The body of a woman is found in the middle of the Oresund Bridge. Half of it belongs to a Swedish politician, the other half to a Danish prostitute.
Trapped in the middle of the bridge connecting Sweden and Denmark, a bi-national investigatory team is put together to solve the crime. Laid-back Danish family man, Martin, and Swedish single woman, Saga, have to work together to stop the horrific staged murders before the terrorist wins over public opinion with his anti-corruption agenda.
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The Bridge - Series 1 is a brilliant, dark Scandinavian thriller, full of surprises and twists and turns to keep you guessing throughout the series. Best of all, there's the wonderful Saga Noren, the dysfunctional Asperger's syndrome policewoman from Malmo, Sweden, who's brilliantly logical but emotionally inept. Watch her try to get information from a man strapped to a bomb with only five minutes to live! By contrast, there's her Danish counterpart, Martin, a laid-back pragmatist with a somewhat murky past and present. Their relationship develops as they work together to find a dangerous serial killer. Unmissable!