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Danish mystery is on the cards for Acorn TV in ‘The Sommerdahl Murders’

Danish mystery is on the cards for Acorn TV in ‘The Sommerdahl Murders’

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There’s nothing quite like a sensational murder-mystery to get you amped, and Acorn TV is about to provide some top-notch sensational viewing with the upcoming second season of The Sommerdahl Murders which is set to premiere on Acorn TV on June 21.

Regarded as Denmark’s answer to the much-loved Midsomer Murders, season two of The
Sommerdahl Murders promises more intrigue, drama and detective expertise. Based on the best-selling book by one of Denmark’s most-read authors Anna Grue, the series not only delights murder mystery fans but indulges viewers with a satisfying dose of armchair tourism as it showcases the stunning Danish coastline and its picturesque towns.

Audiences have long had a fascination with Scandinavian crime and whether it’s the hard-edge thrills of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo or the intellectual detective fiction of Wallander, Scandinavian crime is a genre that fans can’t quite get enough of. And The Sommerdahl Murders is another great entry in the genre that crime and mystery fans will surely salivate over.

Check out the all-new trailer for The Sommerdahl Murders below:

Here’s the official synopsis:

Detective Chief Inspector Dan Sommerdahl (Peter Mygind, Flame & Citron, Last Christmas) investigates murders in a lovely Danish coastal town with his best friend, Detective Flemming Torp (André Babikian, Unchangeable, The Protectors), and his wife, Marianne (Laura Drasbæk, Pusher, Lost Generation, No Time for Love), a criminal technician. But Dan’s years of devotion to the job have hurt his marriage, and with Marianne wanting a divorce, Dan discovers his rival for her affections is none other than his best friend. And they all must still work together to solve crimes.

Mark your calendars and make sure you catch The Sommerdahl Murders on Acorn TV on Monday 21 June.

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