'Borgen' Wins a Peabody Award | KCET
'Borgen' Wins a Peabody Award
All those anxious Danish faces should have reason to look happy, because "Borgen" has won a Peabody Award! It was announced on Wednesday that the Danish-produced political drama, whose second season is currently airing in the U.S. on KCET and on Link TV, had won. Among other series lauded this year were "Breaking Bad," the Netflix remake of "House of Cards," "Orange Is the New Black," "Scandal," and "Orphan Black." See the full list of winners here.
Tune in to the next episode of "Borgen" on KCET on Monday at 10 p.m. And catch up with the previous two episodes on KCET.org here. Haven't started watching yet? Get up to speed with our recaps for the whole series.
And please, buck up, you melancholy Danes!
There, that's more like it. Congrats to the entire "Borgen" crew!
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