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NordicNoiromance: 10 reasons to love The Bridge

Over the past week I have binge-watched the original Scandinavian TV series The Bridge, series 1 (2011) and series 2 (2013). It was created and  written by Hans Rosenfeldt and starred Sofia Helin and Kim Bodnia as (respectively) Swedish and Danish investigating cops based on either side of the Oresund Bridge which links the two countries. 519 more words

Danish series "The Bridge" hits the charts

One night. In the middle of the Øresund Bridge, the bridge that connects Copenhagen and Malmö. A body is put there, when the lights of the Øresund were switched off. 393 more words

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a letter for you.

For those of you that don’t know, I have signed on to be a short-term missionary with The Bridge after graduation in May.  I sent out some letters mid-December and they may have gotten lost in the midst of all the Christmas cards and traveling that occurred so I figured I’d post it here. 504 more words

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How Crota's End Hard could be different to Normal.

So Crota’s End hard mode is arriving on the 21st of January and I along with a lot of the community are speculating on how hard mode will be changed compared to normal. 379 more words


SOTU Party for The Bridge Cancelled

With deepest apologies having been made to The Bridge, and with great regrets, we announce the cancellation of Tuesday’s State of the Union Watch Party to Benefit The Bridge due to unforeseen circumstances. 63 more words

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John Landgraf: Battle For Best Shows On TV Is 2-Network Race Between FX & HBO

FX Networks CEO John Landgraf kept a TCA tradition, taking a shot or two at premium cable and digital platforms, arguing that FX is as good as them despite not having the same cachet. 646 more words


Ruth Pitter: The Bridge of Faith

The news has been full of sorrow recently; it is of course common for the news to give precedence to reports of suffering, adversity, trial and woe, as unfortunately this is what sells more papers and garners more ‘hits’ – people seem to be (or are at least assumed to be) more interested in the things going wrong in the world than the things going well. 1,009 more words