'the Castle' was one of the DR's greatest successes, both nationally and internationally, where dramaseriens three seasons in the degree was to put Danish television on the world map.
Back in april revealed the DR so that the popular series, which first premiered in 2010 with Sidse Babett Knudsen in the title role of the politician Birgitte Nyborg Christensen, will return in 2021.
the Prospect of again having to get down to work as Birgitte Nyborg Christensen, when filming starts at the beginning of 2021, sees 51-year-old Sidse Babett Knudsen in the degree forward to.
It told she, en Ekstra Bladet met her for the premiere of the film 'the Exception', in which she plays one of the lead roles.
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- I am me so much. I am simply so much. It is so exciting. Great, she said to the attending press.
Sidse Babett Knudsen is looking forward to once again playing the role of Birgitte Nyborg. Photo: Mike Kollöffel
she lifted at the same time blurred for a little bit of the action for the upcoming season of 'Castle'.
- I know very little about the action. It will be one story. So on the way it will be a little different than the last, where it was episodes. It is one big story. But otherwise I don't know so much yet. But I am really very, it sounded far from Sidse Babett Knudsen.
Sidse Babett Knudsen was a big smile on the red carpet, when she told about 'the Castle'. Photo: Mogens Flindt
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Previously the DR in a press release also revealed a little about the plot for the upcoming season of 'Castle'.
- When we meet Birgitte Nyborg again, she is newly appointed foreign minister after a long period in opposition, and here challenged, she of a series of events that grow in importance, and that ends up threatening both her position in the government, but also Denmark's relationship with its close allies, it sounded in the context of the DR in a press release.
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again, It's Adam Price, who is behind the script for the series, which first aired on DR, but which later become available to the whole world on the streaming service Netflix.
Photo: Mogens Flindt