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Das Norwegen der nahen Zukunft wurde von Russland besetzt. Offiziell will die internationale Gemeinschaft die Ölförderung in dem skandinavischen Land kontrollieren, in Wahrheit verfolgt der Kreml aber noch ganz andere Absichten. Occupied – Die Besatzung (Originaltitel: Okkupert) ist eine norwegische Fernsehserie, die in schwedisch-französischer Ko-Produktion entstand und die am Die Fans der dänischen Politserie "Borgen - Gefährliche Seilschaften" werden an dieser neuen norwegischen Serie ihren Spaß haben. Kurzum norwegische. „Occupied – Die Besatzung“ ist ein Zukunftsdrama, in dem ein Richter Strand entwickelten die Serie nach einer Idee des norwegischen Bestsellerautors Jo. Zweite Staffel von „Occupied“, der schwindelerregenden Politthrillerserie über die „friedliche“ Besatzung Norwegens durch ein ölgieriges.
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Add episode. Share this page:. Clear your history. Jesper Berg 24 episodes, Bente Norum 24 episodes, Hans Martin Djupvik 24 episodes, Irina Sidorova 24 episodes, Maja Norum 20 episodes, Anita Rygh 20 episodes, Andrea Djupvik 16 episodes, Harald Vold 15 episodes, Wenche Arnesen 13 episodes, Geir Buan 10 episodes, Stefan Christensen 9 episodes, Bent Hole 9 episodes, Petter Eriksen 9 episodes, Ingvild Friis 9 episodes, Thomas Eriksen 9 episodes, Lukas Pedersen 8 episodes, Astrid Berg 8 episodes, Serkin 7 episodes, Anders Knudsen 7 episodes, Leon Tangen 7 episodes, Karin Rygh 7 episodes, Iljas Musajev 6 episodes, Grete Sundby 6 episodes, Rudolf Teichmann 6 episodes, Dag Ottesen 6 episodes, Ivar Salvesen 5 episodes, Lyubov Sorokina 5 episodes, Terje Rolfsen 5 episodes, Nawaz Khan 4 episodes, Igor Sobol 4 episodes, Sander Ellefsen 4 episodes, Anne de Vibe 4 episodes, Orlov 4 episodes, Roger Bull 4 episodes, Vladimir Gosev 3 episodes, Marie Elvestad 3 episodes, Ellisiv 3 episodes, Karstein Ellefsen 3 episodes, Oskar 3 episodes, Alex 3 episodes, BBC Nyhetsanker 3 episodes, Antti Korhonen 3 episodes, Mina 3 episodes, Politimester 3 episodes, Weland 3 episodes, Anuschka 2 episodes, Zoya 2 episodes, Ihorsky 2 episodes, Emil Berg 2 episodes, Annabelle 2 episodes, Emma 2 episodes, Spartak Sokolov 2 episodes, Artjom Sokolov 2 episodes, Kedrov 2 episodes, Lege 2 episodes, Johanna Portman 2 episodes, Line 2 episodes, Tom Kohler 2 episodes, Fritjof Sundby 2 episodes, Jon Faldet 2 episodes, Geir Eknes 2 episodes, Kokken 2 episodes, Journalist 2 episodes, Tom Peterson, US Embassy 2 episodes, Aslan 1 episode, French TV-Journalist 1 episode, HM's Doctor 1 episode, TV2 Journalist 1 episode, Anita Rygh's Bodyguard 1 1 episode, BBC News Anchor 1 episode, Anita Rygh's Bodyguard 2 1 episode, Vasili 1 episode, Fritjof Sundby 1 episode, General Malikov 1 episode, TV2 News Anchor 1 episode, Anton 1 episode, Atle Frost 1 episode, Lyubov's Gynekolog 1 episode, Hacker 1 episode, Markus Mortensen 1 episode, Dmitri 1 episode, Elbek Musajev 1 episode, Kongen av Norge 1 episode, Bronislav Tomajevski 1 episode, Sverre Vik 1 episode, Harald Aasbakk 1 episode, Vennesland 1 episode, Tordis Haugen 1 episode, Anna 1 episode, Umar 1 episode, Rolf Even Skjelbred 1 episode, Sasha 1 episode, Mann E-tjenesten 1 episode, BBC World Journalist 1 episode, Khan's consulent 1 episode, Konstantin 1 episode, At Frida's house, he raises his doubts about the resistance with Faisal, who states he believes they need to act against the Russian occupation.
The house is then attacked by resistance soldiers, who kill Leon to ensure he cannot expose the truth about the missile strike.
However, he manages to tell Frida shortly before his death. Separated from Faisal, she escapes and informs Rygh.
When Berg's ship enters Norwegian waters, she orders the navy to detain him, but they refuse. With Djupvik's help, Rygh evades the military as they begin occupying Oslo.
She boards Berg's ship, where she threatens him with proof that he staged the missile attack. He agrees to implement her peace deal with Russia if he is placed in charge of the armed forces.
