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The Bridge (2011 TV series)

the bridge (2011 tv series)
The Bridge Danish: Broen; Swedish: Bron is a Scandinavian crime television series created and written by Hans Rosenfeldt A joint creative and financed production between Sweden's Sveriges Television and Denmark's DR, it has been shown in more than 100 countries

The first series begins with the discovery of a dead body exactly on the centre of the Øresund Bridge, which links Malmö with Copenhagen, necessitating a joint investigation Sofia Helin, as the Swedish police detective Saga Norén, stars in all four series In the first and second, her Danish counterpart, Martin Rohde, is played by Kim Bodnia, and in the third and fourth Thure Lindhardt plays Henrik Sabroe It was broadcast on the Swedish SVT1 and Danish DR1 during the autumn of 2011, and on the United Kingdom's BBC Four the following spring

The second series aired in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland during the autumn of 2013, and in the UK in early 2014 The third series was broadcast in Denmark, Sweden and Finland during the autumn of 2015 and in the UK in November 2015 The fourth series premiered on 1 January 2018 in the Nordic countries and will move to BBC Two in the UK from 11 May 2018

Contents

  • 1 Cast
  • 2 Plot
    • 21 Series 1
    • 22 Series 2
    • 23 Series 3
    • 24 Series 4
  • 3 Production
  • 4 Music
  • 5 Broadcast
    • 51 Series 1
    • 52 Series 2
    • 53 Series 3
    • 54 Series 4
  • 6 Awards
  • 7 Remakes
    • 71 United Kingdom – France
    • 72 USA – Mexico
    • 73 Estonia – Russia
  • 8 See also
  • 9 References
  • 10 External links

Cast

Main
  • Sofia Helin as Saga Norén, lead homicide detective in Malmö
  • Kim Bodnia as Martin Rohde, lead homicide detective in Copenhagen series 1–2
  • Thure Lindhardt as Henrik Sabroe, lead homicide detective in Copenhagen series 3-4
  • Dag Malmberg as Hans Petterson, the Police Commissioner in Malmö, later married to Lillian
  • Sarah Boberg as Lillian Larsen, the Police Commissioner in Copenhagen, later married to Petterson
  • Rafael Pettersson as John Lundqvist, IT expert for Malmö police
  • Lars Simonsen as Jens Hansen/Sebastian Sandstrod series 1–2
  • Puk Scharbau as Mette Rohde, Martin Rohde's wife series 1–2
  • Ann Petrén as Marie-Louise Norén, Saga's mother
  • Gabriel Flores Jair as the Malmö police pathologist
  • Henrik Lundström as Rasmus Larsson, Swedish junior police detective series 2–3
Recurring Series 1
  • Emil Birk Hartmann as August Rohde, Martin Rohde's eldest son
  • Christian Hillborg as Daniel Ferbé, journalist at Aftonposten in Malmö
  • Dietrich Hollinderbäumer as Göran Söringer, property developer
  • Ellen Hillingsø as Charlotte Söringer, Söringer's wife
  • Magnus Krepper as Stefan Lindberg, social worker in Malmö
  • Maria Sundbom as Sonja Lindberg, Stefan's sister
  • Johan Hedenberg as Axel Mössberg
Recurring Series 2
  • Vickie Bak Laursen as Pernille Lindegaard, Danish junior police detective
  • Tova Magnusson as Viktoria Nordgren, owner of the Medisonus pharmaceutical company
  • Sven Ahlström as Oliver Nordgren, Viktoria's brother
  • Camilla Bendix as Gertrud Kofoed, chief scientist at Medisonus, Oliver's wife
  • Fredrik Hiller as Marcus Stenberg, shipping owner
  • Lotte Munk as Caroline Brandstrup-Julin, the Copenhagen EU environment summit meeting's head organiser,
  • Lotte Merete Andersen as Bodil Brandstrup, Caroline Brandstrup-Julin's sister
  • Peter Christoffersen as Julian Madsen, owner of Copenhagen IT Consulting
Recurring Series 3
  • Kirsten Olesen as Hanne Thomsen, lead homicide detective in Copenhagen
  • Maria Kulle as Linn Björkman, the Police Commissioner in Malmö
  • Katrine Greis-Rosenthal as Alice Sabroe, Henrik Sabroe's wife
  • Olaf Johannessen as Lars Andersen, Lise Andersen's husband, Copenhagen businessman
  • Sonja Richter as Lise Friis Andersen, politically active vlogger
  • Nicolas Bro as Freddie Holst, Copenhagen businessman and art collector
  • Reuben Sallmander as Claes Sandberg, self-help guru, Freddie Holst's former business partner
  • Louise Peterhoff as Annika Melander, undertaker
  • Adam Pålsson as Emil Larsson, art gallery guide
  • Sarah-Sofie Boussnina as Jeanette, a young pregnant woman

