Annika Bengtzon: Crime Reporter - Episode Guide

Season 1

Nobels testamente

Episode: 1x01 | Airdate: Jun 20, 2012

Nobels testamente

At the Nobel Banquet reporter Annika Bengtzon is witness to the attempted murder of a nobel laureate and murder of a scientist. A terrorist group from Germany takes the credit. As Annika digs further into the events surrounding that night, all is not what it seems.

Prime Time

Episode: 1x02 | Airdate: Jul 4, 2012

As the recording of a TV show has come to an end, a popular television presenter, Michelle Carlsson, is mysteriously killed. Annika Bengtzon, a workaholic and a criminal reporter at the tabloid Kvällspressen, takes the chance to escape from a holiday celebration with her husbands family and drives off to the manor where ten suspects are being held for interrogation by the police. Among the suspects are her friend Anne Snapphane and two colleagues from Kvällspressen.

Studio Sex

Episode: 1x03 | Airdate: Jul 18, 2012

The corpse of a young woman is found in a public park. Annika Bengtzon, a criminal reporter at the tabloid Kvällspressen, starts researching and gets more and more personally involved as she learns that the victim worked as a stripper at the club Studio sex and was brutally murdered. Evidence arises that the Minister of Finance was present at Studio sex on the night of the murder, and a political scandal ensues. But things are not as they appear.

Den röda vargen

Episode: 1x04 | Airdate: Aug 1, 2012

A female reporter stuggles to solve various crimes while dealing with her complicated relationship with the father of her children


Episode: 1x05 | Airdate: Aug 15, 2012

A policeman is found dead in his bed. His son Alexander is missing. The police and Annika Bengtzon a crime reporter try to solve the murder and find the missing child simultaneously.

En plats i solen

Episode: 1x06 | Airdate: Aug 29, 2012

A Swedish family is found murdered in their home in Costa del Sol in southern Spain - all except the 16-year-old daughter, who has disappeared without a trace. Is it a burglary gone wrong?