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How Many Episodes Of "Bron/Broen" Have You Seen?
When a body is found on the bridge between Denmark and Sweden, right on the border, Danish inspector Martin Rohde and Swedish Saga Norén have to share jurisdiction and work together to find the killer.
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The chair of the Malmo city council is found dead right on the Danish-Swedish border on the Øresund bridge between Copenhagen and Malmo - the corpse cut in half at the waistline. Detective Saga Norén of Malmo CID is applied to the case and soon learns that the lower half of the corpse belongs to a yet unknown Danish woman. She is forced to team up with her Danish colleague Martin Rohde, who is slightly irritated by her unusual manners. At the same time, Göran Söringer is brought to Copenhagen's Rigshospitalet to receive a heart transplant. At arrival he is considered too weak for surgery and the heart ready for him is given to another recipient. His wife Charlotte offers the hospital a new CT scanner if they find her husband a new heart in time. Veronika suffers from the relationship with her violent, drug-dependent husband Sören. Social worker Stefan Lindberg offers her the possibility to start a new life if she is willing to leave Sören behind. Meanwhile Norén and Rohde identify the car that was used to get the corpses onto the bridge. It belongs to Daniel Ferbé, a young journalist. Ferbé finds himself trapped in that very car together with a running clockwork bomb and a few minutes left on the timer just as Norén and Rohde arrive on the scene.
The bomb in Daniel Ferbé's car did not go off. Instead, the car's CD player put out a disc that contains a message from the murderer, which is also published on a website. He deplores five grievances of society, the first of which shall be highlighted by the murders. Norén traces back the website of the murderer to a server of the Danish CID and Rohde reopens the case of the second victim, a Danish prostitute who disappeared more than a year ago, and obtains her diary. Eventually Charlotte Söringer manages to get her beloved husband his heart transplant. Shortly after Göran wakes from anesthesia he suffers a relapse, but not before telling Charlotte that he wants to split up. While Rohde copes with tensions between his current family and his elder son and Norén picks up a guy in a bar, Daniel Ferbé is contacted by the murderer. He provides Ferbé with material to support his accusations. Ferbé publishes his findings and by this triggers a public discussion about the murderer's motives. Stefan Lindberg by chance discovers the record of a young homeless woman and recognizes her as his little sister Sonja. He starts searching for her, but just as he finds her she collapses. Just when Norén discovers a lead on the corpse, Ferbé is contacted by the murderer a second time.
To draw attention to the increased number of people falling through the cracks of society, the killer kidnaps a homeless man and demands a large ransom from four landlords for his survival. So what is the price of a human being after all?
A rogue policeman is killed by someone in uniform. The detectives believe that the killer for whom they are searching was the killer. They also now suspect that the killer may indeed be one of them - that he is actually is a cop.
Because the detectives suspect that a policeman is involved, a profile of the killer is developed and several police fit the profile and a search among them begins. The hunt continues and a particular suspect is found.
A tanker is heading towards the bridge. When it is boarded by the coastguard the crew are discovered to be missing. The only people on board are five youths, drugged and chained. Saga and Martin are assigned to investigate the case.
Four individuals wearing animal masks post a video online claiming responsibility for the tanker Saga and Martin are investigating. Deaths are reported of people eating poisoned food. Are the cases connected?
Martin visits Jens in prison and seems to be getting to him. As they re-interview witnesses Saga suspects a statement has been tampered with. Laura regains consciousness and remembers what her assailant looks like.
When a well-known gender theorist, and owner of Copenhagen's first gender-neutral preschool, is found murdered at a construction site in Malmö, Saga has to cooperate with a new Danish colleague, Hanne, who has difficulty accepting Saga.
The police receive a video demanding a ransom in exchange for Hans' release. They manage to locate him, but when they are about to free him, they find that his kidnapper has been shot and Hans has been abducted again.
Lillian discovers a wound in Hans' mouth, which turns out to be a branding mark. The other two victims are examined again and they also have the same kind of branding mark. The perpetrator is probably branding his victims, but for what?
An older couple is found murdered in a spectacular fashion in their house outside Ystad. They have a connection to a piece of art and they both have branding marks in their mouths, just like the previous victims.
Almost two years later - A woman is brutally murdered on Pepparholm island at the base of the bridge. It turns out that the murdered woman is Margrethe Thormod, General Director of the Migration Agency in Copenhagen, and there may have found a motive in the scandal around a deportation decision that has gotten a lot of attention, and recently affected Margrethe personally. Henrik Sabroe starts to investigate the macabre murder with his Danish colleague, Jonas Mandrup. Henrik misses his colleague Saga Norén, who is incarcerated in the women's prison in Ystad, convicted of murdering her mother. Henrik knows that Saga is having a hard time in prison and visits as often as she will let him. He wants her to help him with the new case, but Saga points to the fact that she isn't a police officer anymore and can't help him. The same thing applies to Henrik's missing children, Saga can't help and Henrik is on the brink of giving up his search.
Henrik and his new colleague, Jonas, continue to investigate Margrethe Thormod's murder. Their two main leads are the radical leftist group, Red October, and the missing refugee, Taariq, who has gone underground after having his asylum application rejected. Margrethe's husband Niels Thormod is grieving and doesn't think that the police are doing enough to find Margrethe's killer. Saga is in the hospital. She has now been declared innocent and wants to start working again. Henrik wants to have her on the investigation and Lillian finally accepts this. Saga quickly engages in the investigation and works almost twenty-four hours a day. Another murder victim is found in Sweden. There are connections to Red October, and a connection to Margrethe Thormod's murder as well - Henrik can't stop thinking about his missing daughters, but he wonders if he will have to, in order to move on. Saga doesn't listen to Henrik's doubts and continues to try to investigate what happened to them. She finds new information about Henrik's wife, Alice, that she has to look into.
Henrik and Saga suspect that Taariq and the disappeared expert on radical leftist groups are hiding something, and they cooperate when it comes to revealing this, but they are not on the same page in regards to how they should handle the homeless girls, who are still refusing to tell anyone their true identity.
Taariq recognizes a car related to the case. He wants to push the owner for money, but is himself accused of robbery. Saga fears that will be more murders and Henrik's efforts for the homeless girls ends up in disappointment.
Saga and Hendrik keep searching for a link between the murder victims. Lilian is reprimanded by her superiors. Dan finds out where his ex-wife and son are and causes trouble. The relationship between Saga and Hendrik is tested to the limit and may have hit its breaking point.
The inquiry into Tommy continues and Solveig still refuses to cooperate. She talks neither with Saga nor Jonas. The question is how long they can keep her in holding if they do not obtain any evidence. Lillian is still under pressure from the management to find the culprit, and now it seems that there is a leak in the department. In the meantime Saga makes a breakthrough in the search for Henrick's family.
Henrik and Astrid are trying to get used to being father and daughter again. Meanwhile Saga gets a breakthrough and the murderer is revealed and arrested under dramatic circumstances. The murderer even confesses to the six killings/revenges. But Saga discovers something which doesn't fit. She goes back to the prison in Sweden and talks to the girl who almost killed her, and here she gets a terrible suspicion: there is another killer - and there is still one person left to be a victim!