Plot

Series 1

When a body, cut in half at the waist, is discovered in the middle of the Øresund Bridge, which connects Copenhagen with Malmö, placed precisely on the border between the two countries, the investigation falls under the jurisdiction of both the Danish and Swedish police agencies It is not one corpse but two halves of two separate women: the upper-half being that of a female Swedish politician, the lower-half being that of a Danish prostitute Saga Norén from Sweden and Martin Rohde from Denmark lead the murder investigations

In the course of the investigation, Martin and Saga develop a close working relationship Martin has had a vasectomy August, an eighteen-year-old son from his first marriage is now living with Martin and his current wife, Mette, with whom Martin has three children, Mette discovers that she is expecting another set of twins

Saga lives alone and rather than have serious relationships, she prefers to pick up men in bars for casual sex Her poor social skills, her difficulty in empathising and her inability to channel her emotions make her appear cold, insensitive and blunt but she is completely honest and forthright in all aspects

The investigation quickly escalates as a journalist, Daniel Ferbé, whose car was used in the crime, begins receiving phone calls The caller, who becomes known as the "Truth Terrorist", claims to be committing crimes in order to draw attention to various social problems A social worker, Stefan Lindberg is an early suspect; his estranged sister Sonja is a victim Working together, the Danish and Swedish police conclude that the killer must have a connection with them After the killer has murdered several people, his true motivation begins to seem personal They discover that he has been planning his campaign over a period of several years

Series 2

The Øresund Bridge, connecting Malmö to Copenhagen; and the Scandinavian peninsula with Central Europe through Denmark

Series two starts 13 months later

A coaster veers off course and rams into the Øresund Bridge Saga arrives on the scene and finds the ship deserted save for five people – three Swedish and two Danish – chained and in poor condition below deck Saga arranges to have Martin assigned to the case, though he has gone through a nervous breakdown following his son's death After the victims on the coaster die from pneumonic plague, a viral video appears in which four disguised eco-terrorists claim responsibility for the incident They embark on further attacks, including blowing up a petrol tanker and distributing poisoned food As the police close in on the group, they are all found dead in a shipping container, thus raising the question of whether there are other terrorist cells or a larger group

The keynote speaker of an upcoming EU climate conference in Copenhagen is one of those killed by poisoning Caroline Brandstrup-Julin, the head of the conference, appoints Viktoria Nordgren, head of the Medisonus pharmaceutical company, as his replacement While arranging the congress, Caroline's sister Bodil is asked by Oliver Nordgren, Viktoria's brother and a shareholder of Medisonus, whether she would be willing to write Viktoria's biography; Viktoria has been diagnosed with cancer and has about six months to live

During the retrieval of a sunken boat, seven corpses are found inside The owner of the boat is Marcus Stenberg The investigation discovers the identities of the dead and finds that some of them had previously been volunteers in medical studies undertaken by Medisonus, but who had gone missing The company's security chief tells them that a possible industrial spy gained access to their headquarters

Bodil and Viktoria meet to discuss the content of the biography Oliver, who lives in the house opposite to his sister's and has secretly installed cameras in her house, watches them make love When Viktoria asks Oliver to keep out of her life, he confesses that he is responsible for the eco-terrorist acts When he tries to kill her, Oliver's wife Gertrud arrives to save Viktoria and kills Oliver The police assume that Oliver acted alone as the ringleader of the plot, but Saga then turns up further evidence that there must be at least one more accomplice

The police pathologist shows that two of the dead bodies found earlier contain a deadly virus, which causes internal bleeding and becomes airborne once the victim's blood escapes the body; Saga and Martin guess that Gertrud has developed the virus and infected Viktoria with the intent of spreading it at the EU conference They manage to alert Caroline, and command her to evacuate the building and turn off the ventilation Eventually, the police arrive at the conference and begin searching for the dying Viktoria She is eventually discovered in a bathroom by Pernille, who handcuffs her to a pipe to help contain her Before she can leave, however, Viktoria starts coughing blood, infecting Pernille with the virus As the area is contained, Martin and Saga communicate with Pernille over the radio, and as Viktoria dies painfully, Pernille decides not to go the same way, and commits suicide with her gun Meanwhile, Gertrud drives to a secluded warehouse where she shoots a video and is executed by a man who arrives and castigates her for the failure of her plot

