Sunday night was the premiere of TV 2's julekalender 'Tinka and Kongespillet'.
A true christmas tradition, as children and families across the country will follow in the 24 decemberdage forward to the climax on christmas eve.
But for seven-year-old Sebastian is in advance associated with a big disappointment.
It tells his father, Christian Dürr.
Sebastian's bedtime is an hour before, the christmas calendar starts at 20.
He will put the bell 19, so he can be fresh for the meeting into the 1. class the day after.
"He can't see the christmas calendar, because he need to sleep at the time. He's sorry. He would really like to have seen it," says danger.
It takes Christian Dürr does not, that his son is the only one. Therefore, he is greatly dissatisfied with, that the society sent in so late in the evening".
Now waiting for Christian Dürr, that his son must go to school and hear the older kids talk about the christmas calendar, without his son may be into the conversation.
His wish is that the society sent an hour earlier.
"Now, we have bedtime at 19. But if it was sent from kl. 19 to 19.30, we could just push sengetiden, so he could see it. But no later than that," says Christian Dürr.
there is evidence to suggest that the TV 2 is aware of the issue. The media has at least written an article that explains how young children can see the christmas calendar, if they are to be put before the broadcasting time at 20.
Head Mette Rysø Johansen explains the late broadcast to TV 2:
"Through many years of experience we have learned that at 20 the time of day, where we have the greatest opportunity to gather the family for the advent calendar, which is incredibly important for us. We would like to give the family the opportunity to sit together and enjoy themselves."
In the article highlights the TV 2, the children can instead watch the series the payment page on the TV 2 Play.
however, This requires that the parents find dankortet forward.Updated Date: 02 December 2019, 01:00