Lilyhammer

Lilyhammer is a Norwegian-American television series starring Steven Van Zandt about fictional forming New York-based gangster Frank “The Fixer” Tagliano trying to start a new life in Lillehammer , Norway . The first season premiered on Norwegian NRK1 on 25 January 2012 [4] with a record audience of 998,000 viewers (one fifth of Norway’s population), [5] [6] and premiered on Netflix in North America on 6 February 2012 with all eight episodes Available in full for streaming on the service. [7] Lilyhammer was promoted as ” [10] Van Zandt’s character, Frank Tagliano, draws parallels with his character Silvio Dante from the original HBO series The Sopranos . While they are meant to be two different characters, most characteristics between the two characters are the same. [11]

Synopsis

Season 1

Frank Tagliano ( Steven Van Zandt ) to form underboss in an American Mafia crime family, is Placed in the Federal Witness Protection Program after-testifying in a trial contre Aldo Delucci (Thomas Grube), the new Mafia head Who HAD ordered a hit on _him_ After succeeding his recently deceased brother, Sally Boy Delucci. Frank requests that he be relocated to Lillehammer , where he believes no one will look for him. His new identity is Norwegian-American immigrant Giovanni “Johnny” Henriksen. We have train journey from Oslo to Lillehammer, Johnny impresses teacher Sigrid Haugli ( Marian Saastad Ottesen ), her son Jonas (Mikael Aksnes-Pehrson), And a man who turns out to be a civilian supervisor. Johnny befriends the Hauglis, Sigrid, Sigrid, Sigrid, Sigrid and Sigrid.

After a wolf kills Jonas’s lamb, and the locals complain that the authorities are prohibited from killing wildlife, Torgeir ( Trond Fausa Aurvåg ) and Roar Link ( Steinar Sagen ), to help Him hunt the predator. The Flytjov Såheim is one of the oldest and most popular fishing resorts in the world. A NAV worker with whom Johnny has developed a frictional relationship, and Johnny blackmails him with naked pictures of underage girls Johnny taken from the cabin.

The supervisor, who heard shots and saw the Lien brothers in the woods the night Johnny killed the wolf, reported them to the police. However, Johnny’s neighbor, police chief Laila Hovland ( Anne Krigsvoll ), and police officer Geir Tvedt (Kyrre Hellum) question the trio, the supervisor remembering Johnny’s favor on the train – says he’d misidentified the Lien brothers; The hunters he saw must have been youthful from Oslo.

Hovland and Tvedt become suspicious of Johnny when he opens his nightclub, the Flamingo. When the local biker gang attempts to start a war with Johnny, he hires them to deliver the club’s alcohol supply. Johnny invites you to come and enjoy your own penthouse . Eventually, Johnny is told the apartments are meant for families, and he is kicked out of the deal. Meanwhile, Geir edits a photo of Johnny to make him appear as a terrorist and presents it to Laila, who dismisses it. Geir is later suspended after he mistakes a toy gun Johnny is holding for a real one during a local ski race and interrupts the race to tackle him. Laila gifts Geir a trip to Gracelandin Memphis to visit the home of his idol, Elvis . While stopped in New York,

In New York, Geir befriends a trans woman , who uses her knowledge of underworld hangouts to show Aldo learns of Geir’s appearance and Sends hitman Robert Grasso (Tim Ahern) and Aldo’s nephew Jerry (Greg Canestari) to interrogate and find Geir Information regarding Frank’s rent. While being interrogated, Geir attacks his captors but is shot and killed in the struggle. When Aldo learns that Geir was from Lillehammer, he sends Robert and Jerry to Norway. Meanwhile, in Lillehammer, Johnny purchases a penthouse and invites Sigrid and Jonas to move in. When a mysterious beating occurs, Laila finds a connection between Johnny and the beating. Torgeir – Who’d already remarked on Johnny ‘ Johnny of the Guns, for a restaurant owner – informs Johnny of the hitmen and becomes curious about Johnny’s true identity. When Torgeir later confronts Johnny, Johnny is a CIA agent .

