Trying to find “Borgen” is a little like trying to do arithmetic with the Red Queen in “Through the Looking Glass” — it can seem foolhardy to even try.
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Link TV is in the midst of rebroadcasting Season 1 (Episode 5 will be shown on Sunday at 9 p.m. Eastern and Pacific times; the finale is on Nov. 18) and is planning a marathon of Seasons 1 and 2 over Thanksgiving weekend, so it’s not too soon to start figuring out how best to watch it.
ON TELEVISION Link TV is available by satellite on DirecTV and the Dish network. While some of its programs are also offered by major cable systems, “Borgen” is not one of them.
ONLINE LinkTV.org also shows programs online free, but it is a complicated setup: each episode is available online after broadcast for two weeks. But viewers can’t go back further than two weeks to watch initial episodes. All episodes of Seasons 1 and 2 will be online for two weeks after the Thanksgiving weekend marathon.
ON DVD Discs are sold on Amazon.com, but they are European editions that do not work on most North American players.
Season 3 is in production and could be ready for broadcast in the United States next spring.
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