It's summer and Sune Anderssons family is planning a holiday in Greece. Sunes father, Rudolf is sulking because then he won't be able to go on his beloved fishing trip. But after seeing how... See full summary »
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 »
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 children's program which has taught the alphabet and numbers to a generation of Swedes. Just like Sesame Street (1969), it manages to make learning fun without treating the audience ... See full summary »
Little Tsatsiki, son of a single mother in Sweden, has never met his father, a Greek fisherman. Tsatsiki befriends a nice but straight-laced motorcycle policeman renting one of their rooms ... See full summary »
The Melkersson family decides to leave the city for the summer to rent a house in the Stockholm archipelago. They come to enjoy the simple life there and all adventures that come their way together with resident family, the Grankvists.
This is one of the few Christmas shows I remember, and it's one of the best ever aired in Sweden. Sunes Jul is the Christmas story of Sune, who is a normal boy with a normal family who is going to have a normal xmas. Of course he doesn't get this as his father (Peter Haber) is an idiot. Everything goes wrong in ways that will make you laugh. Now, it's been a long time since I saw this show so I can't really write about specific moments, but I loved the show, and I hope they will make xmas shows as good as this one was one day.
All hail Sune, master of Christmas, also say hello to his father who is le expert at destroying it.
9/10, you have to see it if you're Swedish.
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