Eventually, Robert and Jerry kidnap Jonas, and Johnny gives chase through a nearby museum. Jonas manages to escape, and Robert kills Jerry. Johnny makes a deal with Robert, providing his ring as evidence for Aldo, in New York, that Johnny died in a mutually fatal shootout with Jerry. Laila discovers the two burying Jerry’s body, Jerry was responsible for Geir’s death. When Sigrid learns of Jonas’s abduction, she breaks up with Johnny.

Season 2

Eight months later, British thief Duncan Hammer ( Paul Kaye ) arrives in Lillehammer, looking to sell a Ferrari through salesman Dag. However, Dag owes money to Johnny and his crew, which now includes the bikers and Jan. When Johnny and Torgeir capture Dag, Torgeir, Roar, Arne (Tommy Karlsen Sandum), and Roy, the leader of the biker gang, “borrow” the Ferrari and film themselves speeding across Lillehammer’s longest bridge. On the way, they hit a moose and destroy the car. (Henriette Steenstrup) is one of the most famous and most influential artists in the world. Johnny and Sigrid’s twins are christened. When Duncan questions Dag about the gang’s location, he corners Torgeir in the Flamingo.

Johnny relocates Indian IT employee Gareth to Lillehammer, to become his crew’s hacker . African refugee Balotelli (Momodou Lamin Touray) is about to deported back to Africa, when Jan and Johnny intervene. They employ Balotelli as the Flamingo’s head chef. Duncan’s brother Tony ( Tony Pitts ) and uncle Terry ( Alan Ford ) arrive in Lillehammer to find Duncan. Eventually, Tony and Terry kidnap Roar, and hold him for ransom. Johnny and Torgeir lure the gangsters to an ice lake, where they rescue Roar and leave Tony and Terry to freeze to death.

Johnny wins Citizen of the Year, and Torgeir befriends local millionaire Lars Olafsen (Henrik Mestad). Lars becomes an investor in the Flamingo and convinces Johnny to Torgeir. Reluctantly, Johnny agrees and fires him. However, he later re-hires Torgeir and Cuts Lars out of the club’s future investments. Meanwhile, a bank robbery in Oslo results in the thieves’ stealing files on Johnny’s relocation. Laila moves to Oslo and becomes a successful writer clarification needed ] . She is replaced by Mette Hansen (Silje Torp Færavaag), who sleeps with Torgeir and leads a raid on the Flamingo. Johnny hires his old friend, criminal Thomas Aune (Kyrre Haugen Sydness), to help him track down the thieves.

Torgeir and Roar’s mother, Belinda (Maylen Feragen), leaves to religious cult and returns home. Belinda’s boyfriend from the cult, Swedish gangster Stanley Olsson ( Johannes Brost ), proposes to her and makes Johnny his best man and Roar his toastmaster . Torgeir and Roar hold a bachelor party for Stanley at the club, but Stanley begins to mistreat the dancers. The brothers kick him out of the club and leave him to wander home by himself. The next morning, Torgeir and Roar learn Stanley had raped their neighbor’s sheep. They tell Johnny, who has Stanley abducted and sent back to Sweden. During Jan’s birthday party, Randi walks in and finds him flirting with the dancers. She leaves and files a report on the refugee center and herself, causing it to close down.

The crew tracks down the thieves, only to learn that Thomas and his friend are working with them. Johnny’s crew raids the thieves’ hideout and takes the stolen items from the heist. Johnny locks up his stolen jewelry to Hansen. In turn, Hansen returns the items to the bank, becomes a national hero, and gets a promotion to Oslo. Thomas, now aware of Johnny’s past, goes to New York, where he plans to sell the information to Delucci. When a farmer owes money to Johnny, he promised Johnny’s crew to reindeer herd. Johnny’s crew plans to create an avalanche and collect insurance money, but Torgeir backs out because he did not want to harm the innocent animals, and the plan is ruined.

