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Predictably, it doesn’t quite work out like that. Frank’s life across the eight episodes in Lilyhammer’s first season remains full of incident as he looks to put his new life together, and the programme has great fun exploring that. Anchored by an excellent performance from Van Zandt, Lilyhammer turns out to be a Scandanavian series with a lovely, light touch. Furthermore, the Norwegian setting gives the programme some real distinction, with the exquisite scenery expertly utilised.
The disc release is a good one, not only bringing the quintet of episodes together, but also adding in some welcome added material. There’s still room for a lot more, but you get some concept art, as well as just over five minutes of outtakes. A short featurette also dissects putting the theme tune to the programme together.
Shortly after the first season premiered, a second season order of Lilyhammer was given the green light. It’s not hard to see why, on the basis of the quality of what’s on offer here.--Jon Foster
What was provided was enjoyable. However, one episode was provided twice and one episode was missing. Annoying.Published 1 month ago by Ken Say
I wondered about this when I first heard about it, but I watched it when first broadcast then on video 3 or 4 times and enjoy it every time. Read morePublished 2 months ago by NIS
Love the dry unexpected Norwegian humor.
Really funny worth watching again