When reality turns upside down, unforeseen forces may surface. Losing both her job and her husband, Vera decides to leave the city for a new position and a new life in the town of Angelby. Her arrival is dramatic, and as she settles in Angelby, Vera becomes the focus of a murder investigation with several unusual undertones. Her life is intertwined with those of the town, but something mysterious is going on in Angelby: Vera is not here by coincidence. A SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE SERIES.
Angelby Ep. 1
When Vera starts over in Angelby, she quickly learns that everything in the town is not as it seems.
Angelby Ep. 3
Vera receives an anonymous package with a book chronicling the history of Angelby. Is there anything here that might help solve the mystery of the dead boy?
Angelby Ep. 4
Torsten is still missing and won’t answer his phone, so Vera goes to look for him at his cabin in the woods.
Angelby Ep. 7
Vera, Markus and Jakob head over to the run down house that was their childhood home
Angelby Ep. 10
Vera, who is in mourning after receiving terrible news, gets an unexpected visitor.
Enjoyed very much.
I just now finished watching the last episode (binge watched this show in 2 days) and I think this series is fantastic! This and Jordskott are both wonderful examples of intelligent writing along with drama and folklore interwoven with complex/deep emotions. Bravo Sweden! Also, I would not have known of this show if not for Shudder.. so Thanks Shudder! I hope to see more high-quality foreign titles in the future
It was really good! I quite enjoyed it from start to finish - interesting storyline & definitely very good acting. I liked the ending as well.
Some complain about subtitles...learn how to read. I enjoy a good subtitled show. You have really pay attention to the show and not multitask as hard as it is not to anymore with smart phones lol
I got major Leftovers vibes , which is good because I enjoyed that series. Swedish folklore/supernatural, if that's how you would classify it, is great. Jordskott was a good one too. Darker undertones but executed really well. 5/5