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David Knox July 30, 2014 0

Danish drama series Borgen is back for its third and final season later this month on SBS ONE, tackling the fight for political power and its consequences. This season began in Denmark in January 2013. Two

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2014: Still to Come

David Knox July 9, 2014 33

At the halfway point of the TV year, what else is yet to air?

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Returning: Borgen

David Knox July 9, 2014 0

Danish drama series is back for its third and final season later this month.

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Top of the Lake nominated in BAFTA Awards

David Knox April 8, 2014 1

Top of the Lake has been nominated for a BAFTA Award -but competes with Broadchurch.

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FARGO - Pictured: Bob Odenkirk as Bill Oswalt. CR: Chris Large/FX

Airdate: Fargo

David Knox March 25, 2014 4

SBS nabs the small screen adaptation of Fargo, to air in Australia two weeks after the US.

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Programmer’s Wrap 2014: SBS

David Knox January 27, 2014 11

The FIFA World Cup underpins the entire SBS strategy for the year, says Peter Andrews.

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My Top 5 shows of 2013

David Knox December 10, 2013 30

Here are my 5 (+1) best new shows of 2013.

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Viewers switch off Hostages (or just a coding error?)

David Knox November 28, 2013 22

Ratings: A coding error for two Hostages episodes impacts on its numbers. But Seven wins Wednesday.

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Bachelor wins Wednesday ratings

David Knox November 21, 2013 14

Ratings: TEN's Bachelor finale tops the night with 1.19m for The Final Decision.

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SBS ONE will soon be bumping Prisoners of War  to a later timeslot due to disappointing numbers. From Wednesday, 13 November Borgen will take its place at 9:30pm. 89,000 Children – Birgitte Nyborg has now

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SBS Upfronts: Denton in new Who Do You Think You Are?

David Knox October 30, 2013 9

Andrew Denton, Rebecca Gibney & Lisa McCune join Who Do You Think You Are? for SBS in 2014.

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One vision for Danish drama

David Knox October 30, 2013 4

Danish drama has succeeded because it sticks to the writer's vision, according to cast and creatives in Sydney last night.

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