Netflix Unveils Nordic Slate, Including Jo Nesbø’s ‘Harry Hole’

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Netflix has unveiled its roster of Nordic titles, together with Jo Nesbø’s Norwegian sequence “Harry Hole” (working title), a sequence adaptation of Amanda Romare’s novel “Diary of a Ditched Girl” starring Carla Sehn (“Love & Anarchy”), the female-led “The New Force,” and a movie adaptation of Alex Ahndoril’s “The Key Series.”

“Harry Hole” is solely penned by Nesbø, a bestselling crime novelist greatest recognized for “Occupied” and “The Snowman.” Based on Nesbø’s novel “The Devil’s Star,” the sequence is ready in Oslo in the course of the summer time and follows police detective Harry Hole who’s simply been deserted by his girlfriend. On his final mission, Hole has to companion with a corrupt cop to analyze the homicide of a girl. The sequence will likely be directed by Øystein Karlsen (“Exit”)

“Diary of a Ditched Girl,” penned by Tove Eriksen Hillblom (“Solsidan”) and Moa Herngren (“Bonus Family”), stars Sehn as 31-year-old Amanda who, like her mates, desperately craves to be beloved and decides to strive it everywhere in the summer time. Produced by Jarowskij, the sequence is predicated on Amanda Romares’s novel “Halva Malmö” and will likely be directed by Emma Bucht and Susanne Thorson.

“The New Force,” written by Patrik Ehrnst (head author), Elin Randin and Antonia Pyk, takes place in 1958 and revolves round Sweden’s first feminine law enforcement officials graduate who begin working within the nation’s most crime-ridden district. The present will star Josefin Asplund, Agnes Rase and Malin Persson. “Harry Hole” and “The New Force” will launch on Netflix in 2026, whereas “Diary of a Ditched Girl” will premiere in 2025. .

Netflix has additionally ordered the movie adaptation of “The Key Series,” which follows personal detective Julia Stark who’s employed by a rich household to resolve a homicide that has been dedicated at their property within the northwest of Sweden. The movie is being produced by Filmlance.

Jenny Stjernströmer Björk, Netflix’s VP of content material in Nordics, mentioned the “creative industry in the Nordic region is outstanding, with some of the most talented people in the world.”

“We are both thrilled and proud of the fantastic shows we announced today at Next on Netflix. Our members can expect a wonderful mix of films, series, non-fiction, and other great stories from the Nordics,” Stjernströmer Björk continued.

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