The Killing

Season 1 Episode 7

Vengeance

5
Aired Friday May 08, 2011 on Netflix
7.8
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Mitch questions the validity of the police investigation while Richmond has to deal with a negative ad. It's discovered that Rosie was at Bennett's apartment the night she died.

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  • Great drama, great acting. Definitely a show for those who loved Rubicon.

    10
    This is a great show, and this episode was as good as the show. First of all it is a classical drama. You get to know the characters and their deepest feelings. It would not be possible but for the excellent acting by all the cast. Then there is a mystery. We can take part in solving it step by step together with the detectives. We can enjoy every moment of this, because we are not distracted by side plots of crimes solved every episode. Thanks God for that. Then there is intense suspension, too. Will he kill him, or will he not? Is she going to kill him or is she not? See the episode to understand what I mean. And the final scene of the episode is just a great cliffhanger.

    In many respects the show is similar to Rubicon, except for the part that The Killing is so deeply immersed into personal feelings of the main characters. The show is just what I call "Great cinema on television". Hope you will have the same opinion after you see this episode.moreless
  • Episode 7 review.

    9.0
    This show is progressing nicely but we are still no futher in learning who killed Rosie. Now at the end of the episode we see the FBI are involved...how/why? There are still quite a few suspects and I highly doubt this Mohammed guy is going to turn out to be the killer. So the teacher seems not to have been involved but the story is getting interesting. Linden is still toying about whether to leave Seatle and go and marry this guy. So far I am finding the show rather promising. Its similar to Kidnapped in a number of ways I find. Well 6 more days to go.moreless
Tasha Simms

Tasha Simms

Helen Marek

Guest Star

Merrilyn Gann

Merrilyn Gann

Maryanne Thompson

Guest Star

Peter Bryant

Peter Bryant

Imam Gelabi

Guest Star

Tom Butler

Tom Butler

Lesley Adams

Recurring Role

Liam James

Liam James

Jack Linden

Recurring Role

Garry Chalk

Garry Chalk

Lieutenant Oakes

Recurring Role

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