MYSTERY | SWEDEN | SCANDINAVIAN CRIME FICTION | SWEDISH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES | TV-14
After the death of her husband, Police inspector Maria Wern moves to the picturesque Swedish island Gotland with her two children to start over. While struggling with raising two children as a single mother and still mourning her husband’s death, Maria manages to sustain her female perspective and approach to life in a harsh and male dominated environment.
Maria Wern: The Speechless God (Sn 1 Ep 1)
The usually joyous Midsummer celebrations on the island of Gotland are shattered by two gruesome murders. Directed by Erik Leijonborg, 2010.
Maria Wern: All the Tranquil Dead (Sn 1 Ep 2)
A lawyer driving through the Gotland countryside disappears without a trace. Directed by Erik Leijonborg, 2010.
Maria Wern: Dreams From Snow (Sn 1 Ep 3)
It's Christmastime when Gotland is struck by unspeakable tragedy - a high-school girl is found dead wearing a white Lucia gown. Directed by Erik Leijonborg, 2010.
Maria Wern: May Death Sleep (Sn 1 Ep 4)
Two women, seemingly unconnected, die in apparent suicides. Directed by Erik Leijonborg, 2011.
Maria Wern: Black Butterfly (Sn 1 Ep 5)
The charred body of a suffocated medium lies in the gutted remains of her office after a fire. Directed by Charlotte Berlin and Leif Lindblom, 2011.
Maria Wern: Boy Missing (Sn 1 Ep 6)
A ten-year-old boy disappears from a dinner, while another vanishes from a refugee camp. Directed by Charlotte Berlin and Leif Lindblom, 2011.
Maria Wern: Not Even the Past (Sn 1 Ep 7)
When Maria receives anonymous death threats, she's ordered off the island for her own protection. Directed by Erik Leijonborg, 2012.
Maria Wern: Not Until the Giver Is Dead (Sn 1 Ep 8)
Just as Medieval Week is about to begin in Visby, a 70-year-old woman is killed in a suspected arson. Directed by Erik Leijonborg, 2012.
Maria Wern: Sleepwalker (Sn 1 Ep 9)
After intervening in a fistfight and getting herself beat up, Maria heads the investigation into a murder that occurred very close to where she was assaulted. Directed by Erik Leijonborg, 2012.