Best new Swedish TV Shows in 2020 & 2019 (Netflix, Prime, Hulu & TV List)
List of the latest Swedish TV series in 2020 on tv and the best Swedish TV series of 2019 & the 2010's. Top Swedish TV series to watch on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Disney+ & other Streaming services, out on DVD/Blu-ray or on tv right now.
CREATOR: Niklas Rockström CAST: Aliette Opheim, Gizem Erdogan & Amed Bozan Fatima (Aliette Opheim) is a Swedish security service agent with a career that is on thin ice. Her life takes a chilling turn when she receives a phone call from someone within a terrorist organization giving her a hot tip a terrorist attack. The caller is the wife of a member of a group of Swedish jihadists. Meanwhile, the teenage girl Sulle has taken an interest in a teaching assistant that takes her more seriously as an adult. Watch the trailer of Kalifat Stream Kalifat via: Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
CAST: Jakob Oftebro, Suzanne Reuter & Based on the best-selling novels by Jan Guillou, agent Carl Hamilton (Jakob Oftebro) is currently on his toughest mission yet. When Stockholm is threatened by a series of brutal bombings and confounding cyberattacks, Carl finds himself treading down a twisty trail of finding the invisible enemy who may have ties to the likes of intelligence agencies from Russia, Sweden and America. The clock is ticking as Hamilton tracks down answers in the action-packed thriller with a character referred to in the novels as a Sweden's James Bond. Watch the trailer of Agent Hamilton Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
CREATOR: Per-Olav Sørensen CAST: Hanna Ardéhn, Felix Sandman & David Dencik A Stockholm prep school becomes the scene of sorrow and tragedy when a shooting occurs. Teenage student Maja finds herself being accused of the murder and arrested as a prime suspect. Told in a non-linear fashion, the show portrays the events through the perspective of Maja, trying to find reasons why such a violent act happened and who else may have been involved. Based on the novel of the same name by Malin Persson Giolito. Watch the trailer of Quicksand Stream Quicksand via: Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
CREATOR: Jonas Gardell CAST: Anton Forsdik, Jacob Ericksson & Ulf Friberg The Days the Flowers Bloom (Swedish Title: De dagar som blommorna blommar) is a drama show set in the Sweden of the Seventies. We follow the Munksås, Törnblad and Elofsson families and witness events that have painful consequences, sometimes immediately, sometimes many years later. Watch the trailer of De dagar som blommorna blommar Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
CREATOR: N/A CAST: David Dencik, Lisa Henni, Gary Lewis, Søren Malling A claustrophobic thriller about a Swedish oil Rig at sea. When a detective and the rig's crew get stuck on the rig, they are also stuck with a murderer among them.... Watch the trailer of Rig 45 Stream Rig 45 via: RELEASE DATE: July 7th, 2020 Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
CREATOR: Leif G.W. Persson CAST: Robert Gustafsson, Maria Sundbom & Johan Ulveson The Truth Will Out or Det som göms i snö is about police detective Peter Wendel and his cold-case team. This time the detective quickly stands at odds with his own team. Watch the trailer of Det som göms i snö Stream Det som göms i snö via: RELEASE DATE: July 7th, 2020 Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
CREATOR: N/A CAST: Helena Bergström, Molly Nutley & Johan Widerberg Maje Silver, a Swedish police offer, returns to her old hometown to visit her daughter, but during her visit a horrible discovery shakes up the small community. Watch the trailer of Saknad Stream Saknad via: 'RATING: 59/100 RELEASE DATE: January 1st, 2017 Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
CREATOR: Hans Rosenfeldt CAST: Sofia Helin, Thure Lindhardt & Mikael Birkkjær A Danish/Swedish production that stepped out of The Killing‘s shadow and made the Scandinavian crime genre its own. Although its main characters might be more unusual, with the police woman being autistic, and with us getting to know more about their private lives than in The Killing, the show is actually a lot more conventionally a thriller show than you might think. In this sense it relies much heavier on the thrilling aspect, and less on the whodunnit aspect. The storyline itself, with as its starting point a dead body that is found exactly where Denmark and Sweden are bordering and forces the two countries to work together, has inspired several remakes. An US one with the Mexican and American police working together, and a British-French one (in the Canal Tunnel). Watch the trailer of Bron Stream Bron via: RATING: 86/100 RELEASE DATE: September 21st, 2011 Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
CREATOR: Ulf Kvensler, Jacob Seth Fransson, Pontus Edgren CAST: Felix Herngren, Malin Cederblad & Mia Skäringer A dentist and his expecting girlfriend move into a chique neigborhood, where they befriend an neighbouring family. The differences prove to be big and hard to overcome. Watch the trailer of Solsidan RATING: 81/100 RELEASE DATE: January 29th, 2010 Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
CREATOR: Lars Lundström CAST: Lisette Pagler, Pia Halvorsen & Johan Paulsen Real Humans is set in a near-future version of Sweden, where consumer-level robot workers and servants are common. These robots look like humans, act like humans and express human-like emotions. If focuses on the relationships real people form with robots and raises the obvious yet interesting question what it means to be human. Real Humans is a decent show, but can be a little soapy. Exploring futuristic themes does not necessary yield entertaining storylines, it appears. Husbands and wives feeling threatened in their sexuality by robots are fun though. Watch the trailer of Real Humans Stream Real Humans via: RATING: 80/100 RELEASE DATE: January 22nd, 2012 Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
CREATOR: Henning Mankell CAST: Kenneth Branagh, Sarah Smart & Richard McCabe The TV series is an adaptation of Kurt Wallander novels written by Swedish novelist Henning Menkell that highlights the life and criminal investigations of a... Watch the trailer of Wallander Stream Wallander via: RATING: 76/100 RELEASE DATE: January 14th, 2005 Netflix | Amazon | All Release dates
With shows like Bron/Broen (2011) and Real Humans (2012) Sweden showed the world how much they worth. Luckily, the list of good shows from Sweden continues to grow.