The Killing, Season 2HD
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The emergency services receive a chilling phone call from a distraught man unable to find his wife. Reports later reveal that a woman was stabbed 21 times in a fatal attack. Sarah Lund is recalled by Lennart Brix. In the gripping return of the BAFTA award-winning series, Sarah Lund returns to Copenhagen to investigate a savage murder when an ex-soldier who served in Afghanistan is savagely killed. Parallel to Lund, both the Minister of Justice and an escaped convict are also desperately searching for the murderer. They are the protagonists of a twisting tale of top-level cover-ups, betrayals and lies set in a time of fear - that of Islamic terrorism.
|1||HDVideoEpisode 1||Now in a routine job in the country, Sarah Lund is contacted, when police headquarters in Copenhagen is stuck in a complicated case, where a woman lawyer has been found battered and killed. In the government building newly appointed Secretary of Justice Thomas Buch chairs some intricate political negotiations - while soldier Jens Peter Raben awaits conditional release from the criminal psychiatric ward. The three individuals do not know each other - but suddenly they have something in common.||59:56||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|2||HDVideoEpisode 2||The police now have two murder cases, both victims with military backgrounds. Important leads indicate a connection between the two, so Sarah Lund and Ulrik Strange must try to enter several secretive circles. In Parliament, while in the middle of complicated political negotiations, Buch deals with the publicised terror threat and a possible connection to resident Islamists. At Herstedvester Prison, Jens Peter Raben is still in isolation when he finds out that his friend has been found murdered.||59:48||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|3||HDVideoEpisode 3||Jens Peter Raben has escaped from Herstedvester Prison, and meanwhile something in his statement to the police doesn't ring true. When residents Islamists are arrested, Lund and Strange disagree on what leads to follow, and Lund gets her way despite Brix' order to the contrary. Meanwhile, Buch is swamped with problems in Parliament when the Opposition learns of an as yet undisclosed memorandum regarding the first murder. Raben needs assistance and seeks out an old friend from Team AEgir, and shortly after he runs into another member of the team.||59:45||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|4||HDVideoEpisode 4||Raben and a friend from Team Aegir are to meet, but he arrives too late. The police discover yet another murder victim, and everything indicates that it's the same perpetrator as in the previous crimes. However, Special Branch is no longer convinced that the police are on to the right suspect. Thomas Buch is under pressure from the Opposition and the Prime Minister in the on-going negotiations, and he learns something very surprising about his predecessor.||59:56||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|5||HDVideoEpisode 5||Sarah Lund and Strange are in Sweden to question and protect the only survivor of the group apart from Raben. She flees when she discovers that explosives have been planted in her house. Buch causes trouble in front of reporters in Parliament, much to the displeasure of the Prime Minister, the Minister of Defense and his supporting party. Then Buch resorts to unconventional means. The top police management and Special Branch interfere in the investigation, and meanwhile Lund sees the case from a new angle.||59:12||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|6||HDVideoEpisode 6||Sarah Lund is convinced that the body of the fallen soldier, Per K. Moller, is not the one in the buried coffin, but she needs to be certain. Jens Peter Raben is now the sole survivor of his group, and he realizes that Preacher has lied about his knowledge of Anne Dragsholm. Buch's fellow ministers have run out of patience with his insufficient efforts in the current situation including the terror threat, while Buch wants to know more about what his predecessor, Monberg, was up to. And things come to a head at police headquarters.||1:01:11||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|7||HDVideoEpisode 7||Lund pursues the perpetrator, who is still in the church where she found Preacher seriously injured, and suddenly Lund is in danger herself. Monberg, Buch's predecessor, took his only escape after Buch pressured him to reveal information about the two-year-old Afghanistan case. And in public Buch casts doubt on his colleagues in the government. Raben follows his wife, who is on her way to a party at the military academy, and meanwhile Special Branch follows Raben. Suddenly Raben finds himself face to face with his father-in-law, the colonel.||1:01:24||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|8||HDVideoEpisode 8||Raben has been on the operating table, but his condition is still critical after Strange felt it necessary to shoot him. Lund and Brix need more information on Strange's past, and Brix makes a drastic decision. Buch's criticism of the Minister of Defense for withholding evidence about civilian casualties in Afghanistan has been refuted. The Prime Minister's new harsh demands make Buch want to throw in the towel, but Karina and Plough persevere.||1:01:27||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|9||HDVideoEpisode 9||Sarah Lund and Strange have gone to Afghanistan in connection with the investigation - and it turns out to be a frustrating and shocking experience. When passage of the new 'terror package' bill is postponed to everybody's surprise, the Secretary of Justice has even more far-reaching plans, while his government colleagues have plans for him - and trouble ensues all over the place. The head of homicide and his people carry out investigations in the barracks, and Raben is once again on his way to the dock.||1:01:29||£2.49||View in iTunes|
|10||HDVideoEpisode 10||While Lund and Strange have found new, conclusive evidence, the other detectives under Brix are busy dealing with unexpected reactions from several parties. In Parliament the Prime Minister has new plans while Buch is completely puzzled. Someone is leading him a dance, but who and why?||1:02:01||£2.49||View in iTunes|
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Brilliant show. But why is season 3 not available on iTunes? Can anybody tell me?
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Seasons 1 and 2 are among the best crime drama TV available. Highly recommended and thank you iTunes. However, while I am grateful I also have to say the level of service in terms of keeping offerings up to date is far below that of North America; so much so that one wonders if it is the same company. I was informed that Season 3 would be on offer soon after its showing. It’s now been 12 months and nothing. Over and again one sees various ‘reviews’ where folk complain about iTunes UK’s tardiness in completing series. Someone needs a good talking to by management.