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Catch Up on the Danish Christmas Horror TV Series, ‘Elves’

Good news for fans of Christmas TV shows! You can now watch Christmas contents that come with a thrilling twist. Netflix just dropped a new Danish TV series called Elves on Sunday 28 November.

If you are tired of Christmas comedies or Rom Coms, this show may be what you need as it merges Christmas with horror. Forget about the cute and jingly Santa’s little helpers, Netflix adds a dark and intriguing twist to the Christmas tale as a family of four tours a secluded Danish island for the holidays, only to discover the island is endowed with creatures that are not so friendly as they’d hope.

This six-episode TV show is quite short, with each episode running for about 25 minutes, thus easy to binge in a single day. So why not kick off your holiday season with obnoxious Netflix content.

Elves has so far received mixed reviews, with an audience score of 28% and a 5.5/10 rating on IMDb. Some viewers even like Elves better than the live-action series, Cowboy Bebop! So, it’s worth giving it a try if you’re looking for something out of the ordinary.

Who is The Season’s Cast?

The series introduces fresh faces with Danish actors taking to the screen. The cast members include Ann Eleonora Jørgensen as Karen, Vivelill Søgaard Holmes as Liv, Peter Thomas Pedersen as Mads, Rasmus Hammerich as Møller, Milo Campanale as Kasper, Sonja Steen as Josefine, Lila Nobel as Charlotte, Lukas Løkken as Anders, Anne Katrine Sund as Lisbeth and Josiah Sarquah as John.

The elf cast consists of Nina Frifelt, Linette Stamp Christensen, Mille Marie Johsen, Sabrina Mây Elmhoff and Silje Enevold Gjesme.

Will There Be Elves Season 2?

Netflix hasn’t announced the renewal of the show for another season, but with its popularity, chances are high we’ll get another season. Elves season 2 is set to debut on the streaming network just in time for next year’s holiday season.

Though nothing is definite yet, we are pretty optimistic about a second season.

Written by Ralph Glorioso

World cinema and electronic music enthusiast. Most importantly, a firm believer in slice of life and iyashikei anime.

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