the Scenes of 'fawlty towers' is still in the studios in Risby at Albertslund, even though the sixth season of the series for the longest time is in the box. It can very easily be interpreted such that the Stig Thorsboe and Hanne Lundblad writes on yet another round of drama from the hotel by the North sea.
- We have ideas and we have the inspiration to write more. It has really brought some new energy to jump six years, as the series makes here for the upcoming season. It is just like a new beginning, as the title is, says Hanne Lundblad, while the Stig Thorsboe confirms that it tidsspringet is part two of 'fawlty towers', there is a hole in the now.
- And it may very well be in six parts, he says.
When TV2 kicks off the upcoming season, is the time screwed up to 1939. The second world war lurking in the wings and gives the 'fawlty towers' a new historical dimension.
- We are looking forward to showing the six sections, which now comes here. We had actually never imagined that we would reach so far time-wise with the series. We had figured to end the 30. January 1933 with Kanslergadeforliget in Denmark and the dictatorship in Germany. It was our sigtemærke, but it is difficult to get rid of 'fawlty towers' and characters. We keep very much of them. Therefore, we have now embarked on a part two, says Stig Thorsboe.
Mate - and the couple behind the 'fawlty towers' has ideas for several sections. Photo: Jonas Olufson
It is not yet 100 percent decided, on part two is published in several sections - in the first game of a season seven. It stresses the Tv2 fiktionschef Katrine Vogelsang.
- Personally I hope that there will be more 'fawlty towers', but only if the right idea is there. 'Fawlty towers' has a very high quality, and it must be to have, if the series must continue, she says.
the Sixth season of 'fawlty towers' has six episodes of between 47 and 50 minutes in duration. There are special forces arrive on Monday 28. January at 20, and there are a number of new faces at the hotel. the Meet them here:
Vera, played by Julie Brochorst Andersen. Mr. Madsen and Thereses youngest daughter and a bit of a bookworm. Photo: Mike Kollöffel /TV 2
Nana - played by Laura Kjaer. The new stuespige that comes from Svinkløv Badehotel. Photo: Mike Kollöffel /TV 2
Leslie - game of a Flame Støvelbæk. Mrs Frighs son, who must take over his father's factory. Photo: Mike Kollöffel /TV 2
Robert Hertz, played by Thomas Levin. Journalist, the jew and the brother of Sybille, who was in the first season. Photo: Mike Kollöffel /TV 2
Bach-Olsen - played by Peter Mygind. Psychologist, who will be summoned to the hotel. Photo: Mike Kollöffel /TV 2
Take Skovgaard - played by Lars Bom. Head of tourism, who dream of more German in Denmark Photo: Mike Kollöffel /TV 2