The Killing

2011 • Netflix
4.7
1.09K reviews
TV-14
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Season 1 episodes (13)

1 Pilot
4/3/11
On her last day of work, homicide detective Sarah Linden is drawn into a new case about the disappearance of a teenage girl, Rosie Larsen. Mitch and Stan Larsen frantically try to track down their daughter when they learn she did not show up at school. City Councilman Darren Richmond prepares for an important forum with the Mayor as the election nears.
2 The Cage
4/3/11
The investigation into Rosie's killer begins as Sarah and Holder question her parents, Stan and Mitch, Rosie's friends as well as City Councilman Richmond. Rosie's school becomes a potential murder site when Sarah and Holder uncover shocking evidence on campus. Heartbroken and grief-stricken, Mitch and Stan face the aftermath of losing their daughter.
3 Diablo, El
4/10/11
City Councilman Richmond suspects a leak in his own team, causing a shakeup in his campaign. Sarah and Holder track down a potential witness to the murder and are led to a new suspect. Mitch shuts down completely forcing Stan to take on both parenting roles as his family grapples with the reality of Rosie's loss.
4 A Soundless Echo
4/17/11
Sarah and Holder pressure Jasper for answers and interview a new suspect. An emotionally vulnerable Stan and Mitch plan for their daughter's funeral. Sterling reveals some surprising truths about her best friend Rosie's life. With a campaign that is struggling financially, Richmond attends a posh party in the hopes of gaining funds. Sarah and Holder struggle to fit the pieces of their investigation together.
5 Super 8
4/24/11
Rosie's teacher provides Sarah and Holder with a new piece of evidence. Richmond's campaign team plans a new anti-crime television commercial. Mitch continues to struggle with the loss of her daughter, while Stan becomes more determined to find Rosie's killer, and asks for his colleague Belko's help.
6 What You Have Left
5/1/11
Sarah and Holder question a suspect's family and neighbors. Tension mounts between Richmond and Gwen as his team prepares for an important debate with the Mayor. Rosie's funeral takes place. Stan takes matters into his own hands.
7 Vengeance
5/8/11
The police learn more about Rosie's whereabouts the night of her death. Richmond deals with a negative ad that threatens to derail his campaign while Mitch starts doubting the police investigation.
8 Stonewalled
5/15/11
Sarah and Holder evade the FBI and unearth new evidence. Mitch endangers the boys, prompting Stan to take matters into his own hands. Richmond tries to climb back in the race.
9 Undertow
5/22/11
The police are stymied while trying to make an arrest, leading to a shocking realization. Richmond contemplates dropping out of the race. Fed up with the police, the Larsens take action.
10 I'll Let You Know When I Get There
5/29/11
The cops regroup while Richmond goes up in the polls. Stan faces consequences for his ill-thought out actions, leaving Mitch alone to keep the family afloat.
11 Missing
6/5/11
Sarah and Holder discover more on Rosie, but the investigation gets stalled when they have to set out on a search for Jack.
12 Beau Soleil
6/12/11
The police connect Rosie to a suspicious website. The waterfront project is halted. Stan faces his demons while Mitch learns secrets she never knew about Rosie.
13 Orpheus Descending
6/19/11
The police connect a new piece of evidence to the campaign car and to Rosie the night of her murder. Stan and Mitch reflect on the past as the future of their family hangs in the balance.

About this show

From the network that brought you Mad Men, and The Walking Dead, comes an addictive crime drama with dark twists. The Killing, AMC's newest original series, tracks the murder of a Seattle teenager and the gripping investigation it sparks.
4.7
1.09K reviews
Derek Kingsland
September 25, 2016
Thirteen episodes is somehow too many. plot lines are drawn out at least half a season. Stupid plot points wouldn't even be there or would be resolved so quickly if it were real life. Everything drags on and on- jack not being cared for by linden, her not deciding to leave seattle, if Ahmed is the killer etc, who the killer ended up being was a strong point but by the time I had gotten there, I no longer cared
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Gary Nichols
August 30, 2015
I was glued to my chair through each and every episode of every season. The acting is tense, honest, and in places quite dark. I walked away from season 4 hungry for more, and was quite depressed that nobody picked up this amazing show. Make no mistake, this show is slow at times, but so full of material and emotion that you'll come away feeling connected to our protagonists in a way that is rarely found in today's television dramas.
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Jared Schwartz
June 11, 2013
There are a lot of cop/murder mysteries on TV, but I have to say that this is the best I have seen so far. The fact that it revolves around less fortunate teenagers is cool. Oh and for all you people who are wondering why you are giving your credit card #'s: the free episodes are on a discount right now, but they will cost money if you choose to buy them in the future.
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