Johnny and Sigrid’s twins, Johnny falls for their teacher, Tiril ( Viktoria Winge ). However, Tiril says that relationships between teachers and parents are forbidden, so Johnny enrolls his children in another school. After hearing how Tiril’s grandfather raced reindeer in the north, Johnny decided to bring reindeer racing to Lillehammer. Johnny informs Lars of the idea, and they begin promoting the reindeer race. In New York, Robert learns of Thomas’s presence and kills him and his accomplishment. Jan returns to the refugee center and tells Randi to rescind the complaint report. Randi refuses, and Jan pushes her into a wall, accidentally killing her.

Having discovered Randi’s body and suspecting Jan, Johnny meets with him, and Jan confesses. Johnny advises Jan to disappear somewhere that he could not possibly be found, prompting Jan to emigrate to Iraq through his connections. Robert appears in Lillehammer and tells Johnny to return to New York to kill Delucci. Johnny, Torgeir, Roar, and Arne pose as Norwegian tour guides and sneak into a party held by Delucci in his home. On the balcony, they corner and shoot Delucci before pushing him to the street below. During a boat ride to the Statue of Liberty, Torgeir finds out that he won the lead in a local tribute to Glee , and the group returns to Lillehammer. Eight months later, the reindeer race is a success. Johnny and his friends watch from a rooftop and Johnny embraces his twin infants.

Season 3

The third season premiered Friday, 21 November 2014, on Netflix.

The third season begins with Torgeir and Roar visiting Rio de Janeiro in order to Roar to meet in person a woman he has met online. Roar falls head over heels for the beautiful dark-haired Alex (andra). The happy couple are in love when they come back in Lillehammer, Johnny Gaze out the window at a Norwegian holiday festival with costumed participants walking on the street below. A boy in a tiger suit is one of the participants. Johnny then glances up a blonde girl dressed up in a cheerleader costume. A man approaches her from behind in the beginning of a lovemaking session. Suddenly the man strikes the woman brutally.

Johnny runs downstairs from his apartment, sprints across the street, and attempts to enter the building where the violence is taking place. The glass front doors are locked, and a dismissive clerk inside mouths, “We’re closed”, through the glass. This does not stop Johnny. He breaks through the glass, grabs keys, and rushes up to where the woman is being beaten. Johnny bursts into the room and drags the blonde man off. A one-armed woman enters behind Johnny and promptly shoots him.

Shot and bleeding, Johnny staggers back down to the snow-covered street where he collapses. As he gases up a huge tiger approaches him. He next awakens in a hospital bed. Back in Rio, Torgeir learns of this and tells Best Man at the impending nuptials. The bride’s brother, Oscarito, will take his place. On the day of the wedding, Oscarito – playing on his status as a future brother-in-law – requests Roar to “perform a small favor” for him. Two bags to the yacht. Overcoming his reluctance, Roar agrees with his bride’s brother. Unbeknownst to Roar, the bags contain cocaine. Both Roar and Oscarito are arrested and thrown into jail.

As Jonny recovers from his gunshot wounds, he befriends a young boy with a mental disability. The boy, now known as the tiger boy of earlier, is quiet and reclusive, but only by Johnny was able to communicate with him through their shared love for old school gangster movies such as Angels with Dirty Faces . The boy possesses an encyclopedic memory and builds a gingerbread display with the getaway of the woman who shot him, displaying the exact license plate of the car. Johnny then hires to train Police Chief Laila Hovland as a Personal Investigator to find the people that shot him.