Martin, in an attempt to get over the death of August, begins visiting Jens in prison, to try to get through to him He is satisfied when he sees that his visits have made an impression, and Jens begins to feel remorse for his crime When Martin moves back in with his estranged wife Mette, ready to start again, she admits that she no longer loves him A distraught Martin blames Jens, and begins to suffer renewed symptoms of paranoia Saga hears that Jens has died in prison, apparently a suicide, and suspects Martin of having poisoned him The series ends as Martin is arrested, apparently as a result of her intervention

Series 3

Series three starts 13 months later

When a female body is found on a construction site in Malmö, Sweden – posed in a tableau representing a traditional family – Saga is assigned to the case together with a Copenhagen police officer Hanne Thomsen, who is hostile towards Saga due to her role in the incarceration of Martin Rohde The victim is identified as Helle Anker, a resident of Copenhagen Anker, a lesbian married to a Swedish woman, was the pioneer of Denmark's first gender-neutral preschool Her work had been the target of numerous threats, including vlog posts by right-wing lawyer Lise Frise Andersen, whose husband owns the facility where Anker's body was discovered While attempting to question Anker's son Morten, a mentally unstable veteran of the war in Afghanistan, Thomsen is wounded by a booby trap Saga is then assigned a new Danish partner, Henrik Sabroe

Another murder is linked to Andersen's blog Hans Petterson is abducted and Linn Björkman takes over as his replacement The murders are described on the television news, leading Emil Larsson, an art gallery employee,to come forward and show that they may have been staged to look like artworks from a collection owned by multi-millionaire Freddie Holst The police suspect Holst's former business partner, Claes Sandberg Holst had legally gained control of his company and art collection

Saga's mother Marie-Louise challenges the assumption that Jennifer was the victim of Munchausen syndrome by proxy, suggesting that it was Saga's inability to connect with her sister emotionally that drove her to suicide Marie-Louise claims that Saga has been to her home and threatened her At first when Marie-Louise is found dead, the assumption is suicide but later it is considered it could be murder Saga is interviewed by Internal Affairs The pressure of her mother's investigation and her grief when Hans dies causes Saga to make a serious error Linn, who has replaced the abducted Hans, temporarily suspends Saga and replaces her with Rasmus A woman named Jeanette carrying Freddie's baby is kidnapped and a woman named Annika is discovered Freddie outfoxes his security detail, goes to the secluded location that the killer has instructed and finds himself with Emil Larsson who explains that he has been enacting justice on those who wronged him during his childhood Freddie was the sperm donor used to conceive him He takes Freddie and the baby to Saltholm where he has prepared the final artwork Saga and Henrik are following up on a lead and arrive in time to save the lives of all three

Six years after she disappeared, the body of Henrik's wife is discovered, but no trace of their two daughters; causing him to spiral into depression and to overdose on drugs Saga goes to his house in time to rescue him Shortly after, Saga is informed that a preliminary hearing is being scheduled on her case and, despite Linn's belief that it will not proceed further than this, she worries that she will lose everything as a result Henrik, wanting to find his two missing daughters himself, resigns his job and goes to find Saga, intending to ask her to join him He eventually finds her at the train tracks where her sister killed herself, looking visibly distressed Realising she is about to commit suicide herself, Henrik desperately tries to talk her out of it, insisting he needs her expertise to help find his girls When he attempts to approach her, Saga draws a gun on him and orders him to stay back, before seemingly stepping into the path an oncoming train When it passes, however, Henrik sees that she has not gone through with it, and goes to comfort her as she begins sobbing The series ends with Henrik and Saga studying the case information about the disappearance of Henrik's daughters

Series 4

It is now two years later and Saga Norén has been released from prison by the Supreme Court, as there was reasonable doubt as to whether she murdered her mother or not Henrik Sabroe begins investigating a murder that has occurred in Denmark: a high-ranking government officer, the director general of the Immigration Service, has been stoned to death After her release and assignment to help Henrik solve the murder case, Saga moves in with him She starts therapy after having a panic attack while driving across the bridge and Henrik attends meetings for addicts There, he is befriended by a man in a wheelchair named Kevin Saga becomes pregnant and decides she wants to abort, which upsets Henrik She offers that he keeps the baby and raise it on his own, to which he agrees

