Dubbed as the most prescient show on television, Borgen-a Danish polish drama became an unexpected hit after its initial run in 2012. The show focuses on the journey of Birgitte Nyborg’s rise to power as Danish’s first female Prime Minister. After its third installment launched back in 2013 and drew media headlines, the series went into a 7-year-hiatus until Netflix showed interest in reviving the show after nine years. Its fourth installment is a separate series in itself that sees Sidse Babett Knudsen as a solitary figure in her new role as a foreign minister. Though it is very early to tell whether fans will see more oF adam Price’s brilliance in another series, we are already looking ahead to a season five with a heart full of hopes. That said, here’s everything you must know about Borgen season five, its airing date, casting details, and more:
Borgen Season five’s renewal update and release date
There is no official word on Borgen’s season five. However, Netflix has ignited hopes in viewers globally for future episodes of the political drama. So, is there any possibility of getting a season five? It is very soon to answer this question considering that its much-awaited season four has just dropped in June of 2022. But Knudsen does not see the series progressing past its fourth installment. When questioned about a possible season five, the lead actor told, “Birgitte is gone.” Nonetheless, the series creator has been slightly optimistic about the show’s future development when he said, “Never Say Never, regarding a fifth part. Adam Price has surprisingly predicted many occurrences in Danish politics ahead of time. Since Adam waited nine years to tell the right story following the events of season three, it may not be a surprise if he returns with another impactable story.
Borgen Season four’s plotline and future storyline
Borgen season four focuses on the discovery of oil in Greenland that jeopardizes Birgitte’s newly formed political party and gives rise to disputes at the international level between Russia, China, the US, and Denmark. In the fourth part, Birgitt has not had to juggle between her work and personal life, so she could devote herself fully to her new role.
It is very difficult to fully anticipate the future plotline of the series at this point. So, we will leave that part for later or fans’ speculations.
Borgen Season five’s casting details
Borgen’s lead cast, Sidse Babett Knudsen returned to the series for a fourth season. Borgen’s success has landed her many roles in the tv and film indusry. Aside from her, the series also brings into the mix some fan-favourites with new faces including:
- Birgitte Hjort Sørensen as Katrine Fønsmark
- Søren Malling as Torben Friis
- Signe Egholm Olsen as Anne Sophie Lindenkrone
- Mikael Birkkjær as Philip Christensen
- Lisbeth Wulffas Pia Munk
- Lars Mikkelsen as Søren Ravn
- Laura Allen Müller Smith as Nadia Barazani
- Jens Albinus as Jon Berthelsen
- Lars Knutzon as Bent Sejrø
- Peter Mygind as Michael Laugesen
- Morten Kirkskov asNiels Erik Lund
- Gitte Siem Christensen as Kirsten Sejrø
- Angunnguaq Larsen as Jens Enok Berthelsen
- Freja Riemann as Laura Nyborg Christensen
- Kasper Lange as Dan Vestergaard
Currently, the cast roster of season five has not been revealed. And that leaves us wondering as to which of our favourites from the original series will make a comeback.
If you have binged it already, Borgen is available on Netflix for viewers all over the world.
Borgen Season five’s trailer
Despite the fans’ excitement about the series’ revival, the showrunners are in no haste to give any spoilers to us. So, we have no trailer for Borgen season five as of now.
Watch this space for more updates on Borgen season five.
Bergen Season 5: Is it Happening?
As of April 2023, there has been no news concerning a fifth season of Borgen. It’s been a year since fans last witnessed the fourth season and at this point, it is uncertain if the series would be back for another season run. But given the popularity of the series, we’re positive the show would return. So for now, let’s continue waiting for more updates.