Entrapped Series Know About the Scandinavian Mystery Thriller Series

Entrapped Series Know About the Scandinavian Mystery Thriller Series


This week, Netflix will begin streaming the upcoming Icelandic mystery drama series Entrapped. It is a follow-up to the acclaimed series Trapped and was conceived by renowned Icelandic director Baltasar Kormákur with co-writing assistance from Clive Bradley, Rannveig Jónsdóttir, Dav Már Stefánsson, and Sigurjón Kjartansson.

The German ZDF and Icelandic Broadcasting Service RV collaborated to produce the show with RVK Studios. The two-season series Trapped tells the story of the main characters and their quest for justice in a nation that is strongly ingrained in its traditions. Its distinctive setting shows Officer Andri and Hinrika investigating crimes in Iceland.

Cast Entrapped

The cast of the show comprises Thomas Bo Larsen, Egill Lafsson, Margrét Vilhjálmsdóttir, Haraldur Ari Stefánsson, Fririk Róbertsson, Orsteinn Gunnarsson, and Gujón Pedersen as Andri Lafsson, Ilmur Kristjánsdóttir as Hinrika Kristjánsdóttir as Trausti Ein

Date and trailer for Entrapped

On September 8th, the series will be made available on Netflix. the trailer is below.Are you anticipating this Nordic Mystery Thriller Series? Have you seen the show’s earlier seasons? Please share your opinions in the space provided below.

Synopsis or Plot: Entrapped

In this Trapped sequel, Andri and Hinrika investigate a cult member’s murder that is connected to a biker gang land dispute and a woman’s 2013 disappearance, according to the official series synopsis. The show will pick up two years after the second season’s finale, when Andri and Hinrika, a police couple, become embroiled in a conflict in the isolated highlands between two competing parties who are fighting over discrete plots of territory but for very different causes.

The Extended Family, a neopagan group that practises peace and harmony, has set up camp on the property because its founder and spiritual leader Oddur (Egill Lafsson) regards it as sacred and desires to be near their pagan Gods. The hallowed place is also claimed by a bunch of Icelandic bikers, led by an irate young guy named Gunnar (Haraldur Stefánsson).

He makes a request for assistance in order to claim title of the land, and shortly a group of Danish motorcycles headed by Hopper, the Danish leader, arrive by ferry (Thomas Bo Larsen). Ivar (Auunn Lthersson) dies as a result of the conflict between the two factions.