Occupied: Season 3 (2019 - 2020)

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Air date: Dec 5, 2019

Berg forms an interim government in the wake of the Russian withdrawal while the EU pressures Norway to resume its energy production.

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Air date: Dec 5, 2019

Djupvik learns that the new defense minister may have been behind the assassination of Anita; border troops resist EU peacekeepers.

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Air date: Dec 12, 2019

Vold enters the electoral campaign, accusing Berg of corrupt profiteering; Sidorova tries to retrieve her partner, Sorokina, from Russia.

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Air date: Dec 19, 2019

Anti-Russian attacks escalate due to a hate campaign that Berg tries to link to Vold, unintentionally increasing his opponent's popularity.

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Air date: Dec 26, 2019

Linked to Anita's death, Berg suffers in the polls and discovers that Bente's former boss has been spreading rumors via internet trolls.

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Air date: Jan 2, 2020

Berg survives a near-fatal heart attack close to election day but Bente's testimony may lead to his impeachment by the Supreme Court.

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Cast & Crew

Henrik Mestad
Jesper Berg

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Ane Dahl Torp
Bente Norum

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Vegar Hoel
Thomas Eriksen

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Ragnhild Gudbrandsen
Wenche Arnesen

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Ingeborga Dapkunayte
Irina Sidorva

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Øystein Røger
Dag Ottesen

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Janne Heltberg
Anita Rygg

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  • Mar 15, 2021
    1st season was the best ... progressively getting worse. The 3rd season was implausible and silly. Story lines came and went, characters assuming unlikely roles. Pretty scattered and lazy writing.
  • Apr 29, 2020
    Despite a meandering pacing in the middle of the season that sometimes drags on, Occupied season 3 presents us with enough that is new, and enough that is familiar, that the conclusion is rewarding, even if a little bittersweet. Things of note: -I was worried at the 'surprise' introduction of Siddova's girlfriend(?), and although this plot-line follows through just enough to feel satisfying, and sufficiently develops her as her own character- simply by virtue of being so deeply invested in Sidrova's character in the first few seasons, I found it a little difficult to adjust. Not enough is done to raise awareness of lgbtq couples within Russia's homophobic culture, probably due to time constraints, but it's okay- even if I wish I got a little more. -Jesper Berg's plot line was phenomenal, but at times, sustained purely through excellent acting alone. The transition of berg carried through on some of the character arc that I liked so much in the last two seasons- that being said, it could have easily become cliche'd if not for Mestad's subtleties which suggested more than the script actually gives. -
  • Apr 27, 2020
    The first two seasons of Occupied were good, dare I say great; it wasn't a masterful piece of political intrigue à la House of Cards seasons one through five, but it weaved a tale of "What If" with real life events (the 2014 Russian invasion and annexation of Crimea) in such a way that, as you watch people's lives slowly being irrevocably altered by events going on around them, you come to believe that it could happen; and it helps put into perspective the rational European fear of the ever-looming Russian Empire in the 18th century all the way to the Russian Federation in the 21st. That being said, the third season largely fell flat. As an example, it didn't feel plausible that Jesper Berg, the Norwegian prime minister, could suddenly go from a bumbling-politician-turned-freedom-fighter-in-exile in the first two seasons to being a ruthless political mastermind in the same vein as Petyr Baelish from Game of Thrones. Likewise, the European Union's strong sway if not outright manipulation of a non-member country like Norway seemed unbelievable especially once Russian forces were expelled. Speaking of which, Russia itself felt oddly bland: the government itself was represented by the expertly manipulative ambassador Irina Sidorova, but once the Kremlin loses faith in her and she's fired, it becomes a rudderless and faceless oligarchy floating through the story; likewise, quite a bit of time is spent in Russia itself, but we're led to believe that everyone lives in posh hotels and eats at Michelin three-star restaurants as that's only what we're allowed to see, so the character of the country itself is boring, lacks nuance, and is culturally sterile. The ending feels rushed as not all of the plot points are wrapped up, and I write this without sarcasm and exaggeration, the final scene is an overt endorsement of eco-terrorism directed at you, the audience. So if you've watched the previous seasons and you have some free time, flip a coin if you're possibly interested in watching how it all ends, but don't expect to walk away remotely satisfied.

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