Borgen Season 4 Release Date: How Many Episodes Are in Season Four of Borgen?
Season 4 of Borgen returns to our televisions nearly nine years after the last season. Netflix announced the fourth season in 2021, and it is finally ready to be released on the streaming site.
The upcoming season of the Danish television series Borgen: Power & Glory will be released in two waves this time.
Interestingly, the new season is already available on Netflix in Iceland, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, and Norway, among other Nordic nations. Let’s determine when the global release of the political drama will be.
What Are the Release Date and Time for Season 4 of Borgen?
The fourth season of Borgen will premiere on Netflix on June 2, 2022, in the westerly hours. Below are the release schedules for your time zone:
- Pacific Time: 1 AM
- Central Time: 3 AM
- 4 AM Eastern Time
- British Time: 9 AM
- European Time: 10 AM
- Indian Time: 1.30 PM
- Greenwich Mean Time: 8 AM
The plot of the film Borgen
Power & Glory focuses on the newly appointed minister of foreign affairs, Birgitte Nyborg. In the meantime, the plot will also focus on Katrine Fnsmark, Birgitte’s former supervisor who now oversees a larger department.
In addition to returning characters, new characters will be introduced in the most recent season. In addition to highlighting some of the most major political topics, the show will demonstrate the personal and professional effects of the desire for power and authority.
In all honesty, it would be fascinating to observe how these personalities have evolved over the past decade. In addition, it is essential to re-stream the first three seasons before beginning the fourth.
Borgen Cast for Season 4
The following actors are confirmed for their roles in Borgen: Power & Glory.
- Sidse Babett Knudsen as Birgitte Nyborg
- Birgitte Hjort Sorensen as Katrine Fønsmark
- Mikkel Boe Følsgaard as Asger Holm Kirkegaard
- Simon Bennebjerg as Oliver Hjorth
- Magnus Millang as Rasmus Gren Lundbaek Ozlem Saglanmark as Narciza Aydin
- Søren Malling as Torben Friis
- Svend Hardenberg as Hans Eliassen
- Lucas Lynggaard Tønnesen as Magnus Nyborg Christensen
- Jens Albinus in the role of Jon Berthelsen
- Peter Mygind as Michael Laugesen
- Mikael Birkkjær as Philip Christensen
- Freja Riemann as Laura Nyborg Christensen
- Lars Knutzon as Bent Sejrø
- Lisbeth Wulff portrayed Pia Munk.
- Morten Kirskov as Niels Erik Lund
- Kasper Lange as Dan Vestergaard
- Lars Mikkelsen as Søren Ravn
- Laura Allen Müller Smith as Nadia Barazani
- Signe Egholm Olsen as Anne Sophie Lindenkrone
- Johanne Louise Schmidt as Prime Minister Signe Kragh
- Sidse Babett Knudsen, who portrays the bike-riding politician Birgitte Nyborg, and
- Birgitte Hjort Srensen, who portrays the journalist Katrine Fnsmark, are returning to the show, along with other original cast members.
And following the announcement that Netflix has acquired the series’ rights, it has been revealed that Borgen will be adding several actors from Netflix’s Danish series The Rain, including Mikkel Boe Flsgaard, Lucas Lynggaard Tonnesen, Ozlem Saglanbak, Simon Bennebjerg, Johanne Louise Schmidt, and Magnus Millang.
Pilou Asbk, who portrayed the influential spin doctor and broadcaster Kasper Juul in the first three seasons of Game of Thrones, will not be returning for the fourth season. In the series, the character shares a child with Katrine.
How Many Episodes Are in Season Four of Borgen?
Season four of Borgen will consist of eight episodes.
The following episode names for the entire season have been confirmed.
- The future will be Female
- The Better Alternative
- Inuit Nunaat: The People’s Land
- The Minister Refuses to Comment on Denmark’s Near-Arctic State Power
- Simply Make It Disappear, Mother of the Sea
- The unknown is if the series will return after these episodes.
What Is Season Four of Borgen About?
The title of the fourth season of Borgen is Borgen: Power and Glory, and it will chronicle Birgitte Nyborg’s new political path.
“Birgitte Nyborg is the newly appointed minister of foreign affairs when a drilling company discovers oil in Greenland,” states the official summary.
An event that marks the beginning of an international struggle for power in the Arctic, and one in which the otherwise experienced politician Nyborg must repeatedly accept that despite Denmark’s “big brother” relationship with Greenland, when it comes to the international superpowers, Denmark is the minor player – and an unruly one at that…
“The season will also chronicle the trip of Katrine Fnsmark (Birgitte Hjort Srensen). In the new season, after serving as Birgitte’s head of press for a period, she has returned to journalism as the director of the news department of a huge, nationwide television station.