The recording of the new original Netflix series, "Ragnarok", has just begun in Odda. Netflix reports this in a press release.
In the cast list we find David Stakston, Jonas Strand Gravli, Theresa Frostad Eggesbø, Herman Tømmeraas and Emma Bones.
Both Tømmeraas and Stakston are known as "Skam". Timmeraas played the role of Penetrator-Chris while Stakston played Magnus.
"Home path" and "July 22"
Also Emma Bones has made her mark on TV, in the role of Camilla in NRK's "Heimebane" series.
Jonas Strand Gravli played Viljar in the July 22 feature film of Netflix, "July 22."
In the series we also find famous actors like Bjørn Sundquist, Henriette Steenstrup, Odd-Magnus Williamson, Synnøve Macody Lund, Line Verndal and Fridtjov Såheim and Gísli Örn Garðarsson.
History of the Nordic currency
Award-winning screenwriter Adam Price and producer Sam Productions are behind "Ragnarok," which is released exclusively by Netflix in 2020.
"Ragnarok" is a creative drama built around Norse mythology.
But it is certainly with a new and surprising dispute. The series takes place in the small and fictional village of Edda, located in the middle of the magnificent Norwegian nature.
A new ragnarok
The story is about the inhabitants of Edda, who may not be who they say they are. Together with them, we experience a world of dramatic changes: melting poles, hot winters and extreme rains.
Some would probably say we're approaching a new ragnarok – unless someone steps in on time, Netflix suggests in the press release.
The six-episode Norwegian series is produced by SAM Productions, a producer of Danish screenwriters. Adam Price is a series creator, screenwriter and executive producer, and works with Norwegian co-producer and screenwriter Simen Alsvik ("Lilyhammer", "Next Summer").
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