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Welcome to Sweden: canceled or renewed? information

Welcome to Sweden: Season One Ratings

Welcome to Sweden TV show ratingsAmy Poehler’s Parks and Recreation series has managed to stay on NBC for seven seasons. How will her brother’s show, Welcome to Sweden, do in the ratings? Will it have a long run or will it be cancelled like so many other shows? We’ll have to wait and see.

On Welcome to Sweden, a successful New Yorker (Greg Poehler) agrees to follow his girlfriend (Josephine Bornebusch) as she returns to her hometown of Stockholm. Others in the cast are Lena Olin, Claes Månsson, Christopher Wagelin, Per Svensson, Patrick Duffy, and Illeana Douglas.

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Welcome to Sweden TV show on NBC

Welcome to Sweden

Based on events in the life of Greg Poehler, this comedy TV show revolves around Bruce Evans (Poehler) and Emma Wiik (Josephine Bornebusch), seemingly the perfect couple. He's a successful money manager to the stars in New York. He lives with Emma, the sweet woman from Sweden whom he loves and adores. A rare combination of intelligent, funny, kind and beautiful, Emma believes she has finally found her true soul mate in Bruce. After being with him a year, she makes the life-changing decision to move back to her native Stockholm to accept a prestigious banking job. She's surprised and thrilled that he agrees to move with her to begin a new life together. With no job, friends or any real clue about what he is getting himself into, Bruce is quick to face many unique challenges and culture clashes. The most notable one is how to win over Emma's strange and very Swedish family. They move in with her parents -- Viveka (Lena Olin) and Birger (Claes Månsson). Viveka is a therapist who dearly loves her family but has difficulty showing it -- especially to Emma. She also takes an instant dislike Bruce. Birger is a retired sea captain and is a typical Swede -- tall, kind and silent. He doesn't speak much English which only adds to the communication barriers. Emma's younger brother is Gustav (Christopher Wagelin), a 28-year old mega-slacker who can do no wrong in his mother's eyes. Birger's younger brother is Bengt (Per Svensson), an American-adoring rockabilly type who seems to live his life through Hollywood movies. Bruce's parents are Wayne (Patrick Duffy) and Nancy (Illeana Douglas). Wayne is conservative by nature and resides in a small Midwestern town. Nancy wants nothing but the best for her son, but can't comprehend his decision to leave his happy life in New York.

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