Imagine Even having his own season- season 4- which talks about being bipolar and what comes with it. How he deals with school, with living with Isak, how he gets along with Isak’s parents and his own parents. We see more about Isak and Even’s relationship, they talk more and so on- I’d like to go back and have Even face Emma and talk to her about how wrong it was for her to out Isak, we can connect it somehow- and the boy squad (I’d like to see a bit more of Jonas and Mahdi in this season just because they deserve a bit more screentime. Magnus is not dating Vilde anymore, saying something vague that hints at Vilde maybe not being straight…) Then, towards the middle of the season, Mikael is introduced again and they really bring Sana in (she was already present before as a friend and confidant), but now it’s focusing mainly on how relation to Mikael and you actually get to hear from Even and Mikael about what happened at Bakka. Their explanations. No one speaking FOR them- it’s all their words and actions. We get to see Even graduate, and he’s so damn proud because repeating was stressful for him and he doubted if he could really do it- but he did. The final scene is of him and Sana, reminiscing over what happened, with a parallel to the end of s3 where Isak comes in and The Holy Trinity ends season 4.
This introduces Sana as the s5 main and you can cover everything else in the real s4 that Julie actually wants to- her and Yousef (minus the dumb love triangle), the islamophobia, and Sana’s relationship with Islam. We actually get more about the balloon squad and also Elias’ problems that have been established in the real season 4. Vilde is more prominent this season and she actually learns throughout the season about how prejudiced she is and grows and a person and her friendship with Sana is even stronger- enough to feel comfortable talking about certain things with her- by the end of the season.
This introduces Vilde as the s6 main and there we can learn more about her family situation (her mother, which has been brought up in the real s4). You also finally touch on Vilde’s sexuality and because her relationship with Sana was strengthened in s5, she talks to her about it and Sana is kind and open with her (I live for bisexual Sana). Vilde also seeks advice from Isak and Even, and her friends help her understand her feelings and she becomes comfortable with her sexuality (maybe she gets together with Eva or someone else) and learns that she doesn’t need to follow all societal norms. Finally, get to see how the russ bus goes. Throughout the season she’s organizing things. Maybe you could still use the Pepsi Max squad, but when Sara is islamophobic Vilde calls her out on it (calling back to last season) and they decide to find another solution than to get a bus with the Pepsi Max squad. The girl squad joins with the boy squad and all the mains are together by the end of the season- perfectly ending the series.