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Johan Falk

6 Episodes

DRAMA - CRIME | SCANDINAVIAN CRIME FICTION | SWEDISH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES | TV-14
After five years working for Europol in The Hague, Johan Falk (Jakob Eklund) returns to Gothenburg to work with the special operations group GSI - an elite unit within the Swedish police. Falk becomes the handler for a deep cover informant named Frank Wagner (Joel Kinnaman) and together they battle organized crime in Gothenburg and beyond.

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  • Special Operations Group
    Episode 1 1h 39m

    Special Operations Group

    Episode 1 1h 39m

    GSI’s investigation of a criminal gang brings Johan Falk into contact with an underworld informant known only by the codename “Lisa.” Directed by Anders Nilsson, 2009.

  • Brothers in Arms
    Episode 2 1h 33m

    Brothers in Arms

    Episode 2 1h 33m

    Johan Falk and Frank infiltrate one of Sweden’s toughest criminal gangs and discover someone is plotting to acquire armor-piercing grenade. Directed by Anders Nilsson, 2009.

  • National Target
    Episode 3 1h 34m

    National Target

    Episode 3 1h 34m

    During a seizure of Estonian amphetamines, GSI realize they're dealing with the legendary Russian mafia boss "Mr. Directed by Richard Holm, 2009.

  • Leo Gaut
    Episode 4 1h 31m

    Leo Gaut

    Episode 4 1h 31m

    A violent war in the restaurant business has flared up, and Johan Falk learns that one of the restaurants is run by a gangster he put behind bars years ago. Directed by Richard Holm, 2009.

  • Operation Nightingale
    Episode 5 1h 30m

    Operation Nightingale

    Episode 5 1h 30m

    Johan Falk and the GSI team go after sex traffickers importing young women from the East and forcing them into prostitution. Directed by Daniel Lind Lagerlöf, 2009.

  • The Outlawed
    Episode 6 1h 34m

    The Outlawed

    Episode 6 1h 34m

    A prosecutor pursuing the most dangerous motorcycle gang in the country is killed in a bombing - the first of many - and GSI becomes a political scapegoat. Directed by Daniel Lind Lagerlöf, 2009.