Netflix has revealed the premiere date and first teaser trailer for the Swedish coming of age series ‘Young Royals.’ Directed by Rojda Sekersöz (conceptual director) and Erika Calmeyer, Young Royals will premiere on July 1st on Netflix.
Young Royals is a new Swedish coming of age series about students at the prestigious Swedish boarding school Hillerska, trying to find their way in life.
Edvin Ryding (Gåsmamman, Älska mig) portrays Prince Wilhelm and Pernilla August, one of Sweden's leading actresses, features his mother, Queen Kristina. Prince Wilhelm’s classmates at the boarding school will be played by Malte Gårdinger (Morden I Sandhamn), Frida Argento (Astrid), Nikita Uggla as well as Omar Rudberg, known from the band FO&O, who now makes his acting debut.
Earlier, Netflix also revealed some first-look images from the series:
Just some first looks to get you ready for the Young Royals teaser 👑 Coming on Wednesday. pic.twitter.com/BqrXUfu7YQ— Netflix Nordic (@NetflixNordic) May 17, 2021
The story centers around Prince Wilhelm (Edvin Ryding). When he arrives at the prestigious boarding school Hillerska he finally gets an opportunity to explore his true self and find out what kind of life he really wants. Wilhelm starts dreaming of a future filled with freedom and unconditional love far away from the royal obligations - but when he unexpectedly becomes next in line for the throne his dilemma is heightened as he has to make a choice. Love or duty.
The cast also includes Nathalie Varli, Felicia Truedsson, Mimmi Cyon, Ingela Olsson, Rennie Mirro, Livia Millhagen and David Lenneman.
Lisa Ambjörn, Lars Beckung, and Camilla Holter will be the showrunners based on the screenpaly written by Lisa Ambjörn (head writer), Pia Gradvall, Sofie Forsman and Tove Forsman.
Lisa Berggren Eyre and Martin Söder from Nexiko are the producers with Lars Beckung of Nexiko as executive producer.
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