The popular drama series is about all the good and bad things that come with falling in love – and not least about how a random meeting between people can change lives forever.
On average, almost 200,000 have watched the first three seasons of TV 2 Play. And now that the series has been sold abroad, even more viewers are expected. Heartbeats must be shown in Sweden, Denmark and Finland.
– It’s great fun! Very nice that the series is adult and that more people can take part in Mio and Anders’ love story, says Thea Loch Næss who plays Mio in the series.
– Well deserved
Program editor in TV 2, Kathrine Haldorsen, brags about the series which has been a viewer success for TV 2. The drama series has reached a full five seasons. On Monday comes season 4, while we have to wait until the spring before we get to see season 5.
– Is it a language you understand in the whole world then it is love. That the strong and relevant story about Mio and Anders hits so broadly in the young target group that it now also has an international audience is therefore not surprising, but incredibly stately and well-deserved, says Haldorsen.
Heartbeat is manufactured by ANTI. Drama director in ANTI and screenwriter of Hjerteslag, Emmeline Berglund, is excited that the series has now been sold abroad.
– Heartbeat is a heart project for us at ANTI. The story is written and produced with lots of love, and we are incredibly happy and proud that our baby is about to go out into the world, says Berglund.
Watch the trailer for season 4 in the video window at the top of the case
Also made a Swedish version
In addition to the fact that Hjerteslag will now be shown in several countries, a new, Swedish version of the series will also be made. The series has been titled “Heartbeats” in Sweden, and Loch Næss is looking forward to its premiere.
– I’m not so happy to see myself on screen, so this is a great chance to see Heartbeat and Mio with new eyes. I also avoid being so self-conscious, she laughs!
– I hope the Swedish actor will be as fond of Mio as I am, she concludes.