Emil Svensson lives with his mother and father, little sister Ida, farmhand Alfred, and maid Lina on a picturesque farm in Småland. He is an unusually lively little boy, who just can't ... See full summary »
The Olsson family move into a castle that turns out to be haunted. The kids, with their dim parents oblivious to all the strange things that are happening, are caught in the middle of a big mystery in the centuries old castle.
The first appearance on screen for Bert Ljung, a normal teenager who's diary Swedes have been able to follow in well over ten books now. As in the books, he fights spots, looks for girls, ... See full summary »
Ture Sventon is a private detective who never gets any jobs, but one day something happens when Ville Vessla appears...
The best children's shows are the ones that bring something to both kids and adults. This is definitely the case with Ture Sventon. At the same time as there is excitement and humor for the little ones there are also weird events that adults can appreciate. Like a villain who only consumes raspberry juice, or a crazy refrigerator engineer who has refrigerators everywhere in his house. Not to say the extremely polite Mr Omar, Sventon's helper, who is so humble he never gets to the point of what he is saying, or Ms Jansson, Sventon's secretary, who does nothing but crocheting potholders all day.
In short, Ture Sventon is a lovable TV series filled with lovable characters, and any child or adult should watch it, just to have a cozy time together.
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