The third and last season of Danish hit series The Killing sees Inspector Sarah Lund and her array of knitwear return for the fabled 'one last case.' Denmark is the midst of a fiercely contested election race, set against the backdrop of the financial crisis. With 10 days to go to the election, Detective Chief Inspector Sarah Lund prepares to celebrate her 25th year in the police and looks forward to the prospect of a new job in the force. But her relative peace is shattered when unidentified body parts are found at Copenhagen dock only hours before a scheduled visit by the Prime Minister. The second episode follows at 10.00pm.
The Killing. BBC4: 9.00pm
Story by Sheena McGinley | 17:15 | Saturday 17th November 2012 | TV Highlights
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