Recently the leading streaming service provider Netflix has unveiled the cast list for the new season of Borgen, the hit Danish political drama which is officially set to be relaunched on the platform almost after a decade long-lasting hiatus.
The creator of the series, Borgen is re-teaming with the series’ original stars Sidse Babett Knudsen and Birgitte Hjort Sorensen who are said to reprise for the role as Danish Prime Minister Birgitte Nyborg and television journalist Katrine Fonsmark, respectively, for the show’s fourth season.
Also, few reports say that the star from Netflix’s Danish sci-fi drama The Rain, Mikkel Boe Folsgaard and Lucas Lynggaard Tønnesen have also joined the Borgen cast with Özlem Saglanmak, Simon Bennebjerg, Johanne Louise Schmidt and Magnus Millang.
In addition to this, the cast for Borgen also includes Peter Zandersen, Youssef Hvidtfeldt, Charlotte Fich, Pegah Booyash, Karin Bang Heinemeier, Sussie Nohr, Niklas Herskind, Michael Moritzen, and Viola Martinsen.
Alongside to this cast, the series is also said to include its previous casts including Soren Malling for the role as Torben Friis, Signe Egholm Olsen for the role as Anne Sophie Lindenkrone, Mikael Birkkjaer for the role as Philip Christensen, Lisbeth Wulff for the role as Pia Munk.
Lars Mikkelsen for the role as Soren Ravn, Laura Allen Müller Smith for the role as Nadia Barazani, Jens Albinus for the role as Jon Berthelsen, Lars Knutzon for the role as Bent Sejro.
Peter Mygind for the role as Michael Laugesen, Morten Kirkskov for the role as Niels Erik Lund, Gitte Siem Christensen for the role as Kirsten Sejro.
Angunnguaq Larsen for the role as Jens Enok Berthelsen, Freja Riemann for the role as Laura Nyborg Christensen, and Kasper Lange for the role as Dan Vestergaard.