The Killing Danish drama, starring Sofie Grabol and Lars Mikkelsen Facebook Twitter Google Tumblr Pinterest Blogger Reddit VKontakt Print Email If you like Scandi dramas, you'll love... Carousel Navigation 1 Related The secret to the success of Danish broadcaster DR: home of The Killing, Borgen and The Bridge Piv Bernth – head of drama at DR – reveals the creative process that enables Denmark's national broadcaster to produce award-winning television Which television detective are you? Are you the sort of sleuth that does things by the book, or breaks the rules to get results? Well, whether you're Broadchurch's Alec Hardy, Sherlock or Sarah Lund, Columbo or Inspector Morse, our quiz will solve the case... Sofie Grabol reunites with The Killing writer Soren Sveistrup for new film The Day Will Come is set in an orphanage in the 1960s and stars Sherlock actor Lars Mikkelsen as a brutal headmaster with Grabol playing a teacher Meet TV's newest detective: Harry Bosch Michael Connelly's books have sold millions worldwide - Huw Fullerton talks to the author about bringing his most famous character to the screen, and takes a look at the Amazon Prime series Sofie Grabol on Fortitude, that Killing jumper and dropping the F-bomb on Radio 2 “I consider my character in Fortitude to be the mother of this community and the thing about the mother is that she has two sides" Sofie Grabol on what happens when you swear on the radio... The Killing and Fortitude star recounts the moment 100 people gasped at her choice of on air language with Simon Mayo Boris Johnson, JK Simmons, Sofie Grabol and Mark Rylance in this week's Radio Times Mark Kermode, Simon Mayo, Archie Panjabi and Gregg Wallace also feature in this week's edition Sherlock and The Killing star Lars Mikkelsen joins House of Cards series three The actor plays Russian presdient "Petrov" in the Netflix drama starring Golden Globe-winning Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright Have you ever lied about having watched a TV show? From Breaking Bad to Borgen, we've all pretended we've seen the shows everyone else is talking about - now's the chance to come clean... Meet Trine Dyrholm, the star of your new favourite Scandi drama The Legacy The new Sofie Grabol plays a brilliant-but-flawed art gallery director in the Danish drama that got higher ratings that The Killing and Borgen... Introducing...The Legacy: the biggest Danish drama since Borgen and The Killing After your next fix of Nordic Noir? We caught up with Trine Dyrholm and Carsten Bjørnlund, stars of Denmark's gripping new series... Forget Nordic noir: when it comes to dark drama, it's all about the Celts We needn't look further than Wales, Scotland and Ireland for our next hit of gritty scripted TV, says Andrew Collins Exclusive first trailer for The Legacy - the new series from the makers of Borgen and The Killing Searching for your next fix of Nordic Noir? Look no further... Controversial filmmaker Lars von Trier to return to TV The Danish director of Melancholia and Nymphomaniac will make English-language drama series The House That Jack Built with the producer behind The Killing The Killing series 1 to 3 arrives on Netflix before fourth series premiere Catch-up on the action before the final episodes launch on the paid-for streaming service Eddie Mair’s ten-point plan to shake up the BBC … and ensure the walls are carpeted Sky Arts snaps up Scandi Noir drama The Legacy Sky's highbrow channel beats BBC4 at its own game by landing the rights to the ten-part Danish drama The Bridge star Sofia Helin on Saga Norén: "Audiences still seem to be fascinated by her" Barry Forshaw gets to know Helin and why she thinks The Bridge has been such a success The Nordic world of interiors Alison Graham reveals her fetish for Scandi kitchens, cupboards and Metro tiles, which was inspired by dramas such as The Bridge and Borgen Nordicana is back with a bang Jon Sadler on the lively, star-packed celebration of Nordic drama on film (not to mention all things Scandinavian) that is storming back to London for a second helping… Scandinavian TV drama is leading the way says Barry Norman Radio Times film critic Barry Norman says our Nordic neighbours have left Britain and American playing catch-up on the small screen Imelda Staunton reveals her top Christmas television and why she loves voicing characters “I realised how lucky I was to sit in a room and do funny voices when I could have a grown-up job,” says Staunton A travel guide to Borgen, The Bridge and The Killing's Copenhagen The Danish capital provides the backdrop for the Scandinavian crime dramas' grisly goings-on and political intrigue... Sarah Lund gets serious about