More victims are discovered and Saga realizes that each victim is killed using one method of executing prisoners sentenced to death - suggesting a total of 7 victims to come As more people are being murdered, Henrik realizes that the common link between the victims is Tommy - a gangster and a police informer that Henrik used to know Tommy had told Henrik when and where his gang would be raiding another gang but the prosecutor refused to follow up on the tip, which led to a bloodshed and, eventually, the execution of Tommy when it was discovered that he was collaborating with the police Henrik and Lilian's involvement in that case made their loved ones potential victims of future murders as the killer is targeting those close to the people who had betrayed Tommy The police also learn that Kevin is Tommy's son

Saga realizes that she is in love with Henrik and wants to be with him As she does not think she is fit to live with a child, she aborts her pregnancy so that there is no obstacle to her relationship Henrik is furious with her and does not want to have anything to do with her Saga decides to make amends and find Henrik's daughters, so that he can have children Through her private investigation, she discovers that a girl named Astrid, who lives with a man in a small community is in fact one of Henrik daughters His other daughter, Anna, died of untreated appendicitis Henrik is reconnected with his daughter, which puts her at risk of being a murder target

Saga discovers that the murderer is Tommy's former lover The woman is arrested and provides details about the murders However, Saga finds that they are not adding up, suggesting there is another murderer on the loose In the meantime, Henrik builds his relationship with Astrid, which is challenging Kevin unexpectedly comes to visit them one evening to celebrate When Henrik turns around, Kevin stand up from his wheelchair and attacks him He ties him and Astrid up, and asks Henrik to watch as he shoots Astrid Henrik refuses, so Kevin shoots her in a leg and says he will continue to hurt her slowly until Henrik opens his eyes A gunshot is heard and Henrik sees that Kevin was shot dead by Saga

With the help of her therapist, Saga lets go of her guilt for her sister's suicide Her therapist makes an interpretation that Saga is a police officer to make amends for her sister's death With her guilt resolved, Saga discovers she can explore life outside of police She visits Henrik and admits that she needs him as much as he needs her She tells him she is leaving to explore doing the things she wants to do but promises to stay in touch As she drives across the bridge to Malmo, she stops and throws her police badge into the sea

Production

Series two started shooting in October 2012, and began to air in Denmark and Sweden on Sunday 22 September 2013 2000 in Denmark and 2100 in Sweden

In January 2014, Hans Rosenfeldt was writing the third series and retaining most of the main characters In June 2014 it was announced that Kim Bodnia, who plays Martin Rohde, would not appear in the third series Helin and Bodnia suggested that series three would include Saga coping without her only friend, and suggested that Bodnia's character might return sometime in the future Hans Rosenfeldt confirmed that Bodnia had left the show because Bodnia was not happy about the way that his on-screen character was evolving He also voiced concerns in an interview about working in Malmö, due to the city's problems with antisemitism, which had made his decision to leave the series easier Filming started during September 2014

The Scandinavian launch of the third series was on 27 September 2015 In a nod to Bodnia's departure, the titles in the opening episode of the series posted Sofia Helin's name alone, with the spot that had been occupied by Bodnia's left vacant From episode two, the opening credits showed Sofia Helin and Thure Lindhardt as the two protagonists of the series The names, along with the Swedish and Danish titles, were separated by three lines, indicating the third series they had been separated by one line in the first, and two in the second series

With series four broadcast starting on 1 January 2018 in the Nordic countries, Rosenfeld confirmed that this is the final series; it was written so as to bring the previous story-lines to satisfactory conclusion Thure Lindhardt returns in his role as Henrik Sabroe The setting is more focused on Denmark than series three

Music

The opening and closing theme is a cut of the song "Hollow Talk" by Copenhagen-based Danish chamber pop band Choir of Young Believers

Broadcast

Series 1

Series one consists of ten episodes Each episode is 60 minutes in length They were first broadcast on Wednesday nights at 8pm in Denmark and 9pm in Sweden

