Wednesday, 9.30pm, SBS One The story picks up 13 months after emotionally dysfunctional Swedish Inspector Saga Noren (Sofia Helin, pictured) shoots disillusioned Danish Inspector Martin Rhode (Kim Bodnia) to stop him from killing the psychopath Jens Hansen, who tortured and murdered his son August. Rhode has fallen in a heap; his marriage has disintegrated and he has been moved off the homicide squad. Noren continues as normal and even finds a boyfriend but has to borrow a book on relationships to find out how they work. The two haven’t met since the shooting, but she calls Rhode for help when a tanker hits the Oresund Bridge connecting southern Sweden to Denmark. The crew has disappeared and five youths are found chained up below. Turns out they have a contagious form of pneumonic plague. Teaming up with the blunt Noren turns out to be excellent therapy for Rhode. As usual, there are several subplots in this excellent series. Laura, a university student, is having a lesbian relationship with her maths teacher, and orphan schoolboy Linus sets himself alight to show three bullies he’s as tough as them. As with most of the Scandinavian crime dramas hitting our screens, the story is multi-layered and quite complicated. Add subtitles and you can’t afford to doze off even for a nanosecond. Not that you’ll want to.