“Heartbeats” is the new short form young series (approximately 8 minutes) from TV2 Sumo Norway, a story about Mio, played by rising star Thea Sofie Loch Næss (The Last Kingdom), a girl in her early twenties who gets pregnant after a one night stand. The first season has 12 episodes, covering the first 12 weeks of the pregnancy, covering all ups and down of this early period. The series has a young target group but has shown to hit much broader than that, being one of TV2 Sumo`s x successes this autumn. Critics has overloading it with superlatives, being described as “Has some of the most touching moments in Norwegian television over the last years” as well as “Hits you right in the heart… tear dropping beautiful and gets you instantly hooked”/”Mamma Mio, what a beautiful series”. Series 2 is already commissioned. Premiered: the 15th of August on TV2 Sumo Norway/produced by Anti 2019
We are at Sunny Side Camping, a small and charming camping ground next to the Oslo Fjord. The guests make sure that something is always going on, and the regulars have their caravans in the best spots. “Come as you are” is a warm, humorous musical series about life at a camping site, where the songs of Ole Ivars constitute the series’ backdrop and theme song.
Who killed Birgitte? In 1995, on the small, idyllic island of Karmøy, in Western Norway, 17-year-old Birgitte Tengs is brutally molested and murdered, a short distance from her home.
Perfect Places is a portrayal of the passionate love between two young people, Tobias and Rose. On a summer day they coincidentally meet in Copenhagen. They have nothing in common except being in the same place at the same time. In a magical moment a connection reveals and within the next few months their love unfolds. Each episode is told with an original usage of real time, and emphasizes the focus of the story: youth is experienced in brief moments where life changes radically. The series won Best TV Series at the 2018 Zulu Awards.
Danish true-crime-documentary series on TV2. In 2010 the 40-year-old business man and dad Henrik Haugberg Madsen disappears from a holiday cottage on the island of Enø in Denmark. Two men were convicted with prison sentences, but the police never found a body. But is Henrik Haugberg Madsen even dead, or is he hiding somewhere in a foreign country? TV2’s new Danish true-crime-documentary series ‘Dead man missing’ is in total 6 episodes.
In The Orderud Killing crime-journalist Øystein Milli hunts new possible leads in Norway´s biggest unsolved murder case. In May 1999 an elderly farmer and his wife, Kristian and Marie Orderud and their 46 years old daughter are brutally shot and killed in their sleep in their own home at Orderud farm in Sørum outside Oslo. The triple murder shock´s Norway and the case creates huge media interest.
The most watched local production on TV3 Viasat Norway, with the highest linear TV ratings growth through 4 seasons; Amazing Makeovers has become a monster hit.
A few years ago, they were the number one viral sensation of the world.Now, they're taking the biggest news stories, the cover-ups, the celebrity scandals, and singing them out loud!
Norway's most viewed food and travel concept on television. In USA the program has millions of dedicated viewers across more than 350 channels, covering 48 of 50 states. In Norway the program airs on TV2, the biggest commercial broadcaster in the country New Scandinavian Cooking is a journey through Scandinavia where the program hosts are visiting exciting locations, exploring their unique qualities in food and drink traditions. The program provides spectacular scenic views and encourage wanderlust and appetite wherever the presenters takes us, while telling the story of Scandinavias heritage, flora and fauna.
In this hilarious new comedy series, set along the famous Skjaergaard coast in Sweden, Peter Magnusson shows us that the ups and downs of a Swedish family holiday, is a theme almost anyone can relate to.
Once again it is summer, and the Sea Side Hotel opens for another season. The year is 1930, and the Great Depression looms ominously just beyond the country's borders, but the regular hotel guests have other concerns – especially behind closed doors.