The Killing II

9:00pm Saturday 10 December on BBC FOUR

Having been taken off the case, Lund continues to chase her perpetrator but finds herself in danger, in the first of tonight’s two episodes of The Killing.

Justice Minister Thomas Buch faces the consequences of his predecessor’s desperate actions and decides to go out on a limb in response – when a journalist steps forward to reveal a macabre, and thus unknown, fact relating to the suppressed military investigation. Meanwhile, Raben is tracking his wife’s movements. And Special Branch, in turn, is tracking Raben’s…

Raben is in critical condition after being shot, but the accusations he made prior to his shooting leave Brix and Lund in doubt over the neutrality of officers within their own ranks. Buch’s attack on the Minister of Defence is decisively refuted and it looks like the Prime Minister’s demands in light of this new debacle might finally wear down Buch’s determination. Will the young tenacious Minister admit defeat and thrown in the towel? Meanwhile, the focus of the investigation shifts once again and Brix goes out on a limb to take a risky decision…

Sofie Gr�b�l stars as Sarah Lund, Nicolas Bro as Thomas Buch, Charlotte Guldberg as Karina Munk J�rgensen, Preben Kristensen as Carsten Plough, Ken Vedsegaard as Jens Peter Raben, Stine Pr�torius as Louise Raben, Flemming Enevold as Torsten Jarnvig, Morten Suurballe as Lennart Brix, Mikael Birkkj�r as Ulrik Strange, Carsten Bj�rnlund as Christian S�gaard, Lotte Andersen as Ruth Hedeby, Kurt Ravn as Gert Grue Eriksen, Jens Jacob Tychsen as Erling Krabbe, Tobias Krohn as Jonas Rabe and Igor Radosavljevic as Said Bilal.

Ep 7-8/10

9:00pm Saturday 3 December on BBC FOUR

Lund and Strange travel to Sweden to question and protect the only other surviving member of Raben’s former army squad as the drama continues.

But Raben himself is on the same mission. Having lost face with the Prime Minister, Buch is pressured into passing the much-negotiated anti-terrorism bill. Will he agree to the new draconian measures against his own better judgement? Meanwhile, top police brass and Special Branch interfere with the investigation, but Lund persists and has a breakthrough when she suddenly sees the case from a new angle.

In the second episode of the evening, Lund is convinced that the body of the fallen soldier, Per K M�ller, is not the one in the buried coffin and orders the body to be exhumed. Now the sole survivor of his former squad, Jens Peter Raben, realises that the preacher lied about his acquaintance with Anne Dragsholm. Thomas Buch is still in the hot seat and goes hell for leather to uncover the mysterious motivations of his predecessor, former Justice Minister Monberg.

Sofie Gr�b�l stars as Sarah Lund, Nicolas Bro as Thomas Buch, Charlotte Guldberg as Karina Munk J�rgensen, Preben Kristensen as Carsten Plough, Ken Vedsegaard as Jens Peter Raben, Stine Pr�torius as Louise Raben, Flemming Enevold as Torsten Jarnvig, Morten Suurballe as Lennart Brix, Mikael Birkkj�r as Ulrik Strange, Carsten Bj�rnlund as Christian S�gaard, Lotte Andersen as Ruth Hedeby, Kurt Ravn as Gert Grue Eriksen, Jens Jacob Tychsen as Erling Krabbe, Tobias Krohn as Jonas Rabe and Igor Radosavljevic as Said Bilal.

9:00pm Saturday 26 November on BBC FOUR

Having escaped from Herstedvester Prison, Jens Peter Raben sets out to track down a member of his former army squad in the first of tonight’s two episodes of The Killing.

When an Islamist activist is arrested as the main suspect, Lund and her partner Strange disagree on the direction of the investigation. Meanwhile, in Parliament, young Justice Minister Thomas Buch must fend off accusations of a cover-up regarding a previously unpublished Special Branch memo.

Tonight’s second episode opens with yet another gruesome murder being discovered, and all clues indicate that the perpetrator of killings number 1 and 2 may be responsible. But Special Branch is no longer convinced that police have the right suspect.

Meanwhile, Justice Minister Thomas Buch, still under pressure, discovers some key secrets about his predecessor…

Sofie Gr�b�l stars as Sarah Lund, Nicolas Bro as Thomas Buch, Charlotte Guldberg as Karina Munk J�rgensen, Preben Kristensen as Carsten Plough, Ken Vedsegaard as Jens Peter Raben, Stine Pr�torius as Louise Raben, Flemming Enevold as Torsten Jarnvig, Morten Suurballe as Lennart Brix, Mikael Birkkj�r as Ulrik Strange, Carsten Bj�rnlund as Christian S�gaard, Lotte Andersen as Ruth Hedeby, Kurt Ravn as Gert Grue Eriksen, Jens Jacob Tychsen as Erling Krabbe, Tobias Krohn as Jonas Rabe and Igor Radosavljevic as Said Bilal.

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