I've watched the first eight episodes so far. I have to wonder if this show had premiered after the launch of #MeToo and #TimesUp if it would have had less patience for "Prince" Phillip and his continuous man pain. It was clear from the first episode that he was never truly on board with his wife becoming Prime Minister. All he's done so far is complain about what he's had to take on and what he's given up. Dude, your wife is the PRIME MINISTER. She is possibly THE most important person in the country. She will have time for you LATER. Were the situation reversed and she had to give up a promising political career to stay home with her kids while he worked, I'm sure he wouldn't have thought twice about it.
Overall, there is surprisingly little celebration of Nyborg being Prime Minister. Her husband hates it, while her kids are like "whatever." Her husband's students and people she passes in public don't seem to care. Even her father just acts pissed off that she has one of his heroes arrested. It seems like there could have been a little more joy at what she's accomplished, and that the costs could be woven in with more subtlety. Then again, it's Denmark. Maybe being Prime Minister isn't a big deal there the way it would be in the UK, Canada, or some other countries.
ETA: Season One really does, in many ways, parallel Season One of The Crown. Woman gets top power role that no one expected her to get (at least not so soon). She and husband are happy beforehand, but all too quickly, the marriage falls apart because the husband cannot handle putting his needs second (at least in Prince Phillip's case, he was facing a lifetime of being second, not a handful of years), and by the end of the 10 episodes, the husband was speeding the other way.