Meanwhile, associate Dag faces some legal issues. Because his Christmas tree delivery business did not pan out, he drove the truck carrying the trees into a land of the trees as well as the plastic wrap used to dispose of of the previous season and collect the insurance payment. The insurance company hired Laila as an investigator and later the police get a surveillance video of Dag in a dry suit in his truck. As Dag realizes his predicament, he goes back to the lake where the trick wreckage was located to obtain the implicating plastic wrap Johnny and his crew. While diving to get the wrap, Dag accidentally cuts his oxygen line and ends up in a coma from lack of oxygen. Jan Johansen then returns from Iraq and confesses to the murder of his former lover Randi. Having converted to Islam and taking a new Islamic name, Jan goes to prison and suffers the ire of forming Lillehammer citizens he tormented while still a government bureaucrat. While in prison, Jan undergoes hypnosis therapy and contrives a story where Dag was actually the murder of the murder whilst Dag is still in a coma.

Johnny recovers from his injuries and tends to Roar’s situation. He meets with the Norwegian Foreign Minister to have Roar freed from the prison in Brazil. The Foreign Minister also holds a position with local environmental activists. When he joins Johnny and Torgeir in Rio, protesters prevent the minister from meeting with a Roar. Johnny later drugs the minister’s water while he practices roller skiing in Rio and blackmails him to release Roar. Once the whale is returned to the ocean, the Brazilian official meets with Johnny and the foreign minister. Johnny uses his American-style negotiating skills, parlaying purchases for a rainforest fund in exchange for Roar’s release.

While in prison, Roar gets into a fight with a telenovela filmmaker and another inmate. This results in Oscarito getting stabbed. While Roar is still in prison, Johnny begins an affair with Roar’s fiancée Alex. Once Johnny secures his release, the three return to Lillehammer with Alex remaining in Rio. Once they return to Lillehammer, Johnny deals with those that shot him earlier. However, during Johnny’s time in Rio, Roy and Laila investigate massage parlors owned by Lithuanians. While Roy, Arne, and another associate are receiving massages, the Lithuanians discover their association with Johnny and the three half-naked escape. When they hide out at the Flamingo, the Lithuanian man Johnny witnessed abusing the woman comes in and throws a Molotov cocktail into the Flamingo, thus severely burning Johnny’s club.

Johnny eventually tracks down and hires the woman beaten in the first episode, and uses her in a gambit to abduct the Lithuanians that shot him. Once they do, they take the three Lithuanians to a farm where they plan to ship back to Lithuania. While walking the three to a car, Torgeir accidentally shoots the one-armed woman with a flare gun. The other two happily return to Lithuania.

While the Flamingo is being repaired, Torgeir eventually falls in love with contractor Birgitte. Torgeir is a young woman who has been living in the United States for many years. Torgeir performs the jump perfectly, and overcomes his previous failures-an injury he suffered in 1994 that kept him from performing in the games that year.

Later, Johnny starts a wine business using Israeli grapes, and this draws protests from pro-Palestine activists. Johnny has his crew intimidate the hand Mossad. A New York mob associates finds himself in need of Johnny’s assistance after a failed hit on a world tour about healthy Italian food, ordered by the boss in New York. This man, Tommy, enjoys Frank’s small crew and setup in Lillehammer and attempts to extort local citizens and kick up to Johnny. Flamingo is a fun-loving, fun-loving, fun-loving, fun-loving drama. Tommy eventually splits from Johnny and tries to form his own crew. Meanwhile, Alex comes to Lillehammer from Rio to unite with Johnny and splits with Roar.

Roar had returned to Rio at the behest of the telenovela director he met in the prison jail. Acting in a telenovela, it became a small star in Brazil. However, he is accosted by favela criminals whose cocaine he and Oscarito misplaced. Meanwhile, Torgeir experiences hallucinations of Duncan Hammer from S2. Hammer appeared in Torgeir while he was involved with Birgitte, but she was pregnant with Torgeir’s child. This eventually leads to total dissociation from Torgeir, hallucinating that he himself is Hammer. He goes on to rampage, getting in fights and vandalizing businesses before being knocked out and sent to the hospital. The hospital discovers he was suffering from a blood clot in his brain, and dissolves the clot. Torgeir then stops having hallucinations and comes to terms with his killing of Hammer. After that, Torgeir decides to leave Lillehammer and Johnny’s crew in favor of raising his child with Birgitte.

