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.
Richmond attempts to help the investigation as Sarah tracks down Rosie’s key. Stan realizes his son is in trouble and Mitch reaches her destination.
Holder is missing and Sarah is desperate to find him as Stan Larsen takes matters into his own hands and Richmond returns to City Hall.
The investigation returns to the casino while tension erupts at the Larsen house and Stan meets Richmond face to face for the first time to make an uneasy alliance.
Sarah focuses in on a Larsen family secret, Stan faces his past sins, Mitch shelters a runaway girl, and Richmond has a surprise visitor.
Sarah receives a message from the dead that may shed light on the identity of Rosie's killer. Meanwhile, Mitch befriends a young runaway; and Richmond has grave doubts about his future in politics.
Sarah and Holder identify the mystery man with the tattoo while Jamie attempts to enlist Gwen's help and Stan learns his past may have come back to haunt him.
Holder falls from grace while Sarah tracks down Rosie's backpack. Richmond confronts the truth about his situation and Stan gets in deeper with the mob while Mitch resurfaces.
An ominous discovery is made at the Larsen house while Sarah travels to Tacoma to learn Councilman Richmond's dark secret. Meanwhile, Richmond wakes up in the hospital.
In the aftermath of Councilman Richmond being shot, Sarah returns to Seattle to investigate a possible cover up and wonders if she can trust her partner.
In season two of AMC's chilling and addictive crime series The Killing, the investigation into Rosie Larsen's murder continues. Homicide detective Sarah Linden thought the case was closed. Then, one phone call changed everything. The prime suspect, councilman Darren Richmond, may be innocent; her partner, detective Holder, may be corrupt; and for the grief-stricken Larsen family there may be worse revelations yet to come. The hunt for Rosie's killer isn't over.
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.
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.
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.
In season two of AMC's chilling and addictive crime series The Killing, the investigation into Rosie Larsen's murder continues.