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Welcome to Sweden

Series Summary
Bruce, a successful money manager to the stars, and his beautiful Swedish girlfriend Emma seem to be the perfect couple, so it only seems natural that when Emma decides to leave New York to accept a prestigious banking job in Sockholm a year into their relationship, Bruce decides to join her. When they get there, Bruce not only has to deal with the lack of a job and friends, and the culture shock of moving halfway across the world, but also with learning to get along with Emma's strange and very Swedish family, including her parents Viveka and Birger, and her slacker brother, Gustav.

Air Dates: 2014 - Present

Genres: Sitcom

Network: TV4SWED

  • Season 1, Ep. 10 : Home/Återförening May 14, 2014

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    Bruce finds himself in a compromising position after a night out with Aubrey Plaza; Emma and Gustav try to reunite their parents; Bruce's return to Sweden is blocked.

  • Season 1, Ep. 9 : Separate Lives/Saknad May 14, 2014

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    Bruce returns to New York to help Amy Poehler solve her financial problems; Emma has trouble dealing with an ex-boyfriend; Viveka and Emma have a girls' night out.

  • Season 1, Ep. 8 : Breakups/Förhållanden May 7, 2014

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    Family trouble affects Bruce and Emma's plans to return to America; Bengt asks Bruce for dating advice; Emma's ex returns.

  • Season 1, Ep. 7 : Homesick/Lagom May 2, 2014

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    When Bruce's former client Amy Poehler asks him to return to New York to help with financial problems, Bruce and Emma must make a decision; Bruce decides to try working as a Swedish money manager.

  • Season 1, Ep. 6 : Parents!/Foraldrar Apr 25, 2014

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    When Wayne and Nancy visit Bruce, they clash with Emma's parents; Bruce tries to prove his move was the right decision; Emma shares some news.

critic reviews ( 3 )
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  • Skepticism turns to pleasure as Greg reveals himself to be a wide-eyed charmer (think a less smarmy Greg Kinnear) and Sweden becomes an unexpectedly welcome and disarming diversion in a summer cluttered with noisy mediocrity. show more

  • It's a pleasant enough blend of travelogue and gentle humor. show more

  • Neither [Welcome to Sweden or "Working the Engels"] is awful, neither will make you cancel other plans.... The execution is slick, and sister Amy has cameos, but how many times can they make the sauna jokes? show more

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