TV show's Ratings


    The Chestnut Man

    SERIES (2021)


    « If you find one, he’s already found you.»
    Runtime 50 min
    channel Netflix
    Digital: World September 29, 2021
    Parental Advisory Violence & Gore, Frightening & Intense Scenes
    • Violence & Gore


    • Frightening & Intense Scenes


    • Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking


    • Profanity


    • Sex & Nudity


    Production Companies SAM Productions


    A young woman is found brutally murdered in a playground and one of her hands is missing. Above her hangs a small man made of chestnuts.
    1 season, 6 episodes 5 hr
    s1: e1— Season 1, Episode 1  

    Episode #1.1

    September 29, 2021 7.5
    s1: e2— Season 1, Episode 2  

    Episode #1.2

    September 29, 2021 7.3
    s1: e3— Season 1, Episode 3  

    Episode #1.3

    September 29, 2021 7.4
    s1: e4— Season 1, Episode 4  

    Episode #1.4

    September 29, 2021 7.2
    s1: e5— Season 1, Episode 5  

    Episode #1.5

    September 29, 2021 7.2
    s1: e6— Season 1, Episode 6  

    Episode #1.6

    September 29, 2021 7.2

    Сast and Crew


    On 19 August 2019, Netflix announced its second Danish series at the Copenhagen TV Festival. The Chestnut Man is based on the debut novel by award-winning writer Søren Sveistrup (The Killing) and the series debuted on Netflix worldwide.

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    A quality Scandinavian detective story that is fun to watch from start to finish. Very nice actors and a good plot in the style of the mysterium. Translated to English


    A good Scandinavian detective who makes you puzzle over finding out the killer. The plot does not allow the drama to overshadow the rest of the events. It was interesting to watch the series. Translated to English


    Very fit. A dark detective with a slowly developing plot. I would say the Scandinavian True Detective, there are too many similarities. The characters are good, the plot is logical. In some places it dragged on too much, but the Scandinavians always have it, a local feature. Z.Y. Didn’t read the book. Translated to English