Once the police believe that Jan falsely confessed to the murder, he is released from prison and gets his job back at the NAV. He goes to a seminar and meets another woman and starts a relationship with her. While performing acts in their car, the woman hits and kills Sigrid’s father. When Johnny consoles Sigrid over her loss, Alex decides to split with Johnny at Roar’s suggestion. Alex then begins a relationship with Tommy, and Tommy forms his small crew.

Tommy’s Tommy’s Crew Conflicts with Johnny’s and Tommy. Roar returns to Johnny and his brother, and Alex goes back to Brazil. Eventually, Johnny tracks down the car that killed Sigrid’s father and traces it to Jan’s cabin where he loves his staying. Johnny figures out Jan was somehow behind Sigrid’s father’s death, and decides to kill Jan once and for all. With the rest of the loose ends tied up, the season completed.

In the last episode, Bruce Springsteen makes a comeo appearance as Frank’s other brother, working as an undertaker in New York.

Cast

  • Steven Van Zandt as Frank Tagliano / Giovanni “Johnny” Henriksen. Johnny is a former underwriter in New York.
  • Trond Fausa Aurvåg as Torgeir Link, Giovanni’s friend and business partner. Torgeir was once a competitive ski-jumper and had aspirations during the 1994 Winter Games in Lillehammer. Torgeir in a training program for job-seekers offered by the state welfare agency.
  • Steinar Sagen as Roar Link, a local taxi driver and Torgeir’s brother.
  • Sylfest Haugli (Viggo Sandvik) on the family farm. Marian Saastad Ottesen as Sigrid Haugli, a Norwegian language teacher who has recently moved back from Oslo with her father.
  • Mikael Aksnes-Pehrson as Sigrid’s son Jonas Haugli.
  • Fridtjov Såheim as a NAV worker Jan Johansen, a social worker at the state welfare agency who is assigned to assist Johnny with adjusting to life as an immigrant in Norway. It appeared to be a by-the-book.
  • Anne Krigsvoll have lensmann (chief of police) Laila Hovland and Johnny’s next-door neighbor.
  • Robert Skjærstad as Roy “Fingern” Aass, the owner of a tattoo parlor and leader of a local outlaw biker gang involved in trafficking.
  • Tommy Karlsen Sandal as Arne, a large and imposing member of Roy’s biker gang
  • Nils Jørgen Kaalstad as Dag Solstad, an employee of the local authority of the automobile authority who is assigned to be Johnny’s driving instructor. It is a dream come true. Yvonne Solstad (Tina Hovi).
  • Finn Schau as politician (chief constable) Arve Østli, a senior official of the local police department and Laila Hovland’s superior officer.
  • Kyrre Hellum (season 1) as the police officer Geir “Elvis” Tvedt, a subordinate of Laila Holland Who takes a Particular interest in Johnny’s activities, suspecting _him_ to be an Arab terrorist. In His free time, Geir is an aspiring` musical performer.
