The Autopsy of The Killing: Part 6 – What You Have Left

New Evidence - Lieutenant Oakes believes the evidence found at Bennet's house is circumstantial, so he tells Linden and Holder to find something more conclusive. Principal Meyers visits Councilman Richmond to tell him about Bennet and the police investigation, which is unfortunate for Richmond, as his new TV spot ends with him and Bennet embracing …

The Autopsy of The Killing: Part 4 – A Soundless Echo

New Evidence - Kris is being held at the police station, tweaking in frustration. He protests his innocence, as Linden and Holder show him a recording of Rosie at the Halloween dance. They decide to play Kris and Jasper against each other, hoping one will crack under pressure. Jasper goes to the station with his lawyer, …

The Autopsy of The Killing: Part 2 – The Cage

New Evidence - When questioned at the police station, Stan Larsen claims Rosie was a quiet girl, who enjoyed spending time with her brothers and her best friend, Sterling; while Mitch Larsen can't think of anyone who could have killed her daughter. Rosie's relationship with Jasper was brief, and she also had no involvement with politics, …

The Autopsy of The Killing: Part 1 – The Pilot

So that was intense, huh? The pilot of The Killing, expertly directed by Patty Jenkins, opens with our main character, Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos), taking a morning jog through the woods. This scene is intercut with a flashback of a terrified teenage girl, screaming while she's chased at night through what is presumably those exact …

The Autopsy of The Killing: Who Killed Rosie Larsen? – An Introduction

So many great shows end on a cliffhanger after being cancelled (yes, even the original Twin Peaks). Very few shows survive cancellation and are lucky enough to be revived on another network. Even fewer shows survive after being cancelled twice (it's almost unheard of), but somehow The Killing achieved that incredible feat. So, it goes …