The Killing (2011–2014)
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It's now 12 hours to Ray Seward's execution and Linden is still trying to get a stay of execution for him. Seward identifies his wife's ring from among the trophies found in Joe Mills' ... See full summary »

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Stephen Holder
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James Skinner (credit only)
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Francis Becker
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Danette Lutz (credit only)
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Bullet (credit only)
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Lyric (credit only)
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Twitch (credit only)
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Ray Seward
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Evan Henderson
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Dale Daniel Shannon
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Adrian Seward
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Tess Clarke
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Warden
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It's now 12 hours to Ray Seward's execution and Linden is still trying to get a stay of execution for him. Seward identifies his wife's ring from among the trophies found in Joe Mills' storage locker but it is insufficient to convince the Attorney General. Adrian is also at the prison having been promised the opportunity to see his father. He has information for Linden as well but Seward can't shed any light on who might have killed his wife. Written by garykmcd

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28 July 2013 (USA)  »

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Although credited, Elias Koteas (James Skinner), Amy Seimetz (Danette Leeds), Bex Taylor-Klaus (Bullet), Julia Sarah Stone (Lyric) and Max Fowler (Twitch) do not appear in this episode. See more »

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Written by Richard File and Wendy Fowler
Performed by 'We Fell to Earth'
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This show at its best
23 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

One of the most prolific episodes in the haunting serious. Hands down some if the best acting, pacing, positioning, set design/direction, arghh screw it I'll keep it simple by saying "THIS IS ONE OF the best overall television episodes ever made!" The emotional contrast between all if the characters, the physical acting, overall preparation by the cast and crew, and the creative empathy etc.. Was everything the mediums of film and television are meant to expose and explore. The American version of this show has finally found its identity and perhaps surpassed the original in creating a world that we want to view but witless refuse to ever play a part in.


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