Norwegian crime drama FOR LIFE arrives at SBS On Demand


Procedural crime series For Life centres around Victoria Woll, a hardened National Crime Service investigator.

The story follows Victoria (Tone Mostraum, Eyewitness) across two different timelines: in the present, where it’s her job to solve cases and put criminals behind bars, and in the future, where she is locked up in prison.

Each episode follows a present-day, standalone case, whilst intermittently revealing new pieces to the continuing puzzle about Victoria and why she is fighting for her freedom.

Other cast members include Iselin Shumba (Kielergata), Ingar Helge Gimle
(Norsemen), Judy Karanja (Valkyrien), Mattis Herman Nyquist (Nobel) and Bjarte Hjelmeland (Home Ground, Mammon).

In Norwegian with English subtitles.

For Life – Australian Premiere – Thursday, 14 January 2021 on SBS On Demand (all eight episodes available to stream)




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