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The Best Episodes of The Bridge

Every episode of The Bridge ranked from best to worst. Let's dive into the Best Episodes of The Bridge!

When a body is found on the bridge between Denmark and Sweden, right on the border, Danish inspector Martin Rohde and Swedish Saga Norén have to share jurisdiction and work together to find the killer.

Genres:CrimeMysteryDrama
Networks:SVT1DR1

Top Episode Highlight

The best episode of "The Bridge" is "Episode 8", rated 9/10 from 1108 user votes. It was directed by Rumle Hammerich and written by N/A. "Episode 8" aired on 2/18/2018 and is rated 0.2 point(s) higher than the second highest rated, "Episode 10".

  • Episode 8
    9.0/10 1,108 votes

    #1 - Episode 8

    Season 4 Episode 8 - Aired 2018-02-18

    Henrik and Astrid are trying to get used to being father and daughter again. Meanwhile Saga gets a breakthrough and the murderer is revealed and arrested under dramatic circumstances. The murderer even confesses to the six killings/revenges. But Saga discovers something which doesn't fit. She goes back to the prison in Sweden and talks to the girl who almost killed her, and here she gets a terrible suspicion: there is another killer - and there is still one person left to be a victim!

    Director: Rumle Hammerich

    Writer: N/A

  • Episode 10
    8.8/10 1,214 votes

    #2 - Episode 10

    Season 2 Episode 10 - Aired 2013-11-24

    It becomes apparent that the case isn't over and Saga and Martin race to prevent another terrorist attack. Saga faces a decision that may destroy her friendship with Martin.

    Director: Henrik Georgsson

    Writer: N/A

  • Episode 10
    8.7/10 1,052 votes

    #3 - Episode 10

    Season 3 Episode 10 - Aired 2015-11-29

    Rasmus has discovered Freddie's abandoned helicopter in a disused concrete factory and is told to wait for back-up.

    Director: Henrik Georgsson

    Writer: Hans Rosenfeldt

  • Episode 9
    8.6/10 1,243 votes

    #4 - Episode 9

    Season 1 Episode 9 - Aired 2011-11-16

    Things are brought closer to home when the criminal's mask is removed.

    Director: Henrik Georgsson

    Writer: N/A

  • Episode 10
    8.6/10 1,319 votes

    #5 - Episode 10

    Season 1 Episode 10 - Aired 2011-11-23

    The crime spree is resolved. However, many loose threads remain.

    Director: Henrik Georgsson

    Writer: Hans Rosenfeldt

  • Episode 7
    8.6/10 816 votes

    #6 - Episode 7

    Season 4 Episode 7 - Aired 2018-02-11

    The inquiry into Tommy continues and Solveig still refuses to cooperate. She talks neither with Saga nor Jonas. The question is how long they can keep her in holding if they do not obtain any evidence. Lillian is still under pressure from the management to find the culprit, and now it seems that there is a leak in the department. In the meantime Saga makes a breakthrough in the search for Henrik's family.

    Director: Rumle Hammerich

    Writer: N/A

  • Episode 9
    8.4/10 955 votes

    #7 - Episode 9

    Season 2 Episode 9 - Aired 2013-11-17

    Saga and Martin have a sketch of the suspect, but can they get to them in time to avert 'The Graduation'. Their friendship is placed under strain by Martins inquiry into Saga's past.

    Director: Henrik Georgsson

    Writer: N/A

  • Episode 8
    8.3/10 832 votes

    #8 - Episode 8

    Season 3 Episode 8 - Aired 2015-11-15

    As the Internal Affairs investigation continues over the death of Saga's mother, the pressure on her becomes intense. Saga, Henrik and John receive new leads when it becomes clear a potential suspect in the mysterious serial killings is actually a victim.

    Director: Rumle Hammerich, Henrik Georgsson

    Writer: Hans Rosenfeldt

  • Episode 9
    8.3/10 819 votes

    #9 - Episode 9

    Season 3 Episode 9 - Aired 2015-11-22

    A captive Jeanette's whereabouts are located by Freddie using a tracking device and, with all resources being utilised to investigate the kidnapping, Saga is brought back from suspension to help Henrik follow a tip on who is behind the abduction.

    Director: Henrik Georgsson

    Writer: Hans Rosenfeldt

  • Episode 6
    8.3/10 789 votes

    #10 - Episode 6

    Season 4 Episode 6 - Aired 2018-02-04

    Henrik believes he found the connection between all victims and an unexpected finding ends up on the investigation board. At the same time, the crack between him and Saga is greater than ever.

    Director: Rumle Hammerich

    Writer: N/A

  • Episode 8
    8.1/10 1,125 votes

    #11 - Episode 8

    Season 1 Episode 8 - Aired 2011-11-09

    Because the detectives suspect that a policeman is involved, a profile of the killer is developed and several police fit the profile and a search among them begins. The hunt continues and a particular suspect is found.

    Director: Henrik Georgsson

    Writer: N/A

  • Episode 5
    8.1/10 827 votes

    #12 - Episode 5

    Season 3 Episode 5 - Aired 2015-10-25

    Saga and Henrik interview the estranged sister of the latest victim, who mentions that he had been cautioned after complaints from some of his pupils. Whilst nursing the hospitalised Hans, Lillian discovers a wound inside his cheek and Saga immediately orders the re-examination of previous victims. Claus attends the gallery opening of works from Freddie Holst's private collection and is alarmed when Anneka arrives and demands admittance.

