Someone dear to Sarah goes missing.
Sarah and Holder pick up a new case.
Sarah deals with the consequences of her past mistakes; Holder wrestles with personal demons; and Seward tells the truth.
The hunt for the pornographer leads to an alarming revelation, and Holder seeks someone to blame. Meanwhile, Twitch and Lyric find their dream home.
The investigation reaches a fever pitch when Sarah goes missing. Meanwhile, Bullet makes a choice to save Lyric and learns a dark secret.
Sarah and Holder get a break in the case. Seward fights against his own mortality. Bullet takes on the role of the protector.
Sarah and Holder catch up to the latest victim. Seward comes face to face with his past. Out in the Jungle, Bullet struggles with the truth.
Bullet bloodhounds for Sarah and Holder, racing to find a victim on the run before someone else does. Seward is an unkind host to surprise visitors.
The task force shuts down a business and Sarah and Holder unite to seek "the voice." The guards offer Seward motivation to comply with orders.
Sarah joins the task force with an agenda of her own and Holder finds a new street informant in the Jungle. Meanwhile, Seward stokes an old rivalry.
Sarah makes a grim discovery in regards to her past.
Holder catches an unsettling case.
Sarah and Holder close the case while Richmond sets out on a bold new path and the Larsen family gains closure from an unsuspected source.
Sarah and Holder have the killer within reach while the Richmond campaign prepares for Election Day and the Larsen family attempts to regain a sense of normalcy.
After returning to the casino, Sarah and Holder find themselves on the run while Stan and Richmond must make life-altering decisions that will decide their fate.
Sarah teeters on the edge while Stan attempts to make amends and Richmond receives an unexpected boost in the mayoral race.
In season two of AMC's chilling and addictive crime series The Killing, the investigation into Rosie Larsen's murder continues.
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.
A year after closing the Rosie Larsen case, Sarah Linden is no longer a detective. But when her ex-partner Stephen Holder's search for a runaway girl leads him to discover a gruesome string of murders that connects to a previous murder investigation by Linden, she is drawn back into the life she thought she'd left behind.
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