Bron/Broen (The Bridge): Season 3 (2015)

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When a prominent Danish gender campaigner is found murdered in Malmo, Swedish detective Saga Noren is assigned a new Danish colleague to help with the investigation, but their relationship does not get off to a good start with feelings still running high about her involvement in sending her previous Danish partner to jail for murder.

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With the detectives now working on two so-called 'clown murders', a prime suspect is the traumatised son of the first victim, who is on the run. The usually phlegmatic Saga is distracted from the investigation by the unwelcome appearance of her mother, who insists on showing her a medical file, hoping to find a resolution to their estrangement.

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The Malmo police have received a ransom video from Hans's kidnapper. Saga is beginning to show signs of the strain she is under when her mother arrives at the station unannounced. Henrik interrupts the less-than-maternal meeting to say that victim Helle Anker's car has been found, which in turn leads to gruesome find at an amusement park.

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Rikard Jonsson has escaped after violently attacking another victim. Saga believes that he may attempt to visit Lise Friis Andersen, but on visiting her house discovers that he has taken a hostage.

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Saga and Henrik interview the estranged sister of the latest victim, who mentions that he had been cautioned after complaints from some of his pupils. Whilst nursing the hospitalised Hans, Lillian discovers a wound inside his cheek and Saga immediately orders the re-examination of previous victims.

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A sceptical Henrik and Saga are initially unimpressed when a young art curator suggests a connection between the murders of Helle Anker and Lars-Ove Abrahamsson and the brutal attack on Hans, but his theory leads them to interview Freddie Holst, successful businessman with an substantial art collection. The detectives are called to yet another victim whose mutilation seems to be the work of their serial killer.

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Burglars make the gruesome discovery of two new victims, which Henrik recognises reflect the title of another of Freddie Holst's artworks called Cancel Christmas. The victims were foster carers and, whilst the team await a list of their charges, Saga and Henrik receive a breakthrough lead from John's new girlfriend Tina, who has been staking out the Holst house.

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When Emil Larsson is found injured and dazed, it becomes obvious that he is a victim rather than a suspect in the mysterious serial killings. Following the leads that he gives them from his hospital bed, Saga, Henrik and John locate the property where he has been held captive. It is owned by someone who was fostered by the Johanssons at the same time as Emil.

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A captive Jeanette gives birth to Freddie and Asa Holst's surrogate baby and is located by Freddie using a tracking device, but not in time to find his missing baby. With all resources being utilised to investigate the kidnapping, Saga is brought back from suspension and she and Henrik follow a tip that Claes Sandberg is behind the abduction.

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Rasmus has discovered Freddie's abandoned helicopter in a disused concrete factory and is told to wait for back-up.

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Detectives from Denmark and Sweden join forces to catch a killer when a body is discovered on a bridge that connects the two countries.

Critic Reviews for Bron/Broen (The Bridge) Season 3

All Critics (1) | Top Critics (0)

Is The Bridge the same without Martin/Kim? Of course it isn't. It's different. But the good news is it's still brilliant, just differently brilliant.

Oct 24, 2017 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Bron/Broen (The Bridge): Season 3

  • Feb 26, 2018
    Excellent crime series
  • Jan 10, 2018
    Removing main character is not good idea.
  • Mar 19, 2017
    This is more a review about all 3 seasons. I chose to watch the Nordic version as I find myself getting more interested in international fare, particularly suspense and mystery. Because the bridge refers to the Oresund Bridge linking Sweden and Denmark, the location even makes it a bit more chilling. Sofia Helin is the star and my favorite character. She's a blend of imperfect beauty, psychological flaws, brilliance and depth which result in her possessing limited social skills which can be viewed both as brutally honest to a fault which causes an element of humor. Her character skillset is central to how she goes about solving gruesome crimes. Each 10 episode season has its own central theme and watching all three seasons in order provides for better continuity and becoming more intimate with all the characters. The themes are creative and dark and remind me somewhat of Criminal Minds. Sofia provides the emotional impact that might cause anyone to reflect on their own flaws. I really enjoyed all of the series, but they sometimes dragged on a bit. The other criticism is that there are subtitles for this version which makes following what is going on a little more awkward. However, you get a feel for the culture, language, geography, and physical layout of Sweden, in particular. 2018 will mark the 4th Series installment. I can hardly wait.

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