Internationally acclaimed screenwriting duo Mai Brostrøm and Peter Thorsboe are the recipients of several Emmy Awards. They are among else known for hit shows such as The Protectors (2009-2010), The Team (2015), and Modus (2015-2017). They began their partnership in 2000, when writing the TV-series Unit One (2000-2004), created by Peter Thorsboe. Unit One was awarded with an International Emmy in 2002 for ‘Best Drama’. It was also awarded ‘Best Drama’ by The Copenhagen TV Festival.
Other productions include the Emmy Award winner The Eagle (2004-2006), an international audience favorite, as well as their ongoing project Modus 2 (2017), going into production in January 2017.
During the 1960s and 1970s, Peter Thorsboe worked as playwright and director of several theatre productions parallel to writing for the experimental film scene in Copenhagen. In 1980 he attended the scriptwriting program at the Danish Film School. During and after his studies he wrote several TV-series for television. In 2003 he was awarded the Nordic Film Prize.
Mai Brostrøm has previously worked as a director’s assistant and with theater productions. In 1986 she graduated from the Actors’ Academy of Denmark, going on to work as an actress and starring in several productions until 1994, when she began attending the screenwriting program at the National Film School of Denmark.
Together Peter Thorsboe & Mai Brostrøm have written over two-hundred hours of primetime television drama.
|Kristallen Awards Nominee (Best Television Drama) Sweden – Modus||2016|
|International Emmy Awards (Best Drama ) US – Livvagterne||2009|
|Adolf Grimme Awards (Best Series/Miniseries) Germany – Ørnen: En krimi-odyssé||2006|
|International Emmy Awards (Best Drama Series) US – Ørnen: En krimi-odyssé||2005|
|International Emmy Awards (Best Drama Series) US – Rejseholdet||2002|
|Copenhagen TV Festival (Best Drama) Denmark – Rejseholdet||2002|
|Copenhagen TV Festival (Best Drama) Denmark – Rejseholdet||2001|
Modus 2 has been announced as one of the finalists in C21’s International Drama Awards, which are voted for by the world’s leading scripted commissioners and buyers. Modus 2 is joined in the category ‘Best Returning Drama Series’ by The Handmaid’s Tale, Stranger things and Ozark, among others.
The hit TV series, one of the most successful Scandinavian series to have aired on BBC, is written by the acclaimed screenwriting duo Mai Brostrøm and Peter Thorsboe. Lisa Siwe is the concept director for the second season and Miso Film is the production company behind the praised crime series, which is based on Anne Holt’s Inger Johanne Vik series.
The winners will be announced at the International Drama Awards ceremony on November 28 as part of Content London 2018.
Greg Wise (The Crown) and Billy Campbell (The Killing, Cardinal) are set to join Kim Cattrall in the second season of Modus (the Swedish hit TV-series based on Anne Holt’s Inger Johanne Vik series).
Both the first and second season of Modus have been adapted for the small screen by Emmy winning screenwriters Peter Thorsboe and Mai Brostrøm (The Protectors, The Team, Unit One). Directing are acclaimed director Lisa Siwe (The Bridge, Glowing Stars) and Håkan Lindhé.
The second season will start airing this fall on TV4’s streaming service C More.
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Kim Cattrall will join the cast for the second season of Modus, the hit TV series based on Anne Holt’s Inger Johanne Vik series. In the upcoming season, Cattrall will play the U.S. President, arriving in Stockholm for a state visit. The trip soon turns out to have unexpected and devastating consequences.
Modus is produced by Miso Film. The second season is currently in production and will air this fall. Just like the first season, this season is written by the three time Emmy award winning duo Mai Brostrøm and Peter Thorsboe (Unit One, The Eagle, Protectors, The Team). Directing are acclaimed director Lisa Siwe (The Bridge, Glowing Stars) and Håkan Lindhé.
Kim Cattrall says in today’s announcement: “I am pleased to be joining the Modus production in their second season and am looking forward to spending time in Sweden, a country I have always wanted to visit. As a fan of the great Swedish director, Ingmar Bergman, I look forward to my time here.”
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