They spin Vold's coup as a temporary measure to maintain order during the crisis, and return to Norwegian shores together.
Under orders from Berg, the military escorts Vold out of the prime minister's office, and he meets with Faisal, to whom he gives a gun.
Stepping ashore at Oslo, Berg is greeting by an adoring crowd. Holding a joint speech with Rygh, he proclaims her as his official successor, and she announces the imminent end of the Russian occupation.
As she is concluding her speech, she is shot by Faisal. Later that night, a distraught Berg returns to the prime minister's office, facing an uncertain future.
After Rygh's assassination, Berg is tasked with forming a new government, and takes Grete Sundby as his new state secretary.
He reluctantly agrees to ratify the peace treaty forged between Rygh and the Russian government, which entails resuming oil and gas production to Europe.
Berg, who was attending the event, narrowly escapes unharmed. He begins working on a register of all Russians living in Norway, claiming he seeks to protect them from discrimination; however, Hilde discovers evidence that the government plans to deport all Russians in the country.
Sidorova has been removed as ambassador to Norway by the Russian government, who claim it is due to her unpopularity with the Norwegian population.
However, she believes it is due to her relationship with another woman, Lyubov Sorokina. Fearing for their safety, Sidorova fakes a Russian assassination attempt against herself to prevent deportation to Russia.
Sundby admits to Berg that Parliament collaborated with the Russian government during the occupation, including a demand to grant Russian residents citizenship.
Berg has Sidorova provide evidence for this in exchange for preventing her deportation to Russia. He convinces the Supreme Court to dissolve Parliament using powers granted by a state of emergency, scheduling elections for September.
Most of the members of parliament are arrested on charges of treason and collaboration. Berg revokes the citizenships of Russian residents, forcing them to apply for residency or face deportation.
He personally orders the deportation of Lyubov, hoping to force Sidorova to leave the country to be with her. Hilde helps overturn the mass deportation of Russians, allowing them to return to Norway, but Lyubov is detained at the airport in Moscow.
Sidorova arranges for Lyubov to be smuggled out of Russia through Georgia ; they cross the border without incident, but Lyubov undergoes an operation in Tbilisi where a small ampoule of poison is implanted in her body.
Sidorova is contacted by a Russian official, who tells her that the ampoule is remote-controlled and that Lyubov will be killed if Sidorova is disloyal to Russia again.
Norum and Maja have moved to Moscow. She seeks to buy a share in a restaurant owned by businessman Igor Sobol.
In response to a border skirmish instigated by Norwegian soldiers, the EU President pressures Berg to disarm border patrols until EU peacekeeping forces withdraw.
Instructed by Vold, a group of soldiers leads an attack against EU peacekeepers at a border post, killing several.
Berg confronts Vold at the occupied post, but Vold refuses to tell the soldiers to stand down. Berg negotiates their surrender. After leaving the occupied border post with Berg, Djupvik decides to attend Andrea's soccer game rather than go back to work.
Shortly after Ingrid drops him off, the car explodes, killing her. Djupvik subsequently resigns from the PST.
During a presentation to the EU energy commission on Norway's oil software development, a virus crashes the system.
Berg visits Njord, an environmental organisation run by Marie Elvestad which researches and develops renewable energy solutions.
After learning that the virus was developed a Njord engineer and cannot be removed, he agrees to promote the construction of hydroelectric dams to power Europe renewably rather than with oil.
He also begin planning to convert Norway's offshore oil drilling platforms into wind power generators, and offers Elvestad the position of Climate Minister if he wins the upcoming election.
At a press conference at a hydroelectric plant, a journalist tells Berg that one of the contractors, Stellux, previously trained Russian oil workers.
Berg subsequently cancels the contract to avoid backlash. He seeks a scapegoat to direct negative press away from himself, and chooses Bente Norum, who is accused of profiting from the occupation through the sale of her hotel.
The government freezes her assets. As a result, she is unable to buy a stake in Sobol's restaurant, and agrees to become his business advisor instead.
Sundby visits her family in London. Her son Fritjof has stock in Stellux, and she fears he may be endangered by the anti-profiteering campaign in Norway.
Berg convinces him to return to Norway and denounce the company in the media. While answering questions about his financial dealings at the airport in Norway, he is splashed in the face with acid by a man involved in the BrandThem movement, which seeks to punish those perceived as profiteers and collaborators with the Russian occupation.
Hilde speaks out against them after being told that the police refuse to investigate attacks against Russians; she seeks police protection for a Russian trade unionist named Sokolov.
While on a walk, she narrowly avoids being splashed with acid, and suffers burns to her shoulder. Djupvik becomes increasingly worried about her safety, and arranges a trip to Washington D.
That night, Sokolov's home is set alight and his son is severely burned. Hilde learns that he did not have police protection despite her request.
She cancels the trip to D. While campaigning, she is approached by Sokolov, who needs money to pay for his son's medical treatment.
