The series Danish ‘Borgen’ was one of the main responsible for the boom of the television fiction on european of the last decade. had Been completed with the issuance of its third season in 2013, but now he raises the hand of Netflix with a fourth season that we will see in 2022.
In the fourth season of the series will have its main distribution, but, obviously, there have been changes in his position in all this does it: Sidse Babett Knudsen will be Birgitte Nyborg, now converted into Ministers of Foreign Affairs, and Birgitte Hjort Sørensen will remain Katrine Fønsmark.
in Addition, Adam Price, creator of ‘Borgen’, it also goes up to the car in which it will not be her first collaboration Netflix. The 31st of January has already come to the catalog of the platform ‘Ragnarok’, his last series created to date.
A co-production with DR
season 4 of ‘Borgen’ will consist of eight episodes co-produced between Netflix and DR, the channel Danish that issued it originally.
The series will be first in their country of origin through DR and then will be available globally through Netflix.
Netflix also plans to add to its catalog the first three seasons of the series -currently not available on any streaming platform in Spain-, but by the time you are unaware of the details. On the agreement with DR, Lina Brouneus, director of coproductions and acquisitions of Netflix, has said the following:
10 years Ago, ‘Borgen’ helped redefenir the panorama of tv worldwide, showing that great stories can come from anywhere and be loved by anyone. We are extremely proud to collaborate with DC and all the creative team of the series to bring back this global phenomenon and give the fans of ‘Borgen’ the opportunity to snag it again.
Via | The Guardian
The news Netflix resurrects ‘Borgen’: the acclaimed series Danish will have season 4 in 2022 was originally published in Espinof by Mikel Zorrilla .
April 29, 2020
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