The new season of Borgen Season 4 (titled differently on Netflix as Borgen: Power & Glory and branded as a stand-alone season) has been launched in the Nordic regions, with the rest of the world expected to get access to the series in June 2022. Here’s the scoop on when you can expect to see the new season.
Adam Price’s Borgen debuted in Denmark in 2010. After three seasons, the show ended in 2013, and fans assumed that was it. It wasn’t until Netflix identified the commercial potential that the show was revived. It was first revealed in April 2020 that DR and Netflix will be working together to produce a fourth season of the popular political thriller.
In September 2020, Netflix made available worldwide seasons 1-3 of the political thriller.
When will Netflix upload the Borgen Season 4?
The debut date for the new season of Borgen is set for sometime in 2022, as was revealed in the series’ comeback announcement. According to a January 2022 report by the host of a Times Radio show, season 4 will premiere on Netflix around the world in the spring of that year.
It has been revealed that the series will debut on Netflix in two separate waves around the world. It’s worth mentioning that, with the exception of Denmark, the series is available only as a Netflix Original there. This is due to the fact that DR1 broadcast the show between the months of February and April 2022.
Netflix describes this season as a “stand-alone continuation of the prior seasons,” so it’s important to note that this is not the first season. This reminds me of shows like Top Boy, where the first few seasons were inevitably canceled.
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What will happen in Borgen Season 4?
Foreign Minister Birgitte Nyborg and her team will continue to be the series’ primary focus. Katrine Fnsmark, formerly Brigette’s head of press, now oversees a sizable division at a major national television network.
Borgen Season 4 Cast
Sidse Babett Knudsen as Birgitte Nyborg
An actress in both cinema and television, Sidse Babett Knudsen is from Denmark. Knudsen won the Robert and Bodil awards for Best Actress in her debut film, the comedic comedy Let’s Get Lost (1997).
Birgitte Hjort Sørensen as Katrine Fønsmark
It’s true that Birgitte Hjort Sorensen is a Dane, an actress. Aside from the Bodil, she has been nominated for three Roberts. Sorensen, who was born in Hillerd but grew up in Birkerd, decided he wanted to be an actor after seeing a West End version of the musical Chicago at his elementary school.
Søren Malling as Torben Friis
Originally from Denmark, Sren Dyrberg Malling has become an international star.
- Signe Egholm Olsen as Anne Sophie Lindenkrone
- Lisbeth Wulff as Pia Munk
- Lars Mikkelsen as Søren Ravn
- Laura Allen Müller as Smith Nadia Barazani
- Jens Albinus as Jon Berthelsen
The climax of Borgen Season 4 should have been aimed directly at the heart
The April 2020 announcement marked the return of the Danish political drama Borgen after an absence of nearly ten years. Just like the rest of the supporters, I was ecstatic to hear the news. As the savvy and shrewd Birgitte Nyborg (Sidse Babett Knudsen) became the country’s first female Prime Minister against all odds, the show had been a source of joy during its original three-season run; a sort of feminist, the European version of The West Wing without the Sorkinisms but with a similarly huge helping of idealism splashed around the halls of Denmark’s Christiansborg Palace. Nyborg would go on to battle a never-ending slew of fellow politicians and warped media mainstays who hoped for her downfall, but she would always remain unfazed and ultimately prevail.
In Netflix’s relaunch of Borgen, titled Power & Glory, Nyborg remains firmly in control of the foreign ministry despite the fact that her New Democratic Party is now in collaboration with the Labor Party. Since she no longer has to worry about her personal life interfering with her work, she believes she is more productive than ever. Birgitte seems more determined than ever to make a difference and still has fresh games to play at Denmark’s political carnival because she is able to focus on the task to which she has devoted her life when she is alone.
When she agrees to aid the oil-hungry Americans in the premiere episodes of Borgen Season 4, all of that fades from view. Greenland’s ministerial counterpart is already dreaming of a prosperous and self-sufficient nation thanks to the finding of oil but for Birgitte the discovery of oil immediately brings up internal tensions.
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After all, her platform rests heavily on environmental concerns, but if Denmark fails to keep Greenland in check, the United States, China and Russia will swoop in to claim the glory for themselves, and a large portion of the Danish population will wonder why its centrist politicians held firm to green energy goals despite losing billions in revenue. Seeing no other out, Birgitte decides to keep hidden the results of a disturbing probe into the ownership of an oil business to give Denmark’s American friends the upper hand. A single favor ends up being the reason Birgitte is brought low.
In Bogan Season 4 we suffer through long, uncomfortable hours of watching our once-reliable, idealistic female protagonist make a series of morally repugnant choices in her personal and professional life. Birgitte’s urge to maintain control drives her to ignore or betray anybody who challenges her authority. Her eager and hopeful son Magnus is the only person in her life who is ready to stick around and oppose her, but even he drifts away in disgust as Birgitte’s corruption takes root.
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