Drengene fra Angora ( English: The Boys from Angora) is a Danish television satirical comedy series. In Denmark the series has acquired cult status, and their international reputation is such that Kraftwerk wrote the theme music for their 2004 send up of cycling and the Tour de France. ...more on Wikipedia about "Drengene fra Angora"
FC Zulu is a Danish television program on TV 2 Zulu, about 16 nerds, who never had touched a football, trained in 2004 in three months, for afterwards to play against FCK in PARKEN. Against all odds were the able to score a goal. This year returns the incapable nerds, again leaded by the coach duo, Mark Strudal and TNT. This time is the opponent nobody but the Swedish FC Zulu-copy FC Z who FC Zulu beat 6-0. ...more on Wikipedia about "FC Zulu"
Huset på Christianshavn (literally: The House in Christianshavn) is a Danish TV series that aired between 1970 and 1977. It is a production from the company Nordisk Film for the TV station DR. There are 84 episodes. In the former East Germany (GDR), 48 of the episodes have been shown. ...more on Wikipedia about "Huset på Christianshavn"
Matador is a Danish TV series produced between 1978 and 1981. Directed by Erik Balling and written by Lise Nørgaard along with Karen Smith, Jens Louis Petersen and Paul Hammerich, the series is one of the most well-known and popular examples of Danish television, not least because of its accurate portrayal of Denmark in the 1930s and during Nazi Germany's occupation of Denmark in World War II. The distinctive theme tune of the series was composed by Bent Fabricius-Bjerre. ...more on Wikipedia about "Matador (TV series)"
Scandinavia's Next Top Model is a Scandinavian reality television show, based on the original concept from America's Next Top Model. It is broadcast on channel 3 in Denmark, Norway and Sweden by Viasat. ...more on Wikipedia about "Scandinavia's Next Top Model"
The Julekalender was a Danish TV series that ran at Christmas 1991 (a Norwegian version was later made, information about which can be found here). It was written and performed almost entirely by a trio of Danish comedy musicians called De Nattergale with financial and technical assistance from TV2, a Danish television company. It was hugely successful at the time, causing many invented phrases from the series to enter popular culture (at least for a while) and was later released on VHS, and recently, DVD. ...more on Wikipedia about "The Julekalender"
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