Gabriel Wilder The Killing's Sarah Lund is a terrific protagonist. She's flawed - as we all are - but she's also smart, focused and capable.
Melinda Houston Along with the ordinary sorts of corpses, the political victims are beginning to pile up, too.
Paul Kalina What started with the (apparently) retaliatory murder of a lawyer by jihadists has evolved into a full-blown political conspiracy.
Debi Enker If the first (impressive and engrossing) series is any guide, there's a long way to go, many twists, turns and red herrings.
Debi Enker With its deliberate pacing and muted colours, this adaptation of the Danish series remains unusually quiet for an American crime drama.
Bridget McManus Sarah is about to discover the dark secret that colleague Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman) has been keeping.
Paul Kalina In sharp contrast to most police procedurals, this one doesn't play out according to a formula of signposted "reveals" or stereotyped villains.