Ratings
Ep  Denmark  Sweden  United Kingdom
First
broadcast
DR1
Official TNS Gallup
ratings
First
broadcast
SVT1
Official MMS
ratings
First
broadcast
BBC Four
Official BARB
UK ratings
1 28 September 2011 876,000 + 108,000 DR HD 21 September 2011 1,030,000 21 April 2012 1,262,000 excl BBC HD
2 5 October 2011 660,000 + 128,000 DR HD 28 September 2011 970,000 21 April 2012 1,093,000 excl BBC HD
3 12 October 2011 712,000 + 57,000 DR HD 5 October 2011 787,000 28 April 2012 1,020,000 excl BBC HD
4 19 October 2011 589,000 + 79,000 DR HD 12 October 2011 865,000 28 April 2012 890,000 excl BBC HD
5 26 October 2011 652,000 + 86,000 DR HD 19 October 2011 925,000 5 May 2012 1,084,000 + 102,000 BBC HD
6 2 November 2011 668,000 + 48,000 DR HD 26 October 2011 915,000 5 May 2012 858,000 + 118,000 BBC HD
7 9 November 2011 668,000 + 71,000 DR HD 2 November 2011 834,000 12 May 2012 1,040,000 + 100,000 BBC HD
8 16 November 2011 610,000 + 120,000 DR HD 9 November 2011 880,000 12 May 2012 930,000 + 127,000 BBC HD
9 23 November 2011 803,000 + 89,000 DR HD 16 November 2011 945,000 19 May 2012 1,190,000 + 112,000 BBC HD
10 23 November 2011 803,000 + 89,000 DR HD 23 November 2011 935,000 19 May 2012 1,110,000 excl BBC HD

The first airing of the series was screened on Sweden's SVT1 weekly from Wednesday 21 September 2011 at 2100 Denmark's DR1 followed a week later in their 2000 slot every Wednesday By screening the final episode immediately after episode 9, DR1 managed to screen episode 10 simultaneously with SVT1

On several occasions, The Bridge failed to have sufficient viewers to be placed in SVT1's weekly Top 10 programmes This was mainly due to competition from commercial broadcaster TV4 with its offering gaining over a million viewers In Sweden, The Bridge won its time slot for the first five episodes against weak competition from Hawaii Five-0 on TV4 From episode 6, it aired against the popular reality show Berg flyttar in sv, which would beat The Bridge until the final episode, when they virtually tied

Sveriges Television reported that up to November 2013, the first series had been purchased for broadcasting in 134 countries worldwide and the Daily Telegraph reported in February 2014 that The Bridge was on screen in 174 countries

In the UK, the series was shown in weekly two-episode blocks on BBC Four and BBC HD from 21 April 2012 In Germany, it was shown by broadcaster ZDF from 18 March 2012 In Spain is broadcast on AXN it is broadcast on Wednesdays from 8 January 2014 until present waiting for the third season In Poland, the series was broadcast in double episodes from 2 May to 30 May 2012 on Ale Kino+ In Brazil, the series premiered on +Globosat channel on 13 August 2012 at 22h The series premiered in Australia on Wednesday, 5 September 2012 on SBS Two, where the first episode had overnight ratings of 101,000 viewers It was also screened in Israel on September 30 on HOT VoD On January 9, 2014 it also started screening on yes VoD with both series 1 and 2 available Co-producers NRK screened the series in Norway with audiences in excess of 600,000 viewers NRK were also keen to participate in the production of the second series In Ireland, the show aired on TG4 in autumn 2014

Series 2

Series two consists of ten episodes Each episode is 60 minutes in length

Ratings
Ep First broadcast
Denmark and Sweden DR1/SVT1
Danish ratings
TNS Gallup
Swedish ratings
MMS
First broadcast
UK BBC Four
UK Overnight ratings Official BARB
UK ratings
1 22 September 2013 818,000 1,287,000 4 January 2014 1,100,000 1,509,000
2 29 September 2013 908,000 1,232,000 4 January 2014 830,000 1,347,000
3 6 October 2013 871,000 1,105,000 11 January 2014 950,000 1,491,000
4 13 October 2013 854,000 1,290,000 11 January 2014 830,000 1,361,000
5 20 October 2013 924,000 1,237,000 18 January 2014 1,508,000
6 27 October 2013 940,000 1,205,000 18 January 2014 1,491,000
7 3 November 2013 1,125,000 1,318,000 25 January 2014 973,000 1,531,000
8 10 November 2013 920,000 1,163,000 25 January 2014 831,000 1,409,000
9 17 November 2013 989,000 1,243,000 1 February 2014 1,120,000 1,620,000
10 24 November 2013 1,088,000 1,367,000 1 February 2014 985,000 1,547,000

Episodes were aired close to the Danish/Swedish premiere in the other Nordic countries Finland's YLE TV1 aired new episodes on the same day with SVT1 Norway's NRK1 and Iceland's RÚV air episodes the following day, with the first episode airing there on 23 September

It was shown in the United Kingdom on BBC Four and BBC Four HD on 4 January 2014, as with the first series, in two episode blocks at 21:00 and 22:00

