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In the comedy-drama Seaside Hotel, the staff and guests of a Danish hotel navigate the inter-war period. From 1928-33, the world is heading for disaster. Follow the lives of the hotel's regulars and the local staff as the mood swings from optimism to crisis. From Walter Presents, in Danish with English subtitles.

Seaside Hotel is a series that is currently running and has 5 seasons (33 episodes). The series first aired on December 30, 2013.

Seaside Hotel is available for streaming on the PBS Masterpiece website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Seaside Hotel on demand at Amazon Prime, The Roku Channel online.

PBS Masterpiece
5 Seasons, 33 Episodes
December 30, 2013
Cast: Ole Thestrup, Bodil Jorgensen
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Seaside Hotel Full Episode Guide

  • January 1933: Madsen and Mr. Frigh convince Fie to open the hotel off season for a surprise party. The regular guests defy both winter and the political crisis and set sail. But what will the newlyweds think of the surprise?

  • Madsen is certain that Morten is trying to trick him. Ane's baby is taken and Fie must help. The power game continues between the Molins, which starts a love-avalanche rolling through the hotel.

  • Severin has been stung by a wasp. A meeting between Morten and Madsen turns out quite differently from what Madsen feared. Edith has fallen head over heels in love, which is insufferable for Otilia. Fie is faced with a dilemma about Ane.

  • Mr. Molin has come down with a nervous stomach. Mrs. Molin is looking forward to filming Amanda's advertisement with Mr. Weyse. Valter is trying his luck with Edith, and Mr. Aurland makes a suggestion that surprises the sensible Otilia.

  • Molin is trying to hide that he is on the verge of bankruptcy, but he also has to make sure that his wife stays away from Mr. Weyse. And secrets aren't solely reserved for the guests of the hotel.

  • 1932: The regular guests are back at the hotel, but in the midst of the idyll, the very wealthy August Molin arrives from Copenhagen with his Swedish wife. Mr. Weyse is instantly captivated by Mrs. Molin, but it's a dangerous game.

  • The summer is declining, but sorrows and joys are far from over at the little hotel.

  • Mrs. Frigh is still very captivated by the local farmer, Arne Kokholm, while Mrs. Aurland becomes increasingly careless at hiding her relationship with Weyse. A storm is brewing.

  • Two of the maids have fallen ill and consequently a fear arises in the kitchen that it might be caused by food poisoning--and that some of the guests might have gotten it as well.

  • Mrs. Aurland needs Weyse to look after baby Severin, which has an unexpected effect on the otherwise self-absorbed actor.

  • Ane is dying to go to Hotel Udsigten to watch Jesper perform but Fie won't let her. Nevertheless, Ane makes plans, which leaves Edith in somewhat of a pickle.

  • Fie's younger sister Ane has arrived at the hotel after being fired by the priest's wife. She starts work at the hotel but makes a number of unfortunate mistakes.

  • It is the summer of 1931, and the newspapers are full of articles about all the world's crises. Regular guests at Andersen's small bathing hotel are still back.