I've been watching the second series of the Danish crime drama The Killing as avidly as I watched the first. With only a couple of episodes to go, I've still got no idea who the mysterious army officer Perk supposedly behind the murders is.
There are a lot of reasons that I like The Killing:
1. the acting obviously, especially that of Sofie Gråbøl as the main character Sarah Lund.
2. the combination of crime drama and political thriller.
3. the atmospheric dark shooting of it, reminiscent of my native North of England.
4. the Danish language which not only sounds a bit like German but Northern English as well.
The Killing might just still be pipped by Wallander as my favourite Scandinavian crime drama (the Krister Henriksson one obviously) for its team rather than lone wolf approach and humour but it's a close run thing. The last two episodes of the current series are next Saturday. If you haven't seen it, here's a clip.