Series 3

Series three consists of ten episodes Each episode is 60 minutes in length

Ratings
Ep  Denmark  Sweden  United Kingdom
First
broadcast
DR1
Official TNS Gallup
ratings
First
broadcast
SVT1
Official MMS
ratings
First
broadcast
BBC Four
Official BARB
UK ratings
1 27 September 2015 839,000 27 September 2015 1,489,000 21 November 2015 1,810,000
2 4 October 2015 813,000 4 October 2015 1,471,000 21 November 2015 1,530,000
3 11 October 2015 777,000 11 October 2015 1,271,000 28 November 2015 1,540,000
4 18 October 2015 898,000 18 October 2015 1,497,000 28 November 2015 1,380,000
5 25 October 2015 878,000 25 October 2015 1,415,000 5 December 2015 1,407,000
6 2 November 2015 919,000 2 November 2015 1,424,000 5 December 2015 1,379,000
7 9 November 2015 826,000 9 November 2015 1,567,000 12 December 2015 1,473,000
8 15 November 2015 909,000 15 November 2015 1,398,000 12 December 2015 1,411,000
9 22 November 2015 828,000 22 November 2015 1,339,000 19 December 2015 1,505,000
10 29 November 2015 881,000 29 November 2015 1,506,000 19 December 2015 1,429,000

Series 4

Series four consists of eight episodes Each episode is 60 minutes in length Broadcast started on 1 January 2018 in the Nordic countries, and on 1 March 2018 in Australia on SBS, with the third and fourth series made available on the SBS On Demand service in February 2018 The final series will be broadcast in the UK weekly from 11 May 2018 on BBC Two

Ratings
Ep  Denmark  Sweden  United Kingdom
First
broadcast
DR1
Official TNS Gallup
ratings
First
broadcast
SVT1
Official MMS
ratings
First
broadcast
BBC Two
Official BARB
UK ratings
1 1 January 2018 832,000 1 January 2018 1,647,000 11 May 2018
2 7 January 2018 902,000 7 January 2018 1,718,000 18 May 2018
3 14 January 2018 849,000 14 January 2018 1,620,000 25 May 2018
4 21 January 2018 788,000 21 January 2018 1,566,000 1 June 2018
5 28 January 2018 767,000 28 January 2018 1,466,000 8 June 2018
6 4 February 2018 788,000 4 February 2018 1,677,000 15 June 2018
7 11 February 2018 740,000 11 February 2018 1,546,000 22 June 2018
8 18 February 2018 813,000 18 February 2018 1,588,000 29 June 2018

Awards

In 2014, The Bridge won two Golden Nymph Awards: for Best European Drama Series, and Best Actor in a Drama Series for Kim Bodnia

Remakes

The success of the series led to a British-French adaptation, The Tunnel 2013, starring Stephen Dillane and Clémence Poésy; an American remake, The Bridge 2013–2014, starring Diane Kruger and Demián Bichir; and a Russian remake The Bridge 2016, starring Ingeborga Dapkūnaitė and Mikhail Porechenkov

United Kingdom – France

Main article: The Tunnel TV series

In January 2013, Kudos and Shine France announced a joint United Kingdom – France production called The Tunnel, with the discovery of the body of a French politician at the half-way point of the Channel Tunnel Broadcast began in October 2013 on Sky Atlantic in the UK and Canal+ in France An eight-episode second season was broadcast in 2016 and filming for the third and final season is underway

USA – Mexico

Main article: The Bridge US TV series

In July 2012, US network FX ordered a pilot episode to be made for the American audience: El Paso, US – Juárez, Mexico; the bridge being the Bridge of the Americas The series starred Diane Kruger as US Detective Sonya Cross Deadlinecom announced in February 2013 that FX had picked up the drama series for a 13-episode order and filming began in April The 13-episode series aired between 10 July 2013 and 2 October FX ordered a second series in September 2013, which aired in 2014 FX cancelled further series of The Bridge

Estonia – Russia

Main article: The Bridge Russian TV series

The Russian series is set between Narva and Ivangorod; the bridge being the railway bridge at Narva Ingeborga Dapkūnaitė plays the Estonian Detective Inga Vermaa The NTV network had picked up the drama series for a two-seasons order and filming began in January 2016 The series aired in 2017

See also

  • Danish television drama
  • Scandinavian noir

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External links

  • The Bridge at BBC Programmes
  • Broen at DR
  • Bron at SVT
  • The Bridge on IMDb

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