SkyShowtime unveils exclusive preview scene for Swedish-Finnish Original, Codename: Annika ahead of the finale episode
An exclusive preview scene can now be viewed ahead of the upcoming finale episode of the must-see crime-thriller
The finale episode of the Original series will be available to stream exclusively on SkyShowtime from 4 November
Watch the scene here: https://youtu.be/wtpUxWz-Ldw?si=w4KVqJUnHzgn0meS
SkyShowtime today unveiled an exclusive preview scene from the finale episode of its first Swedish-Finnish Original series Codename: Annika. The series has received strong reviews since its launch in September.
The new scene can now be viewed here featuring main lead and rising star Sannah Nedergård (Yellow Sulphur Sky) as Annika Stormare and powerhouse actress Helena Bergström (House of Angels) as Agatha Torstensson showcasing a tense moment from the highly anticipated finale episode of Codename: Annika – which will be available to stream exclusively on SkyShowtime from 4 November. All episodes from the series will be available to stream from this date.
Lead actress Sannah Nedergård said: “I am overwhelmed and moved by the warm reception of the show. Fans of the series and crime lovers can look forward to a suspenseful and nail-biting finale episode. This is an episode not to be missed!”
The six-part thriller series, created by Mia Ylönen and Aleksi Bardy, takes you behind the curtain of the hidden world of high-class art-fraud and explores the reality of navigating a double identity. Codename: Annika is led by Sannah Nedergård as Finnish art fraud investigator Emma / Annika, making this her first leading role in an international crime drama series.
The SkyShowtime Original also stars Ardalan Esmaili (Snabba Cash) as Rasmus Ståhlgren, Eva Melander (Border) as Rina Olander, along with Pekka Strang (Tom of Finland) as Raimo Korpi, Miro Lopperi (Aikuiset) as Sampo Raivio, Clarisse Lhoni-Botte (Rolling to You) as Béatrice Joly and Charles Martins (Emily in Paris) as Denver Carpentier. The series is directed by AJ Annila (Peacemaker), one of Finland’s foremost directors.
In this crime drama series, Finnish detective Emma Haka is still completing her undercover training when she gets sent on a mission into Stockholm's corrupt world of fine art trade. She takes on the wild and fiery alias of Annika Stormare. As the investigation takes Emma deeper into the underworld, lines start to blur between her and Annika – who was once alive and left a tangled web of mysteries in her wake.
Codename: Annika has received development support from Finnish Film Foundation and Creative Europe Programme - MEDIA of the European Union and is financed by Business Finland - Audiovisual Production Incentive. Co-creators for Helsinki-Filmi are Mia Ylönen and Aleksi Bardy.
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Founded in 2002, Helsinki-filmi Oy is one of the pre-eminent production companies in the Nordics. The company has produced over 30 feature films and several drama series, and its most successful films include Tove, Ladies of Steel, Tom of Finland, Heart of a Lion and Lapland Odyssey. Helsinki-filmi became an independent subsidiary of Aurora Studios in 2021.