Christmas jumpers The Killing's dogged detective ensures her colleagues get into the Christmas spirit - whether they like it or not Sherlock series 3: Lars Mikkelsen's new villain is "terrifying” says Steven Moffat “You’ll know the angle we’ve taken on Charles Augustus Magnussen within seconds of the episode beginning,” says the Sherlock writer Midsomer Murders cops to team up with The Killing and Borgen stars in Danish co-production Neil Dudgeon's DCI Barnaby will investigate a killing in Copenhagen alongside Nordic counterparts for the show's 100th episode David Blunkett: People with hearing and sight impairments deserve a better TV experience We’re a major sector of the viewing public, and we have the same rights as everyone else who pays the licence fee, says the Labour MP Film DVD round-up: Hitchcock, Beautiful Creatures, Warm Bodies... and more In June 17th's releases: the Master of Suspense takes centre stage, a teenager is bewitched by the new girl in school, and who said romance wasn’t undead? Treme and The Killing US series 3, Cosmopolis and Cloud Atlas - the best new TV and film On Demand Your ultimate guide to what's new on Netflix, blinkbox, LOVEFiLM and iTunes Sarah Millican: I’m going to ignore the dirty bras and warm pants "I am planning a day of telly. I have been working full tilt on the new series of my show and I'm a little backed up..." Eddie Mair: I'm living in a TV time warp As Frank Gallagher and Dougal McGuire entertain Eddie in the evenings, and Olivia Colman reduces him to tears at 6am, what current TV gold is he missing out on? Why Denmark is swapping The Killing for Midsomer Murders The cosy British whodunit is the best-performing imported TV show in the land of Sarah Lund Broadchurch and the best TV whodunits As the country asks "Who killed Danny Latimer?", spare a thought too for JR Ewing, Laura Palmer and Nanna Birk Larsen Arne Dahl on the success of Nordic Noir and taking tips from Prime Suspect "My stories are always about the team, but they are put together and led by Jenny Hultin, who has the qualities of Jane Tennison" Award-winning Scandinavian drama The Protectors - exclusive trailer Check out a teaser for this high-octane Danish drama about an elite police squad The Killing creator Søren Sveistrup developing new crime drama for HBO The Danish screenwriter is reportedly working on a bilingual series for HBO's US sister channel Cinemax Spiral is a subversive, relentlessly dark drama If you think The Killing made continental crime drama cool, you're wrong... The Killing US back from the dead for a third series Six months after being cancelled, the American adaptation of Forbrydelsen is heading back to TV in America Radio Times Top 40 TV Shows of 2012: 40 to 31 The countdown starts here... find out which of the year's best programmes made our critics' list The Killing: Want to live like Sarah Lund? The Danish drama is ending and we're mourning Nordic noir - Patrick Kingsley reveals what life is really like in Denmark... Behind the scenes on The Killing III Sofie Grabol on filming her final scenes, saying goodbye to Sarah Lund and a failed attempt to ditch the jumper Five steps to becoming The Killing's Sarah Lund From getting the right gear to holding those calls - everything you need to transform into Denmark's No 1 detective The Killing creator Soren Sveistrup on what makes the show so special "I often say that you could take Sophie Grabol, you could put her in a box, and you could bury her with dirt - and you would still see the box glowing" Revealed - The Killing trilogy DVD box set design based on Sarah Lund’s jumper All three series of the Danish crime drama will be released in a chic Faroese knitwear-style box before Christmas The Killing USA may come back from the dead American remake of the hit Danish crime drama could get a third series with Netflix, despite being officially cancelled by AMC earlier this year The Killing creator Soren Sveistrup: Sarah Lund will go out on a high in series three Writer confirms The Killing III will be Sofie Grabol's last case - unlike US/UK series that "go on and on" The Killing 3 to air from November on BBC4 Danish crime-solver Sarah Lund is back in a new sweater and with a case that has links to the financial crisis 400,000 viewers investigate BBC4 crime drama Lilyhammer New Scandinavian series fails to match the audiences earned by Borgen and The Bridge The Killing - Sarah Lund's jumper was nearly a poncho “I wanted her to be wearing a poncho like Clint Eastwood" explains director Birger Larsen "The best script since The Killing" heading for BBC2 The show's Danish director Birger Larsen says new British crime drama Murder is "original and intimate"