The mystery deepens in episode 202. Sarah can’t trust anyone, Holder finds himself in over his head, and light is shed on Richmond’s past.
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In the season premiere, the case has become personal for Sarah, a conspiracy unfolds, and the Richmond campaign reels from the shooting.
Mireille Enos and the cast of The Killing dissect the unanswered questions from the first season.
“Some secrets you can’t escape.” The cast of The Killing give us a taste of the intrigue that’s in store for season 2.
The cast and crew of The Killing discuss the many ways in which the setting of Seattle and its rainy climate inform the look and themes of the series.
Director of Photography Peter Wunstorf and the crew examine the visual vocabulary of the show and how it is used to evoke emotion and tell the story of the search for Rosie Larsen’s killer.
The cast of The Killing discuss the raw and charged season finale. For detectives Linden and Holder, the case has become personal and the need for justice is palpable. But when things come full circle, does this need supersede the quest for truth?
In Episode 11 of The Killing, Sarah releases all the frustration that has built up to this point; her partnership with Detective Holder deepens; and she is forced to answer the fundamental question of what is more important, her career or her son?
Mireille Enos and the cast of The Killing consider the pivotal points in Episode 10: Stan takes responsibility for his actions; a new suspect emerges; Rick draws a line in the sand; and when all seems lost, another clue reveals itself.
The Killing costars discuss the pivotal Episode 9 of The Killing: Sarah has a moment of weakness and makes a terrifying mistake; Richmond is schooled in what it means to be a politician; Mitch shames Stan into doing the unthinkable.