Eva & Adam

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Eva & Adam
Genre Drama - Family
Created by Måns Gahrton, Johan Unenge
Starring Ellen Fjæstad
Carl-Robert Holmer-Kårell
Ulrika Bergman
Erik Johansson
Anki Larsson
Magnus Nilsson
Pablo Martinez
Country of origin Sweden / Denmark
Original language(s) Swedish
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 16
Production
Producer(s)

Svensk Filmindustri (SF)

Sveriges Television (SVT)
Location(s) Stockholm (Liljeholmen)
Running time 28 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel SVT Drama
Audio format Stereo
Original run January 31, 1999 – April 15, 2001

Eva & Adam (Eva och Adam) is a Swedish TV series consisting of two seasons. The original airdate for the first episode was 30 January 1999.

The show is about a boy, Adam Kieslowski, and a girl, Eva Strömdahl. Adam has Polish ancestry; his father is Polish.[1] Eva is a Swedish girl.[1] The two children live in Liljeholmen, a district of the Swedish capital Stockholm. During the show, Eva and Adam fall in love. Sometimes there are obstacles, but after a while (mostly in the second season) a true love has developed. Other storylines in the show include friendship and bullying.

The show is based on the comic books with the same name. There was also a successful feature film made, called Eva & Adam - Fyra Födelsedagar och ett Fiasko (Eva & Adam: Four Birthdays and a Fiasco).

Adam Kieslowski[edit]

Adam Kieslowski is played by Carl-Robert Holmer-Kårell.

Adam's father was born in Poland. In the first season, Adam is 12 years old, in the second season he is 13 years old and in the movie he is 14 years old.[citation needed]

Other characters[edit]

  • Eva Strömdahl
  • Tobbe Strömdahl
  • Annika
  • Alexander

Broadcast history[edit]

Eva & Adam has been broadcast in Scandinavia, Germany (Kika) and the Netherlands (Z@pp).

Source[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Eva och Adam: Season 1 Episode 1

External links[edit]