RVK releases new Trapped series two trailer

Not long to go now until series two of Trapped makes its bow in its native Iceland. Unfortunately, it looks as though it’s going to be a bit longer until we see it in the UK – our guess? February – but it’s definitely something to look forward to.

Producer RVK has released a new, Icelandic-language trailer, so here it is!

Iceland’s looking handsome, the cast is looking furtive (but handsome) and the story looks intriguing. Iceland gets it on Boxing Day (the day after Christmas), as does much of Europe.

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16 Comments Add yours

  1. Charlotte Carling says:

    Ok, so that would be a much shorter wait than for The Bridge, but the beeb are still missing a beat by not broadcasting it straight away.
    I’m keeping my fingers crossed that the right countries are included in “much of Europe”.

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  2. Seija says:

    Thumbs up, CC & Paul! Early 2019 should come pretty fast IMO as many countries have shown the reruns of s1 recently. Fertive? Or is it furtive? (had to check it up ;)

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    1. Paul Hirons says:

      LOL It is furtive – blame the word festive for that little slip

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      1. Seija says:

        It really is looking out to be a FESTIVE season this Christmas and New Year’s: The ABC Murders, Luther and many other British X-mas treats on telly. Now if only we got Trapped thrown in here in Scandinavia our cups would runneth over…

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    2. Charlotte Carling says:

      There have been some very quick exports/imports this year. The Bridge, Spring Tide, Ride Upon The Storm, State of Happiness etc. have all been broadcast simultaneously in two or more Nordic countries. I’m feeling positive!

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      1. Seija says:

        OMG, CC, let’s hope so!

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      2. Charlotte Carling says:

        Just saw that it won’t be simultaneous on SVT or YLE. There is still hope for NRK and DR (they have shorter TV guides so no programming released for 26th yet).

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  3. Andy D says:

    As long as it’s cold and snowy when it’s broadcast here, that’s all I want!

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  4. Seija says:

    Paul, you guessed right. Trapped 2 will land on the shores of the UK (and France) in February as stated by RÚV’s fb site. You lucky you…

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    1. Charlotte Carling says:

      Did you ask about dates relevant for us, Seija? I think Denmark is my best hope at the moment. NRK and SVT are a definite no for simultaneous premiere. Argh!

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      1. Seija says:

        Of course I asked, CC, but no such luck that they’d answered (at least not yet)… I checked ylefem/areena’s upcoming shows till 21 Jan. and no sign of Trapped 2 there *sigh* so it’s February or beyond for us, I’m afraid :(

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      2. Charlotte Carling says:

        Oh, I hope they will answer you soon.
        (I see the Finns are generous with their schedule. SVT give three weeks, NRK two and DR only one.)

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      3. Charlotte Carling says:

        Haha! Instead of Trapped, DR have opted for The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared on boxing day. Well, I guess it’s about time I watched it. Gustafsson in fine form, by all accounts :)

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      4. Seija says:

        Oh bugger, I just got mail from RÙV and all they say is “…no information available…nothing confirmed yet for Scandinavia…” Aaaaand, the waiting game begins again :(

        I’ve seen that Hundraåringen…/The 100 year-old man who climbed out the window and disappeared (2013) with Robert Gustafsson but I have yet to see the sequel Hundraettåringen som smet från notan och försvann/The 101-Year-Old Man Who Skipped Out on the Bill and Disappeared from 2016. The first film is not guite Little Big Man (1970) with Dustin Hoffman or Forrest Gump (1994) with Tom Hanks, but it’s pretty darn close :) Enjoy!

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      5. Seija says:

        P.s. CC, jag fortsätter på reddit.

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