1. Follow the MoneyDenmarkCrime3 SN | 30 EPS

SYNOPSIS  An apparent industrial accident at a wind farm leads detectives to uncover a web of corruption.

WHAT  Economic crime thriller set in the world of sustainable energy.

WHY  Another winner from the producers of The Bridge and The Killing.

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2. Pros and ConsDenmarkThriller Suspense2 SN | 18 EPS

SYNOPSIS  They swore they'd stay out of the game, and stick to the straight life of being suburban parents. But the lure of one last con, and one big payday, is too much to resist.

WHAT  Some couples go to therapy to save their marriage, others commit crimes.

WHY  Lene and Lars received Best Actor/Best Actress nominations from the Danish Film Awards for both seasons.

3. SexDenmarkRomance1 SN | 6 EPS

What happens when your partner never wants to have sex? In this series about love, intimacy, and figuring out the relationship you want, Cathrine might be missing something with her boyfriend, but will finding it cost her everything?

4. The BridgeSwedenCrime4 SN | 38 EPS

SYNOPSIS  Swedish and Danish detectives must work together to track down a brutal killer.

WHAT  The series that launched Nordic Noir as a genre.

WHY  See the original series that spawned 5 local-language remakes.

5. The KillingDenmarkCrime3 SN | 40 EPS

SYNOPSIS  Available for the first time to North American streaming audiences.

WHAT  Each season follows a different murder case, with each episode covering 24 gripping hours of investigation.

WHY  BAFTA winner for Best International TV Series. Basis for the American remake on AMC/Netflix.

6. Through Greenland - With Nikolaj Coster-WaldauDenmarkDocumentary1 SN | 5 EPS

Nikolaj Coster-Waldau takes us on an adventure across Greenland, and gives us a very personal tour of his adopted country. Meet the locals, get to know the culture, and see how climate change is impacting its breathtaking landscapes.

7. When the Dust SettlesDenmarkThriller Suspense1 SN | 10 EPS

SYNOPSIS  The stories of eight characters whose lives interconnect in the days leading up to and following a terrorist attack in Copenhagen.

WHAT  A look at how people's decisions, even those seemingly inconsequential, affect others' lives.

WHY  Nominated for six television awards.

8. White SandsDenmarkCrime1 SN | 8 EPS

Undercover homicide detectives pose as a married couple looking to start a new life in a seaside town where residents distrust police. While trying to maintain cover, the detectives investigate the murder of a German surfer.

9. JaujaDenmarkDrama1 Hour 50 Mins

Starring Viggo Mortensen, the beautiful, surreal Western follows a captain and his 15-year-old daughter who arrive at a remote military outpost in Patagonia. When she runs away with a soldier, he must venture into enemy territory to find her.

10. Last Men In AleppoDenmarkDocumentary1 Hour 44 Mins

2018 Academy Award Nominee for Best Documentary Feature and winner of the Grand Jury documentary prize at the Sundance Film Festival—follows the efforts of the White Helmets, ordinary citizens who rush into Syrian battlefields hoping to save lives.

11. The Act of KillingDenmarkDocumentary2 Hours 40 Mins

Filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer and documentary titans, Werner Herzog and Errol Morris examine a country where Indonesian death squad leaders are celebrated as heroes, challenging them to reenact their real-life mass-killings.

12. The AmbassadorDenmarkDocumentary1 Hour 33 Mins

Respected Danish journalist and documentarian, Mads Brügger poses as a Liberian Ambassador as he goes undercover into the African blood diamond trade. Brügger finds himself in exceedingly dangerous situations as he exposes corruption in Africa.

13. The Look of SilenceDenmarkDocumentary1 Hour 43 Mins

A powerful companion piece to the Oscar®-nominated The Act Of Killing. After 50 years of silence, a family of survivors discovers how their son was murdered, and who was responsible, after viewing footage of the perpetrators’ reenactments.

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