'Follow the Money' Season 2 Episode Recap | Link TV
'Follow the Money' Season 2 Episode Recap
The long-anticipated Season 3 of "Follow the Money" landed on Link TV in the fall of 2019. Catch up on the previous season of the Danish darma in the episode guide below and tune in for new episodes airing every Monday at 9 p.m. ET/PT and streaming for 30 days.
A seemingly trivial case of a small carpentry business that has gone bankrupt under mysterious circumstances gets Mads' attention. Claudia is released after one-and-a-half years in prison but her son is in Paris and the only work she can find is at a coffee shop. But then she gets a visit from Energreen's old chairman, Mr. Christensen. Nicky and Bimse still have the auto repair shop — but on the side, Nicky has become an apprentice to the Swede, “P.”
Mads has to defend the police's handling of the hostage crisis in Nova Bank. He digs deeper and finds that the bank forced the carpenter into bankruptcy. Claudia has her first day at Absalon Bank. P is still in the hospital and will need to let Nicky take over his tasks.
Having knocked down Mads to avoid being caught, Nicky must dump the Swede's car, but Bimse already sold it to East European spare parts smugglers. Looking into the bank's "special branch" record of wrecking debtors' businesses convinces Mads and Alf and even their boss, but they still lack proof. Banker Knud Christensen's security system allows him to catch Nicky spying with the bug, so he confronts the Swede about it. Stock exchange activity and a false rumor to manipulate Absalon bank's price proves to Simon he still needs to fight off hostile takeover.
Mads and Alf unravel the corrupt practices at Nova Bank, not realizing that their boss Nanna is reporting their findings to Nova's chairman, the very man they are trying to bring down. Amanda struggles with her demons as Absalon Bank faces a critical vote from its shareholders. The Swede tries to influence this vote and gives Nicky a dirty job to do.
Mads and Alf, so far unable to pin any fraud on the chairman of Nova Bank, find a new lead and are able to bring him in for questioning. Nicky has an unexpected visit at the garage, straining his relationship with Bimse even further, but Nicky will soon have much bigger things to worry about. Amanda and Claudia realize that the only way to avoid Absalon Bank being taken over by Nova is to find another bank that is willing to buy them.
Nicky's assignment from Christiansen, to kidnap his ex-colleague’s granddaughter, proves troublesome and he desperately tries to cover his tracks. Alf and Mads get another lead in their case against Christiansen and think they can finally nail him. Amanda resorts to blackmail to keep control of her bank.
After his failed assignment, Nicky has fallen out of favor with the Swede and is tipped over the edge when he can't get answers from him. At the Fraud Squad, Mads is more impatient than ever to get evidence against Christensen. Against his boss's advice, he heads over to Absalon Bank and sees something that will be important for the investigation — Claudia.
Claudia is feeding the police information about Christensen, but fails to give them any concrete evidence. Mads and Alf press her to lure him into a trap. Their co-operation brings up the Energreen scandal again, and Claudia tells them what she knows about Sanders' escape route, information which puts them on the trail of the Swede. Meanwhile, the Swede meant what he said to Nicky who now reports directly to Christensen, while the Swede himself prepares his exit from the dirty games.
Mads waits nervously in the hospital not realizing there is also trouble at home. His pregnant wife Kristina is woken by a noise in the dark as Nicky has broken into their home to retrieve the evidence against Christensen. Absalon is on the verge of bankruptcy, and the siblings Amanda and Simon are fighting to save their bank. Claudia will stop at nothing to get revenge on Christensen, even if it means betraying the people who trust her. The Swede turns up at the garage, desperately looking for Nicky — but finds Bimse.
Alf has rumbled Christensen's plan — a huge attack on the Danish krone. He and Mads try to stop it, but the attack is already underway and threatens to bring the whole country's economy to its knees. Claudia has sold Steen to the police to get revenge on Christensen, but it's still not enough to trap the unscrupulous businessman. Amanda struggles to prove that Simon is not complicit in Christensen's crimes.
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Mads and Alf unravel the corrupt practices at Nova Bank, not realizing that their boss Nanna is reporting their findings to Nova's chairman, the very man they are trying to bring down.
Looking into the bank's "special branch" record of wrecking debtors' businesses convinces Mads and Alf and even their boss, but they still lack proof.
Mads has to defend the police's handling of the hostage crisis in Nova Bank. He digs deeper and find that the bank forced the carpenter into bankruptcy.
Claudia is released after one and a half years in prison but her son is in Paris and the only work she can find is at a coffee shop.
Bankruptcy and suicide on the season 1 finale of "Follow the Money."