Djupvik sees a man filming them talk, and finds the footage covertly passed on to Sidorova. He breaks into her home and steals a hard drive containing encrypted emails sent between Norway and Moscow.
In the lead-up to the election, Vold's Liberation Party is leading in the polls. Berg unsuccessfully attempts to associate him with the violent BrandThem attackers, accusing him of inciting violence in Norway.
While filming a campaign video, Vold is sprayed in the face by a makeshift acid launcher. Berg realises his campaign advisor arranged the attack, but publicly blames Russia.
Three months later, the acid attack has left Vold unable to speak and ended his political career. Vold accuses Berg of cooperating with Russia in the acid attack.
However, Sidorova secretly uses it as a front to spread Russian influence in Europe. Lyubov has an ultrasound, revealing the poison ampoule; Sidorova tells her what it is, but refuses to explain why it was inserted.
She is contacted by Russian authorities, who tell her the ampoule will only be removed if she ensures Berg loses the election.
Norum helps coordinate the spread of a rumour that Berg was responsible for the assassination of Anita Rygh. The PST traces it back to her; Sundby and Berg contact her, and she offers to reveal the name of her source if Berg meets her personally in Svalbard and negotiates the release of her financial assets.
Sobol wants to record the meeting in order to get more material to damage Berg's chances of re-election. As Norum travels to the airport, her daughter Maja attempts suicide.
Sobol arranges for both Maja and her doctors to accompany Norum to Svalbard; there, Maja tells Norum she feels lonely and neglected, and Norum says she regrets moving to Russia.
At the meeting with Berg, Norum sabotages Sobol's attempt to record their conversation, and tells Berg she will provide the name of her source only if Berg helps her move Maja back to Norway.
She writes a name on Maja's back and tells her only to show it to Berg. Just before they leaves Svalbard, Norwegian police take Maja, claiming she has been subject to gross child neglect.
Norum returns to Moscow without her. At the police station, she secretly shows Berg the name. Maja tells Sundby about the deal between Berg and her mother.
After reading the name and realising that Vold was Norum's source, Sundby visits his home and finds him dead.
She calls Berg and questions him about Vold's death, but he claims to be unaware. She then resigns as state secretary and publicly denounces him.
While speaking, Berg has a medical episode and collapses. Sobol learns of Vold's death and becomes suspicious of Norum. He tortures Nikolai to convince her to confess, and arranges for her to travel to Norway and testify against Berg regarding Vold's death and Rygh's assassination.
Djupvik realises that Sidorova has been collecting information to blackmail Hilde, and that she and Norum have been communicating.
He confronts her at the airport after she testifies, demanding a key to access the contents of the stolen hard drive.
After returning to Moscow, she sends him the key from Sobol's phone. At a dinner in Moscow, she frames Sobol for leaking the information to Djupvik, telling the Russian deputy prime minister he is a spy.
Sobol is killed and Norum takes over ownership of his restaurant, but Maja is still in Norway.
On election day, Berg is hounded about Rygh by the press. On the way to cast his vote, he tells his advisor he feels responsible for Rygh's death.
While in the bathroom, he escapes his security detail and runs away. Djupvik meets Hilde at the Unified Party function, warning her about Sidorova.
He gives her tickets to Washington D. Russian authorities tell Sidorova she must locate Hilde before the ampoule will be removed from Lyubov.
Sidorova tracks and contacts Hilde, who asks to see Djupvik. Sidorova initiates a Skype call between them, which Russian authorities use to track Hilde's location.
Djupvik tells her to end the call, then kills himself with a bodyguard's gun. Hilde flees into hiding.
Later, Lyubov gives birth, causing the ampule to burst. The baby is healthy, but Lyubov is sent to intensive care.
Elvestad tracks Berg to his childhood home, and together they return to Njord. The group's hackers trigger a city-wide power outage in Moscow.
They flee into hiding while Berg stays behind, broadcasting a message claiming the blackouts will continue daily until Russia pays compensation for its carbon emissions.
He calls for a global eco-terrorist campaign against polluting governments. After four years of planning, disagreements over the progress led NRK to withdraw from the project; TV2 took over in October In fact we were looking at a number of different conflicts.
One was the invasion of Iraq in The Daily Telegraph ' s cultural reviewer Gerard O'Donovan wrote of Occupied that the series' innovation more than made up for any lack of plausibility, citing the interesting historical, geopolitical interplay between Norway and Russia as fascinating.
O'Donovan went on to praise the first episode, saying, "the tense plotting and a pace sufficiently frenetic to carry all but the most curmudgeonly along.
It is certainly a shame that, in the year of the 70th anniversary of the victory in World War II , the authors have seemingly forgotten the Soviet Army 's heroic contribution to the liberation of northern Norway from Nazi occupiers , decided, in the worst traditions of the Cold War , to scare Norwegian spectators with the nonexistent threat from the east.
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