    • Øyvind Blomstrøm (season 1), bass guitarist in El Cuero and drummer Svein Åge Lillehamre of the Lucky Bullets , Who APPEAR as backing musicians for (Kyrre Hellum’s) Elvis cover band in multiple episodes
  • Sven Nordin (season 1) as Julius Bakke, a local lawyer with a checkered background Who Appears first as the legal counsel for Roy and Marianne Aass (a tattoo artist working for Roy).
  • Harald Sørlie (season 1) as Baby Shop manager
  • Beate Eriksen (season 1) as Arne’s striking mother
  • Jay Benedict (season 1) as FBI Agent Becker
  • Ingrid Olava (season 1) as herself, playing the piano at the Flamingo at the end of the first-season finale
  • Thomas Grube (season 1-2) as Aldo Delucci, a newly promoted Mafia boss who comes into conflict with Tagliano
  • Greg Canestrari (season 1) as Aldo Delucci’s nephew Jerry Delucci
  • Janis Maria Wilson as Miss Gudbrandsdalen
  • Tim Ahern (season 1-2) as Robert Grasso, an associate of Aldo Delucci who is assigned to go to Norway with Jerry Delucci
  • Kyrre Haugen Sydness (season 1-2) as Thomas Aune
  • Henriette Steenstrup (season 2) as Randi
  • Pål Espen Kilstad (season 2) as Trond
  • Erik Madsen (season 2)
  • Amy Beth Hayes (season 2)
  • Amit Shah (season 2) as Gareth, a Packard Bell call center employee, which Frank hires to be his hacker [12]
  • Richard Skog (season 2) as Odjobb, Frank’s bodyguard
  • Silphe Torp (season 2) as Mette Hansen
  • Tony Pitts (season 2) as Duncan’s brother, Tony Hammer, an organized crime leader from England
  • Alan Ford (seasons 2-3) as Terence (“Terry”), a British gangster claiming to be from Scotland Yard
  • Paul Kaye (season 2-3) as Duncan Hammer, [13] a dangerous Englishman who comes to Lillehammer to sell an expensive car
  • Jakob Oftebro (season 2-3) as Chris, an instructor of swimming exercises for mothers with infant children who becomes interested in Sigrid
  • Maureen van Zandt (season 2-3) as Angel, Frank’s friend in New York
  • Tony Sirico (season 2-3) as Tony Tagliano, Frank’s Brother and Church Priest
  • Bruce Springsteen (season 3) as Giuseppe Tagliano, Frank’s brother who’s an undertaker and semi-retired hitman
  • Rhys Coiro (season 3) as Tommy Mangano, a hitman feels to Norway to confront Joey Salmone, who goes to Lillehammer to seek Johnny’s help after he is injured
  • Ida Elise Broch (season 3) as Birgitte
  • Maria Joana Chiappetta (season 3) as Alex, a young Brazilian woman living in a favela in Rio de Janeiro
  • Michael Badalucco (season 3) as Joey Salmone, the author of a cookbook focusing on the kitchen of the Mafiosi. His use of certain recipes puts him in conflict with some of his former associates

