although accompanied by both FBI and her own security service, it's Swedish police who will be in charge of ensuring her safety while in Stockholm. Everything looks set to run smoothly until something unimaginable happens. As panic ensues, high-ranking FBI agent Warren Schifford jostles for position with the local head of police. Ingvar Nyman is assigned to the

Kim Bodnia Turned Down A Return To The Bridge

Creator and lead writer for The Bridge (Bron | Broen), Hans Rosenfeldt, has revealed in an interview with Expressen that Kim Bodnia was asked to return for the final season, but declined. The plan was for Kim Bodnia to return for a flashback sequence in episode six of season four when the viewers learn what happened to Tommy, a professional criminal and police informant whose contact was Henrik Sabroe (Thure Lindhardt). Hans Rosenfeldt told Expressen: "It would have been our little gift

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