A comedy drama about the richest man in Sweden and his son Bröli, living together in an enormous castle. The series is all about justice and injustice, equality and inequality, and it's packed with absurd humor.
Bröli's caring daddy wants his son to have a good and safe life. He knows he's being overprotective, but he just can't help it. There are so many strange and scary things out there in the world, and who knows what might happen to his son?
Bröli only wants to break free and become more independent. To learn more about the ways of the world he always asks his daddy loads of questions:
How can we be so rich? Why do we only hang out with other rich people? Why doesn’t everyone have a pool? Who does the cleaning for our maid? And how can she travel to work when she doesn't even own a car?
The series was a huge public and critical success when aired in Sweden. Both young and old viewers laughed heartily at the two protagonists, struggling to find their place in a strange world.
VOICES OF THE PRESS:
"This is one of the finest and funniest depictions of unreflected wealth and tender overprotection that I have ever seen."
Gunilla Brodrej, Expressen
"Erik and Sara Haag have done something pretty amazing - they have truly succeded in producing a comedy series that works for all ages. Daddy's Money is one of the funniest, most absurd, and spot on Swedish dramas I've seen in a very long time."
Alex Schulman, Aftonbladet