The season features detectives Sarah Linden and Stephen Holder handling the fallout of their actions from the previous season while investigating the murder of a family whose only survivor is a member of an all-boys military academy.
The Killing – which was canceled by AMC, but got a second lease on life last when Netflix ordered a six-episode final season – is looking to cast the role of its lead detective’s mother, a woman described as being in her mid-50s or 60s, with a “startling” physical resemblance to her daughter (played by Mirielle Enos).
|Image||Title||Season #||Writer(s)||Director||Original airdate|
|Blood in the Water||1||Veena Sud||Nicole Kassell||1 August 2014|
|Sarah Linden and Stephen Holder deal with the aftermath of her killing James Skinner, the serial killer who was also their boss and her lover.|
|Unraveling||2||Dan Nowak||Lodge Kerrigan||1 August 2014|
|Linden becomes further unnerved when she learns that Kyle was shot in the same position as was Skinner when she shot Skinner.|
|The Good Soldier||3||Nicole Yorkin & Dawn Prestwich||Ed Bianchi||1 August 2014|
|Linden's slipping sanity forces her to suggest to Holder that they turn themselves in.|
|Dream Baby Dream||4||Sean Whitesell||Gregory Middleton||1 August 2014|
|The detectives question Knopf, who admits to having a gun at his parents' house.|
|Truth Asunder||5||Dan Nowak||Coky Giedroyc||1 August 2014|
|As Skinner's body is being looked over, Linden, believing Reddick only has circumstantial evidence, coaches Holder to stay strong and on the same page as she.|
|Eden||6||Veena Sud||Jonathan Demme||1 August 2014|
|Holder tells Caroline that he must make a choice – "between me or her."|
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