"I tweeted Cilla Jackert, the screenwriter for the fine tv series ”Spung” (SVT Open archive), and wondered if the order for all manga such as dragon ball nowadays is a ”Disgrace”. Sour she called on Swedish client on the tv channels to stop nagging ”if they want to have a ’Swedish your’ or ’a Swedish datt’ because they want to have the same success as any foreign series had”. To mimic the becomes namely never innovative, wrote Jackert."
"Which one of all of which paid homage to the Norwegian drama in general, and ”Shame” and ”Unge lovende” (SVT Play) in particular, I felt hit, despite the fact that it was hardly the copies I dreamed about when I desired that we should see and learn from the norwegians."
"Now, a few years later, all of us envied Norway see ”Shame”-the effect pull-in of the Swedish tv landscape, with several new manga such as dragon ball, the tv creators and actors in the wake."
", ”Shame”-creator Julie Andems strategy to face manusarbetet interviewing teenagers about their lives, has inspired ”the Eagles” (SVT Play), a ungdomsserie about love, hockey, and influencers in Oskarshamn that has become so popular that it recently got a second season. "
"With the exception of the method used and certain formal similarities have ”Eagles” in spite of all one's own identity, with a Oskarshamn, which rather has the scent of american soap (”OC”?) than Swedish small town. The creator Stefan H. Lindén has in interviews värjt to call the ”Eagles” for a ”Shame”, but it is quite obvious that this is exactly what SVT had hoped to get."
"Without the ”Shame” was probably not ”the Party” (SVT Play) seen the light of day. The nine kvartslånga sections takes place one summer night in Malmö at a party full of drugs, sex and firearms. On paper, it sounds dark and raw, but the young, charming actors feels ofarligare than fluffy teddy bears. More ”Bullen”-brevfilm than striking ungdomsdrama, if someone remembers läsarfilmerna in the youth of the 90's."
"the Problem is also the tempo, for the right soon feels the party in ”the Party” is by far the longest party you've ever been to, despite the recaps, which provide the change of scenery and depth to the characters."
"Everything is absolutely not bad. There are seeds for something interesting in both ”the Eagles” and ”the Party”, which might have got germinate if you dare to take the step outside of the ordinary ungdomsserie conventions and ”Shame”-templates. Just because a series contains teenagers who drink, knarkar and have sex, which, of course, the girls freely takes the initiative and enjoys, does it not, for example, that it automatically feels modern and realistic."
"at the same time it should be noted that I am hardly the target audience for any series, is there anything in the Jackerts plea that let authors avoid the suffocating orders and let them free to create something truly innovative. Much like NRK seems to have done when ”Shame” became."
"It is rather that, than the series itself, as a Swedish tv should be inspired by."
"... documentary. ”At the heart of gold: Inside the USA gymnastics scandal” (HBO Nordic), describes how Larry Nassar, a physician with the u.s. OLYMPIC team in gymnastics, was able to continue his abuse on young girls for so long. Director Erin Lee Carr, best known for ”Mommie dead and dearest” (HBO Nordic), has made a correct ordinary documentary that mainly becomes strong thanks to the many testimonies. Premiered in the morning."
"... sport. Despite the fact that I dropped hockeyintresset and ended up going on Brynäsmatcher already in their late teens, it is almost impossible to not be affected by ”Hockeyns history” (SVT Play), a documentary series in three parts by Jens Lind. Spectacular life stories out of a hard, and at times violent, work-life where the love of the sport still weigh up everything."
"... sirens. The police's ”celebrities”, another expression of the repeat offenders, drug addicts and the socially vulnerable, is at the center of the first episode of ”Norrlandspolisen” (TV4). It will be a little different type of everyday life which are depicted, than in the more dramatized, ”Cops”-inspired storstadsföregångarna ”Police” (TV4) and ”Södertäljepolisen” (Channel 5)."
"... animals. I miss already The ”great älgvandringen” (SVT Play), live broadcast from Västernorrland, and the joy of suddenly seeing one or more moose show up in the picture, and swim across the River. Antidepp with no side effects. Thankfully, will the live broadcast go to see the replay a whole year to come."
"... Brenda Blethyn. Despite certain överspel she is as lovely as inspector Vera Stanhope in ”A case for Vera” on Sundays at 21 in BBC1. Season six began with a dead woman was found on a heath – this week finds the remains of a man in a cave."