Netflix’s A Nearly Normal Family
Netflix’s A Nearly Normal Family – The world of a seemingly perfect family shatters when a shocking murder proves that they’re willing to make desperate moves to protect one another.
The Swedish thriller “A Nearly Normal Family,” based on M. T. Edvardsson’s critically acclaimed novel of the same name, is leading to binge-watches.
The six-episode miniseries follows what happens when a 19-year-old girl, Stella Sandell (Alexandra Karlsson Tyrefors), is accused of murdering her 32-year-old boyfriend Chris Olsen (Christian Fandango) — and there’s evidence she really did.
The accusation fractures her family, comprised of a priest dad Adam (Björn Bengtsson) and lawyer mom Ulrika (Lo Kauppi).
Storyline for Netflix’s A Nearly Normal Family
The Sandell family is a normal family consisting of the priest Adam, the lawyer Ulrika and their 19-year-old daughter Stella.
They live a seemingly perfect life in a polished residential suburb outside of Lund.
One day, everything changes when Stella ends up in custody, accused of murder.
Her devastated parents don’t know what to do.
What has happened?
They want to help Stella at any cost, but do they really know their daughter?
Or each other?
Episodes of Netflix’s A Nearly Normal Family
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Four years after a traumatic event shook their family, the Sandells seem to be back to normal until their lives take an unexpected turn.
During interrogations the family reveals the truth of what happened that night.
Adam uses his pastor position to push the case forward.
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Stella reflects on a troubling visit and the ensuing discovery at Chris’ apartment.
Ulrika starts her own investigation.
Ulrika finds an excuse to set a dinner with friends and confirm her suspicions.
Stella reveals all information to her psychologist.
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After talking to Amina, Ulrika is ready to do anything to protect her family.
Adam unleashes his anger while Stella faces her feelings of guilt.
During the trial an unexpected witness takes the stand which alters the Sandell family’s world.