Have you had problems warming to The Bridge's humourless detective Saga Noren at first? Turns out you're not alone. “I didn't like her,” reveals Sofia Helin, the Swedish actress behind this no-nonsense police-woman who worked by the book – reporting her colleague for letting a life-saving ambulance drive through a crime scene, going out for sex and takeaway in the same disposable fashion, having to be taught about the art of being kind to people and the etiquette of the work coffee break.
FX’s The Bridge (premiering on Wednesday, July 10, 10/9C) centers on the forced collaboration of a Mexican detective, part of the Chihuahua State Police, with an El Paso homicide detective with Aspergers to solve the murder of a wom... Read Post
FX’s The Bridge (Wednesdays, 10/9C) may have a mystery with international implications and potential repercussions, but it is also very character-driven. We’ve seen what makes El Paso Detective Sonya Cross such an interesting charac... Read Post
I recently sat down with up-and-coming singer-songwriter Sofia. We had so much fun talking that I lost myself in a few places. What? I'm not a professional journalist. I am a butch lawyer who writes a blog, and I can count on one ha... Read Post