Borgen — Power & Glory, also known as Borgen season 4, is officially available on Netflix, and it seems to be even more exciting than the previous installments. The first season of Borgen portrayed the story of how, against all odds, minor centrist politician Birgitte Nyborg became Denmark’s first female prime minister. She quickly fell out of favor, becoming a businesswoman and public speaker before founding the New Democrats, a new political party.
Birgitte enjoys her post as foreign minister in Borgen – Power & Glory. “Borgen has returned, and it’s long overdue,” Sidse Babett Knudsen adds. “I’ve been anticipating this moment so much that I feel ready to burst.” What a joy it is to be able to ride the carousel with this beautiful character once again.”
Borgen – Power and Glory tackle some of today’s most pressing political topics, including Denmark’s place in the contemporary world, the superpowers’ struggle for control of the Arctic, and, not least, the climate disaster. The central plot is on the battle for dominance and its effects on individuals, both professionally and personally.
Borgen Season 4 Ott Release Date
The fourth season started production on January 12, 2021, in Copenhagen, Denmark, and has already been aired by Netflix in Scandinavian nations such as Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, and Iceland. Netflix will debut this season on June 2, 2022, across the rest of the globe.
What Is Borgen Season 4’s Plot?
Borgen: Power and Glory will follow Birgitte Nyborg on a new political adventure in the fourth season of Borgen. According to the official narrative, “Birgitte Nyborg is the newly appointed minister for international affairs when a drilling firm suddenly finds oil in Greenland.”
An event that, despite Denmark’s ‘big brother’ relationship with Greenland, marks the start of an international struggle for power in the Arctic, and one in which Nyborg must repeatedly accept that when it comes to the international superpowers, Denmark is a minor player – and an unruly one at that.
“The season will also follow Katrine Fnsmark’s (Birgitte Hjort Srensen) adventures.” Birgitte is returning to journalism in the new season after working for a time as Birgitte’s director of the press. She has landed a position as the head of a large, national television station’s news division.”
The show’s leading actress, Sidse Babett Knudsen, said she had “sky-high hopes” for the show’s renewal.
“It’s about time we got back into Borgen,” says the narrator. “I’m ready to explode with excitement since I’ve been expecting this moment for so long.” “I’m excited to meet all of the new characters, both on and off camera (and behind the desks), as well as reuniting with the ‘old ones’ from the first seasons,” she said.
“You should be careful what you say, but I’m excited about this idea.” Above all, I am looking forward to seeing Birgitte Nyborg again. What a delight it is to be able to ride the carousel once again with this great character.” Borgen, a Danish political drama, will return for a fourth season in 2022, more than ten years after the last episode aired.
In January 2021, Sidse Babett Knudsen (Westworld) will reprise her iconic role as Birgitte Nyborg, the fictionalised version of Denmark’s first female Prime Minister. The fourth season of Borgen: Power and Glory will find Birgitte in her role as Minister of Foreign Affairs, dealing with a new dilemma.
Who Stars In Borgen Season 4?
Birgitte Nyborg, played by Sidse Babett Knudsen, is a centrist politician who finds herself unexpectedly in power. Knudsen has gone on to star in Westworld, Electric Dreams, Ted Lasso, and Roadkill after season 3 of Borgen.
Katrine Fnsmark, a notable journalist and one of Birgitte Nyborg’s political opponents, is played by Birgitte Hjort Srensen. Sørensen is a prolific actor who has appeared in various Danish films but is most well-known in the United Kingdom for his performances in Game of Thrones, Midsomer Murders, and Miss Marple.
Torben Friis is played by Sren Malling again. Malling has also appeared in TV shows such as The Killing, (Normal Age) Wallander, and The Investigation.
Mikkel Boe Flsgaard, Lucas Lynggaard Tnnesen, Zlem Saglanmak, Simon Bennebjerg, Johanne Louise Schmidt, and Magnus Millang have all joined Borgen’s ensemble as new characters for Season 4.