A Christmas celebration with Burnie and family, a whole new concept of Master Chef and the movie dedicated to transporting the great gold out of Norway during WWII. This is what Viaplay’s fall roster has to offer viewers.
Viaplay has a bunch of great series to entice you when the darkness of autumn begins to slowly descend. Already available is “Nede” with Maria Austgulen in the title role as Fanny, who suddenly finds herself in a wheelchair and faces a number of daily challenges.
Soon, the main project “Fenris” will arrive in six episodes, in which Ida Elise Broch (“Home for Christmas”) plays the main role as a biologist who travels to visit her father – a controversial wolf researcher who has great difficulty in the small frontier village.
“Pørni” is already a fan favorite, returning in December with Season 3, where viewers will experience the Middelthon family’s Christmas celebration, and will develop feelings for “Kripos-Kenneth”, performed by Oddgeir Thune.
Dramarin – Karen Blixen is a Danish drama series from Viaplay in six episodes, with Connie Nielsen as Danish author after she returns to her childhood home of Rungstedlund in 1931.
“Riket Exodus” releases on October 9 and is thus Lars von Trier’s finale to the classic culture series from the ’90s with Bodil Jørgensen, Mikael Persbrandt, Lars Mikkelsen, Ghita Nørby, Søren Pilmark and Alexander Skarsgård. board.
Exciting movies also in store. Towards the end of the year, Viaplay’s first Norwegian feature film was released, the war drama “Golden Transport” with Jon Oegaarden in the lead role as the campaign leader who rescues Norway’s gold reserves from the Nazis. While in November comes “Hilma” Lacey Hallstrom, dedicated to featured artist Hilma F. Klint.
Many reality chains are in store as well. There will be a new season of “The Robinson Expedition” with Silje Torp in the lead from September 5, taped in Malaysia. Viaplay also comes up with its new concept ‘MasterChef – Young Talents’, in which 12 budding chefs aged 14-17 are vying for the title.
Prisoners in the fort
The new and twelfth season of “Prisoners at the Fort” comes just after the new year, with Julie Stromsvog, Ketel Andre Amaudt and Triana Iglesias as presenters of 48 Norwegian celebrities who challenge each other at Fort Boyard in France.
On September 29, Season 8 of “Eventyrlig poussing” with Halvor Bakke, on August 31 there’s a new round of “Luxusfallen” – where the first episode tempts Hallgeir Kvadsheim and Lene Drange to travel to London to meet the woman who’s been tricked by a Tinder-prankster.
Documentaries can also be found on the fall roster: “Wall of the Wall” can already be seen, and Karpe follows for two years as they plan both Skien shows and Oslo Spektrum parties. Later this year, viewers can meet “Outsideren Henrik”, dedicated to mountaineer Henrik Kristoffersen – who promises an “insight and honest look at life” to his relentless and controversial exterior.
Norsk Kremsäcker Season 4 premieres on September 14 and will tackle the Birgit case, the murder of 12-year-old Kristen Joel Johansen and the kidnapping of designer and millionaire Rydar Osen.
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