The popular TV series “Heartbeat” tells the story of all the good and bad that comes with falling in love—not least of how a chance encounter between two people can change lives forever.
In the series, Thea Sofie Loch Næss (25) plays one of the main characters, Mio, who becomes pregnant after ‘One Night’ with Anders, played by Vebjørn Enger (25).
very last season
Now the series is in its very final season, and Loch Næss Good night Norway has told she thinks it would be great to let them do five seasons of the series.
– It’s one of my favorite works. We’ve been so careful to try to keep the same crew and the same people, that it feels like something you created together, she says.
– How does it feel like it’s coming to an end now?
It’s always sad, but it also feels right. Now that we’ve told this story, Mio and Anders can now live in peace, she says.
It’s hard to always know what you want
Loch Næss admitted that there are some scenes she finds more outrageous on her recording than others, but she makes it clear that it’s part of being an actress.
As an actor, you often do small or weak things. You stand in front of a lot of people and do intimate scenes, or you show a lot of vulnerable emotions, which you really only do to yourself in a closed room. But she somehow explains that it’s part of the job as an actress.
In a previous interview with TV 2 Loch Næss said Mio is a character she has become very fond of, and explains in more detail what she loves about the character.
Mio somehow tries to figure out who she is and what she wants with life. She doesn’t always make the right choices, but I also think she’s kind and good, because that’s the way of life. It’s hard to always know what you want, but she tries – and she makes it clear.
“In a familiar fashion, it will be a drama – a triangular drama.”
However, the actress does not hide that she sometimes thinks that Mio can be annoying.
You feel like you’re saying, “Come, meet,” so that’s what I like and what I hate. But that’s often the case, where you can love that someone is a little “messy”, but then you can also be incredibly upset with someone being there, she says.
– What do we expect this season?
“In a familiar fashion, it’s going to be a triangular drama, and you’ll finally know what the end of a slightly twisted love story will be,” says Loch Næss.
– Have you ever been involved in a triangular drama yourself?
I concluded that I had escaped the trigonometric drama.
TV 2 editor Catherine Haldorsen says the series has been a huge success.
– With nearly 200,000 viewers, the “Heartbeat” series was a hit on TV 2 Play. Now we are very much looking forward to the presentation of the fifth and final season of this important, charming and warm series, says Haldorsen.
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