From award-winning producers DR, The Killing (Forbrydelsen) is a critically acclaimed Danish police procedural drama series consisting of three seasons. First broadcast in the UK on BBC FOUR, the series has since become a major cultural phenomenon and is now released for the first time as a complete trilogy.
Set in a fictional version of Copenhagen’s police department, each series follows a different murder case within a one hour episode covering twenty four hours of the investigation, led by Detective Inspector Sarah Lund.
The Killing has received a host of prestigious awards and accolades including a BAFTA and an International Emmy. The stoical and focused Sarah Lund, in her signature Faroese jumpers, as portrayed by Sofie Gråbøl, has become one of the most iconic TV detectives.
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We have just finished viewing all 20 episodes of The Killing - Series 1. My husband and I both agree that it was the most gripping TV series we have ever seen and we can't believe that we stayed up so late to watch 'the next episode'. It was tight, well acted and absolutely addictive. We have series 2 and 3 to go but, I don't believe anything will ever match the first.
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