With Mia dead and Jens discredited, hence all evidence burnt, Alf considers the case hopeless, but Mads insists to work out the real accounts, which show Energreen is virtually broke. Mads sneakily ...
Dicte is a dedicated reporter and refuses to give up before she has her story. Her stubbornes gives her problems immediately with the policeman John Wagner, and they often get into clashes with each other.
Bjørn investigates the killing of his daughter. People around him believe she might have committed suicide, but he doesn't accept that. Both the stakes and the suspense rise relentlessly as Bjørn inches closer to the truth.
Alma Ekehed Thomsen,
When a body is found in the water near a wind farm, detective Mads is charged with investigating what seems to be an accident. The victim worked at Energreen, one of the most successful energy companies in Denmark lead by charismatic CEO Alexander Sodergren. Does Sodergren know more his employee's death?Written by
David van Hulzen
The series was broadcast subtitled in the UK on BBC Four from March 2016 under the title Follow the Money. See more »
Watched two series,but not up to the third
I have watched the first two series, but I do not plan to watch the third. It is entertaining enough, with good enough acting (which means expressions and body language since I depend on the subtitles) and intelligent scripts. And at least Mads, the lead cop, is not totally stereotypical. He is your standard aggressive, not quite play by the rules cop, who rushes around getting into trouble with his superiors by his impetuous moves. But even though he is driven and lets the case consume him, he is an often gentle and caring husband and father. So he doesn't fall into that easy cliche of a cop who destroys his marriage and family. And his partner on the Fraud squad has depth as a character.
There are plenty of side plots during both series that I won't go into in any detail. Discover them for yourself. I will say that both series followed the same pattern, where the bad guys always seem to be one step ahead, like super villains, leaving the cops scrambling behind them, weakened by having to follow the rules of evidence and police policy. So I have decided not to find out if the third series follows the same pattern, plus it looks like there is only one character brought forward from series one and two. I had gotten used to the cast . So I wouldn't discourage anyone from watching this program just because my interest has waned.
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