    Director: Rumle Hammerich, Henrik Georgsson

    Writer: Hans Rosenfeldt

  • Episode 6
    8.1/10 843 votes

    #13 - Episode 6

    Season 3 Episode 6 - Aired 2015-11-01

    A sceptical Henrik and Saga are initially unimpressed when a young art curator suggests a connection between the murders of Helle Anker and Lars-Ove Abrahamsson and the brutal attack on Hans, but his theory leads them to interview Freddie Holst, a successful businessman with a substantial art collection. The detectives are called to yet another victim whose mutilation seems to be the work of their serial killer.

    Director: Rumle Hammerich, Henrik Georgsson

    Writer: Hans Rosenfeldt

  • Episode 7
    8.1/10 831 votes

    #14 - Episode 7

    Season 3 Episode 7 - Aired 2015-11-08

    Burglars make the gruesome discovery of two new victims, which Henrik recognises reflect the title of another of Freddie Holst's artworks called Cancel Christmas. The victims were foster carers and, whilst the team await a list of their charges, Saga and Henrik receive a breakthrough lead from John's new girlfriend Tina, who has been staking out the Holst house.

    Director: Rumle Hammerich, Henrik Georgsson

    Writer: Hans Rosenfeldt

  • Episode 7
    8.0/10 1,128 votes

    #15 - Episode 7

    Season 1 Episode 7 - Aired 2011-11-02

    A bus-load of children is kidnapped and are threatened to be killed. The police believe that the kidnapper is the killer, and the hunt continues.

    Director: Henrik Georgsson

    Writer: N/A

  • Episode 1
    8.0/10 1,109 votes

    #16 - Episode 1

    Season 2 Episode 1 - Aired 2013-09-22

    A tanker is heading towards the bridge. When it is boarded by the coastguard the crew are discovered to be missing. The only people on board are five youths, drugged and chained. Saga and Martin are assigned to investigate the case.

    Director: Henrik Georgsson

    Writer: Hans Rosenfeldt

  • Episode 3
    8.0/10 930 votes

    #17 - Episode 3

    Season 2 Episode 3 - Aired 2013-10-06

    Saga and Martin continue their hunt for the eco-terrorists, who have realised the police are on their trail.

    Director: Henrik Georgsson

    Writer: N/A

  • Episode 5
    8.0/10 911 votes

    #18 - Episode 5

    Season 2 Episode 5 - Aired 2013-10-20

    As the investigation moves forward a new group of four, animal head wearing, eco-terrorists post a video online. Saga is having some relationship "issues".

    Director: Morten Arnfred, Kathrine Windfeld

    Writer: N/A

  • Episode 6
    8.0/10 904 votes

    #19 - Episode 6

    Season 2 Episode 6 - Aired 2013-10-27

    A sunken boat containing skeletal remains is found, that appears to be related to the eco-terrorist case. Martin's son is taken into hospital in a serious condition.

    Director: Morten Arnfred, Kathrine Windfeld

    Writer: N/A

  • Episode 7
    8.0/10 899 votes

    #20 - Episode 7

    Season 2 Episode 7 - Aired 2013-11-03

    A chemical plant is attacked which threatens to contaminate a water source. Saga realises living with a partner is harder than she thought. Martin looks into Saga's past.

    Director: Morten Arnfred, Kathrine Windfeld

    Writer: N/A

  • Episode 8
    8.0/10 918 votes

    #21 - Episode 8

    Season 2 Episode 8 - Aired 2013-11-10

    Martin visits Jens in prison and seems to be getting to him. As they re-interview witnesses Saga suspects a statement has been tampered with. Laura regains consciousness and remembers what her assailant looks like.

    Director: Morten Arnfred, Kathrine Windfeld

    Writer: N/A

  • Episode 2
    8.0/10 886 votes

    #22 - Episode 2

    Season 3 Episode 2 - Aired 2015-10-04

    With the detectives now working on two so-called 'clown murders', a prime suspect is the traumatised son of the first victim, who is on the run. The usually phlegmatic Saga is distracted from the investigation by the unwelcome appearance of her mother, who insists on showing her a medical file, hoping to find a resolution to their estrangement.

    Director: Rumle Hammerich, Henrik Georgsson

    Writer: Hans Rosenfeldt

  • Episode 4
    8.0/10 854 votes

    #23 - Episode 4

    Season 3 Episode 4 - Aired 2015-10-18

    Saga and her new partner Henrik grow closer together while new discoveries shed light on how the murder cases are linked together.

    Director: Henrik Georgsson

    Writer: Hans Rosenfeldt

  • Episode 4
    8.0/10 772 votes

    #24 - Episode 4

    Season 4 Episode 4 - Aired 2018-01-21

    Taariq recognizes a car related to the case. He wants to push the owner for money, but is himself accused of robbery. Saga fears that will be more murders and Henrik's efforts for the homeless girls end up in disappointment.

    Director: Henrik Georgsson

    Writer: N/A

  • Episode 5
    8.0/10 773 votes

    #25 - Episode 5

    Season 4 Episode 5 - Aired 2018-01-28

    Saga and Henrik keep searching for a link between the murder victims. Lillian is reprimanded by her superiors. Dan finds out where his ex-wife and son are and causes trouble. The relationship between Saga and Henrik is tested to the limit and may have hit its breaking point.

    Director: Rumle Hammerich

    Writer: N/A