Follow the Money (Danish TV series)
|Follow the Money|
|Created by||Jeppe Gjervig Gram|
|Written by||Anders August, Jannik Taj Mosholt, Jeppe Gjervig Gram|
|Directed by||Per Fly|
|Starring||Nikolaj Lie Kaas|
Thomas Bo Larsen
|Theme music composer||Tobias Wilner|
|Country of origin||Denmark|
|Original language(s)||Danish, Swedish, English, French|
|No. of seasons||3|
|No. of episodes||30|
|Executive producer(s)||Piv Bernth|
|Producer(s)||Anders Toft Andersen|
|Running time||58 min|
|Production company(s)||Danmarks Radio (DR)|
Follow the Money (Danish: Bedrag) is a Danish financial crime thriller that has run for three seasons and been shown in several other countries.
The original series, set in the renewable energy business in Denmark, was first broadcast in Denmark in January 2016 in ten episodes; it has dialogue in Danish, Swedish, and English. It was broadcast subtitled in the UK on BBC Four from March 2016 under the title Follow the Money. In Finland, the first episode was broadcast on 12 April 2016 on Yle Fem, subtitled in Swedish and Finnish. In The Netherlands, the first episode was broadcast on 7 March 2016, under the title Follow the Money, subtitled in Dutch. In Belgium, Canvas has broadcast the series under the title Follow the Money in pairs of two episodes with Dutch subtitles between 12 March 2016 and 9 April 2016. It premiered in Canada on CBC on 18 June 2016. It has also been shown on SBS in Australia, concluding in June 2016. It premiered in Portugal on RTP2 on 7 December 2016. In Slovenia it was broadcast on Radiotelevizija Slovenija from 15 May 2017 with subtitles in Slovene language.
The second season of the show was broadcast in October–November 2016; this series continues the stories of most of the characters from the first series, but the main focus is on a bank practicing P2P lending and their attempted takeover by a bank whose chair, Knud Christensen, was behind the fraud case investigated in the first season. It was screened in the UK on BBC Four from 4 March 2017.
Screenwriter Jeppe Gjervig Gram revealed in November 2016 that work on a further series of Follow the Money has begun. The third series premiered on the Danish DR1 on 6 January 2019, and 10 March 2019 on the Finnish Yle Teema Fem.
|Thomas Bo Larsen||Mads Justesen||Main|
|Thomas Hwan||Alf Rybjerg||Main|
|Natalie Madueño||Claudia Moreno||Main|
|Esben Smed Jensen||Nicky||Main|
|Nikolaj Lie Kaas||Alexander "Sander" Sødergren||Main|
|Julie Grundtvig Wester||Lina||Recurring|
|Waage Sandø||Knud Christensen||Recurring|
|Claes Ljungmark||"The Swede"||Recurring|
|David Dencik||Simon Absalonsen||Main|
|Sonja Richter||Amanda Absalonsen||Main|
|Søren Malling||Hans Peter||Guest|
|Thomas W. Gabrielsson||Martin Enevolden||Guest|
Reviewers from several major Danish newspapers were critical of the second season. The series' cast and technical aspects such as photography were praised, while the story and the development of the characters were criticized. Berlingske, Ekstra Bladet, Politiken and Jyllands-Posten awarded the second season three stars, while BT awarded it four stars.
|C21 International Drama Awards||2016||Best non-English language drama series||Follow the Money I||Won|
|Robert Awards||2017||Best TV series||Jeppe Gjervig Gram, Anders Toft Andersen, Per Fly||Won|
|Best Actor – TV series||Thomas Bo Larsen||Won|
|Best Actress – TV series||Natalie Madueño||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actor – TV series||Esben Smed||Won|
|Best Supporting Actor – TV series||Nikolaj Lie Kaas||Nominated|
|Best Supporting Actress – TV series||Line Kruse||Nominated|
- "BBC Four acquires new Danish drama Follow The Money". BBC. Retrieved 4 April 2016.
- "Follow the Money review: a Danish drama about wind energy that blows mostly cold". The Guardian. Retrieved 4 April 2016.
- "Nieuwe Deense dramaserie Follow the money". NPO. Retrieved 15 April 2016.
- "Nieuw op Canvas: Follow the Money". canvas.be. Retrieved 15 April 2016.
- Matt Baylis (6 March 2017). "Weekend's TV reviewed: Follow The Money and The Bruce Forsyth Story". Daily Express. Retrieved 15 March 2017.
- "Follow the Money". BBC Four. Retrieved 13 March 2017.
- "Forfatteren bag Bedrag: Vi arbejder på en fortsættelse". DR (in Danish). Retrieved 2017-07-12.
- "Anmelder efter sæsonafslutning: 'Bedrag II' skulle aldrig have været lavet". DR (in Danish). Retrieved 2017-07-12.
|This Danish television-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|