After last year’s anniversary season, Farmen is now back with a new season. For a number of weeks, the participants live as they did in the 19th century, far away from modernities such as connectivity, electricity and running water. At the same time that everyday life on the farm is bordered by intrigue, drama and competitions. The new season premieres on January 8 on TV4 Play and TV4.
This year’s season is filled with strong personalities from all over the country who get to test life as farmers on the farm Norra Brandstorp in Småland. We meet both younger and older participants and the age range between the youngest and the oldest participant is 44 years. On the farm, they compete to see who will ultimately stand as the big farmer and collect the prize money of half a million kroner.
Program manager The Farm 2023
The program is led for the third time by Anna Brolin. At her side we find Hans Wincent, who acts as a mentor and guides the participants during the course of the program.
– As always, it’s great fun to be back with another season of The Farm. This year’s season is a fun mix of participants and it offers intrigue, strong emotions and lots of laughs, says Anna Brolin.
When does Farmen 2023 premiere?
This year’s edition of Farmen premieres on January 8 on TV4 Play and TV4.
The farm 2023 participants
Tova Andersson, 34, Childminder, Stockholm
Sandra Öder, Operative Coach, 28, Jönköping
Sandra Göransson, Farrier, 40, Västmanland
Madeleine Olovsson, Personal Assistant, 51, Bohuslän
Julia Joelsson Boänges, Fitter, 27, Stockholm
Karin Kollberg, 38, Hairdresser, Gothenburg
Nebil Davidsson, 39, District Manager, Norrköping
Andreas Gauffin, 42, Actor, Stockholm
Jan-Christer Nilsson, Pensioner, 68, Trelleborg
Viktor Bergström, 28, Leisure teacher, Varberg
Eddie Gecer, 46, Restaurant owner, Västerås
Sebastian Västerlund, 30, Business manager, Kalmar
Cia Stenmark Sommerborn, 25, Nurse, Halland
Christoffer Hammarlöf, 26, Entrepreneur, Uddevalla
Päivi Köpman, 62, Owner of tire company, Norrbotten