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The world as we know it has ended. Six years after a brutal virus carried by the rain wiped out almost all humans in Scandinavia, two Danish siblings emerge from the safety of their bunker to find all remnants of civilization gone. Soon they join a group of young survivors and together set out on a danger-filled quest through abandoned Scandinavia, searching for any sign of life. Set free from their collective past and societal rules the group has the freedom to be who they want to be. In their struggle for survival, they discover that even in a post-apocalyptic world there's still love, jealousy, coming of age, and many of the problems they thought they'd left behind with the disappearance of the world they once knew.

Country: Denmark

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: Danish

Release Date: May 4, 2018

Also Known As: Дождь, Η Βροχή |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M), Brazil (16) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

post-apocalyptic future
teen drama

Company Credits

Production Co: Miso Film


Rumle Kærså
as A
Josephine Philip
as Woman with Dead Child
Anna Bjelkerud
as Karen
Vera Mi Fernandez Bachmann
as B
Monica Krogh-Meyer
as Newsreader
Sonny Lindberg
as Jean
Sandra Guldberg Kampp
as Mathilde
Asta Kainz
as Classmate 2
Lila Nobel
as Sarah's Doctor
Stine Prætorius
as Apollon Employee
Nadia Avoghlian Kristensen
as Girls at Party
Bertil Smith
as Ragged Boy
Viktor Melnikov
as Voice of Strangers
Dimitra Barla
as Investor
Mikkel Arndt
as Carsten
Morten Lützhøft
as Sarah's Father
Bogdan Gorgos
as Ivan/Voice of Strangers
Jacob Lohmann
as Thomas
Lukas Løkken
as Patrick
Jesper Hagelskær Paasch
as Tortured Man
Thomas Bang
as Scientist
Thea Glindorf
as Anna
Michael Rajani
as Scientist
Steen Henriksen
as Old man
Patrick kweku kværnø Quansah
as Apollon Scientist
Nicoline Melbye Andreassen
as Young Sarah
Emmeli Stjärnfeldt
as Kobieta
Lue Dittmann Støvelbæk
as Lea's Classmate 3
Jessica Dinnage
as Lea
Thomas Chaanhing
as Apollon Scientist
Edhem Jesenkovic
as Nervous Man
Kenneth Kainz
as Teacher
Nikolaj Groth
as Asger
Lisa Carlehed
as Doctor
Camilla Kold Krohn Gade
as Stranger
Dan Boie
as Stranger
Christine Sønderris
as Johanne
Maria Esther Lemvigh
as Woman in Van
Emma B. Marott
as Lea's Classmate 2
Evin Ahmad
as Kira
Angela Bundalovic
as Beatrice
Clara Rosager
as Sarah
Lars Simonsen
as Frederik
Jean Pique Hansen
as Apollon Man
Cecilia Loffredo
as Luna
Ellaha Lack
as Petra
Maj-Britt Mathiesen
as Doctor
Marie Dalsgaard
as Guard
Henning Valin Jakobsen
as Bjørn
Jacob Ottensten
as Lea's Classmate 4
Happy Jankell
as Natasha
Joos Rohrberg Sanden Støvelbæk
as Kristian
Joen Højerslev
as Scientist
Emma Madsen
as Patrick's Girlfriend
Mette Alvang
as Female Assistant
Marinela Dekic
as Female Stranger
Tony Scott
as Doctor
Jack Pedersen
as C
Petrine Agger
as Lea's Mother
Christian Brandt
as Mad Driver
Iben Hjejle
as Ellen
Martin Bo Lindsten
as Vilde's Father
Bolette Engstrøm Bjerre
as Vilde's Mother
Amelia Hoy
as Doctor
Henrik Clemmensen-Nielsen
as Scientist
Henrik Birch
as Hans
Rashid Aitouganov
as Voice of Strangers
Rasmus Hammerich
as Voice of Strangers/Man on Highway/Stranger
Carla Philip Røder
as Lea's Classmate 1
Albert Rudbeck Lindhardt
as Boy in Facebook Video
Anne Gry Henningsen
as Caseworker
Malak Maher Abu Ayyash
as Young Kira
Katinka Evers-Jahnsen
as Little Girl
Bertil De Lorenzi
as Young Rasmus/Rasmus (10)
Josephine Park
as Kamilla
Jacob Randrup
as Allan
Sebastian Aagaard-Williams
as Per
Natalie Madueño
as Fie
Eldina Jaganjac
Frieda Krøgholt
as Classmate 3
Mikkel Boe Følsgaard
as Martin
Rebekka Trier Kær
as Olivia
Kasper Leisner
as Scientist
Nanna Skaarup Voss
as Young Woman
Robert Jancevic
as Stranger
Magdalena Eshaya
as Martha
Lars Torpp Thomsen
as Klaus
Kaya Toft Loholt
as Vilde
Ina-Miriam Rosenbaum
as Doctor
Rikke Westi
as Girls at Party
Olle Jernberg
as Man
Clara Thorning
as Girl in Facebook Video
Anders Juul
as Jakob
Anders Heinrichsen
as Lawyer/Phillip
Morten Feldt
as Apollon Scientist
Emil Hedayat
as Memo
Anders Mossling
as Mark
Gaspard Nicolas Perrier
as Disinfecting Technician
Ramadan Huseini
as Sergei
Inge Lise Goltermann
as Medical assistent
Dennis Haladyn
as Urban Survivor
Olaf Højgaard
as Voice of Ragged Person
Rodaina Dib Shour
as Various Voices
Robin Koch
as Lea's Classmate 5
Simon Würtz
as Man
Nicklas Søderberg Lundstrøm
as Dennis
Aleksandr Komkov
as Voice of Strangers
Kristian Fjord
as Patrick's Boss
Alba August
as Simone Andersen
Adam Habib Buratowski
as Apollon Guard
Virgil Katring-Rasmussen
as Markus
Marina Bouras
as Sarah's Mother
Palmi Gudmundsson
as Police
Kristian Ibler
as Stranger
Ardalan Esmaili
as Uncle
Dan Zahle
as Anders
Sabil Altai
as Young Memo
Biljana Stojkoska
as Apollon Woman
Emilie Kruse
as Voice on the Phone
Malin Elisabeth Rømer Brolin-Tani
as Markus' Mother
Christian 'Krølle' Pedersen
as Commander
Nicolai Dahl Hamilton
as Ragged Father
Adam Schmidt Jensen
as Stranger
Mads Riisom
as Frightened Man
Kasper Løfvall Stensbirk
as Nervous Soldier
Elvir Ramovic
as Ragged Person
Rex Leonard
as Daniel
Amany Turk
as Various Voices
Henrik Noël Olesen
as Patrick's Dad
Lucas Lynggaard Tønnesen
as Rasmus Andersen
Johannes Kuhnke
as Sten
Annemette Andersen
as Trine
Igor Egholm
as Classmate 1

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2018 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

2019 | 6 Episodes

Season 3

2020 | 6 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

Danish Film Awards (Robert) 2019


Danish Film Awards (Robert)

Best Actress - TV Series (Årets kvindelige hovedrolle - tv-serie)


Danish Film Awards (Robert)

Best TV Series (Årets tv-serie)

Zulu Awards 2019


Zulu Awards

Best Actor (Årets danske skuespiller)

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