The Killing (2011–2014)
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Questioning a neighbour leads to a revelation about one of the victims. Meanwhile, Reddick begins to investigate the disappearance of Lt. Skinner.


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Veena Sud (developed by), Dan Nowak


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mireille Enos ... Sarah Linden
Joel Kinnaman ... Stephen Holder
Gregg Henry ... Carl Reddick
Tyler Ross ... Kyle Stansbury
Sterling Beaumon ... Lincoln Knopf
Levi Meaden ... A.J. Fielding
Joan Allen ... Colonel Margaret Rayne
Jewel Staite ... Caroline Swift
Eve Harlow ... Kat Nelson
Adrian Hough ... Emmet Deschler
Katherine Evans ... Bethany Skinner
Jordan Burtchett ... Billings
Connor Beardmore Connor Beardmore ... Ben Martin
Maxwell Haynes ... Tommy Ward (as Max Haynes)
Sean Owen Roberts ... Logic


Questioning a neighbour leads to a revelation about one of the victims. Meanwhile, Reddick begins to investigate the disappearance of Lt. Skinner.

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When entering the Stansbury beach house, Holder is very careful not to touch the door knob before putting a pair of gloves on, he is even holding the door with his elbows in order to preserve the prints. Linden, who walks in immediately after Holder, grabs both the inner and the outer handle with her bare hands. See more »


References Hawaii Five-O (1968) See more »


The Killing
Written by Frans Bak
Performed by Frans Bak
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Harsh Realities
30 January 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

Once again Linden strikes out at inanimate objects. This time she breaks a bathroom mirror. She has become a complete mess, losing her cool. I spoke earlier about her guilt and her pain. She is under the gun now that her weapon has been stolen (how foolish to have kept it). To make matters worse, Skinner's daughter can't find her dad and she goes to see Reddick and he is beginning to investigate. He's a jerk, but he knows his stuff. Holder is becoming more and more tiresome. He can't let go of that weird talk he does. He has no restrain when he investigates. He also has no sympathy. Kyle's family was murdered. He should not be talked to the way he is. How could he have delivered the blow to his own head. Now the kids in his barracks are closing ranks to protect him. I am really curious how this kind of school can have the protection that a bonafide military unity can have. These guys aren't real soldiers, are they? Before the episode ends, a new suspect appears and there is a fly in the ointment moving forward.

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1 August 2014 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital



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16:9 HD
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