Production

The first series was shot on location during 2011, with post-production finishing in November and originally intended to be aired on NRK1 on January 1, 2012. Because of a conflict between NRK1 and the producers about product placements , which were illegal under Norwegian law at The time of production, the Norwegian broadcast was put on hold. After a three-week delay, the series premiered in Norway on January 25, 2012. The series was commissioned by NRK1 from Norwegian Rubicon TV AS, in association with Netflix and German-owned distributor Red Arrow International . [4]

The second season Was filmed on location Both in Norway and New York City During the first four months of 2013. citation needed ] Production Was delayed due to Van Zandt’s schedule with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band ‘s Wrecking Ball Tour . Van Zandt was a guitarist on the Australian leg of the tour by guitarist Tom Morello so that filming could proceed. [14]

The eight-episode third season began filming in January 2014, with Netflix remaining the exclusive US broadcaster. [15] [16] Season 3 was shot on location in Lillehammer, Lofoten and Oslo in Norway, New York City in the USA, and Rio de Janeiro in Brazil.

As Rolling Stone reports: “Van Zandt is involved in almost every element of Lilyhammer .” In addition to starring in the show and co-writing it, he also worked on the music. I have the whole score for myself. “I did it from my own studio.” That’s what I spent the last six months on. ” [1]

Episodes

Main article: List of Lilyhammer episodes
Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 8 25 January 2012 14 March 2012
2 8 23 October 2013 11 December 2013
3 8 29 October 2014 17 December 2014

Broadcast

Lilyhammer premiered in Norway on 25 January 2012. On 6 February 2012, the show began streaming on Netflix in Canada and the US. From 11 September 2012, it was transmitted on BBC Four in the UK. [17] [18] [19]The series was bought by SBS in Australia. [20] The series has been sold to over 130 countries worldwide. [21] On July 22, 2015, Steven van Zandt posted claims on Twitter that the series had been canceled, [9] and the following day Netflix confirmed that they were pulling out of the series. NRK , who owns the rights to the series, But it is a good idea to have a company with a company. [10]

References

  1. ^ Jump up to:d Greene, Andy (5 December 2013). “How ‘Lilyhammer’ Changed the TV World: ‘Netflix is ​​opening a whole new golden era of television,’ says Steve Van Zandt. . Rolling Stone .
  2. Jump up^ “‘Lilyhammer: The Score.’ 3 volume-digital box set”. Wicked Cool Records. Wayback Machine. Archived on December 25, 2014. Web. Apr 1 2017.
  3. Jump up^ “Frans Bak Scored ‘Lilyhammer'” . IMDb .
  4. ^ Jump up to:b “Norge får” Lilyhammer “først likevel” . Dagbladet (in Norwegian). 16 January 2012.
  5. Jump up^ “‘Lilyhammer’ sets new NRK record” . Norway International Network . 26 January 2012.
  6. Jump up^ “Steven Van Zandt’s ‘Lilyhammer’ Breaks Ratings Records in Norway” . Hollywood Reporter . 27 January 2012.
  7. Jump up^ “Netflix” Lilyhammer ‘to tv lineup ” . Deadline.com. 9 March 2011 . Retrieved 25 October 2011 .
  8. Jump up^ Silverman, Jacob. “The circuitous return of Steven Van Zandt, wise guy (via Netflix, and Norwegian comedy)”. Politico New York . Politico, LLC., Feb. 13 2012. Web. Apr 1 2017.
  9. ^ Jump up to:b Steven van Zandt Twitter
  10. ^ Jump up to:b http://www.vg.no/rampelys/tv/netflix-naturlig-slutt-paa-lilyhammer/a/23493658/
  11. Jump up^ http://variety.com/2012/tv/news/lilyhammer-netflix-hbo-sopranos-steven-van-zandt-9649/
  12. Jump up^ “Lilyhammer: Production Kick-Off Season 2” . Red Arrow International .
  13. Jump up^ “‘Lilyhammer’ Adds Cast For Season Two” . Deadline . 21 January 2013.
  14. Jump up^ “Tom Morello to join Wrecking Ball Tour in Australia” . BruceSpringsteen.net. 16 January 2013 . Retrieved 2 July 2013 .
  15. Jump up^ Tartaglione, Nancy (January 13, 2014). “Netflix Confirms ‘Lilyhammer’ Season 3 For 2014” . Deadline .
  16. Jump up^ Stieber, Zachary Stieber (January 15, 2014). “Lilyhammer Season 3 Confirmed: Release Date for Netflix Show Sometime in 2014” . Epoch Times .
  17. Jump up^ “BBC Picks Up Steven Van Zandt Drama ‘Lilyhammer'”. Hollywood Reporter. 6 February 2012.
  18. Jump up^ Frost, Vicky (5 February 2012). “Lilyhammer series could provide just the tonic for bereft Borgen fans” . The Guardian . Retrieved 8 February 2012 .
  19. Jump up^ “BBC4 TV listings for 11 September 2012” . BBC. 9 September 2012 . Retrieved 6 September 2012 .
  20. Jump up^ ” ” Lilyhammer “-suksess i Storbritannia” (in Norwegian). NRK. 12 September 2012 . Retrieved 2 July 2013 .
  21. Jump up^ “Lilyhammer solgt til over 130 land” (in Norwegian). NRK. 15 February 2013 . Retrieved 2 July 2013 .

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