The original version of The Bridge —a co-production by television studios based in Sweden (where it's known as Bron), Denmark (where it's. The Bridge : Scandinavian crime drama returns to British television But such was the devastating climax to the original series that even the.
Series 3 of the acclaimed Swedish/Danish drama will feature Saga, but is a bridge too far for Martin. Written By Jack Seale 11:06 AM, 10 June 2014. Hit Scandi thriller The Bridge has been officially recommissioned by Swedish and Danish TV – but one of the great partnerships in modern TV crime drama has broken up. Sofia Helin will return as Saga Norén but her screen partner Kim Bodnia has quit the show and will not appear as Martin Rohde.
Bodnia's character was – * spoilers* if you haven't seen series 1 and 2 – in a tight spot when we last saw him, under arrest for murder, with his partner Saga having deduced that he was the likely culprit in the poisoning of the man who had killed Martin's young son in the series 1 finale. It seems Bodnia was unhappy with the way in which the show's writers wanted to resolve the situation. "We had different perceptions of the season's content," Anders Landstrøm of Swedish co-producer Film Lance told Sydsvenskan. "Bodnia was not happy with how the character evolved.
It is a shame, but we must move on and accept it. Large parts of the series 3 script will need to be rewritten by head writer Hans Rosenfeldt and his team, but according to Landstrøm: "The main story is intact.
The Bridge (Danish/Swedish TV series) Original language(s), Swedish · Danish The Bridge (Danish: Broen; Swedish: Bron) is a Scandinavian crime drama. The American " The Bridge " places less emphasis on the killer's social criticism -- the original Scandinavian drama has the killer offering up a. THE BRIDGE - "The Crazy Place" Photo: Byron Cohen/FX Network how the American version stacks up to the original, bad news for those of. When a body is found on the bridge between Denmark and Sweden, right on the border, Danish inspector Martin Rohde and Swedish Saga Norén have to.
The Bridge's Danish broadcaster, DR, confirmed that Bodnia has left the show and said the new series would see Saga Norén interacting with a new team of detectives. "We still have a lot to tell about Saga Norén, and now we can also introduce viewers to exciting new characters in The Bridge's universe and develop their relationships with each other," Rosenfeldt said. "I promise that no one will be disappointed. There's more bad news for Bridge fans: even if the writers manage to quickly retool their scripts, series 3 isn't planned to start filming until September and isn't scheduled to appear on DR1 and SVT until autumn 2015, which means it's unlikely to appear on BBC4 until late 2015 or early 2016.