Plot Summary Edit
Male Deaths Edit
- Khalid Abdalla [Jerome Sawyer] (Episode 1.8: Utrax)
- Martin Bergmann [Policeman in Van] (Episode 1.3: City)
- Simon Cotton [CIA Officer Carter] (Episode 1.7: Road)
- Peter Ferdinando [Lukas] (Episode 1.3: City)
- Joel Kinnaman [Erik Heller] (Episode 1.8: Utrax)
- Noof McEwan [Agent Turner] (Episode 1.6: Mother)
- Andy Nyman [Jacobs] (Episode 1.4: Father)
- Stefan Rudolf [Rudi] (Episode 1.4: Father)
- Peter Schueller [Utrax Gate Guard] (Episode 1.1: Forest)
- Sam C. Wilson [Costigan] (Episode 1.4: Father)
Female Deaths Edit
- Andrea Deck [Carlsson] (Episode 1.8: Utrax)
- Michelle Duncan [False Marissa] (Episode 1.2: Friend)
- Katharina Heyer [Elsa] (Episode 1.5: Town)
- Joanna Kulig [Johanna Petrescu] (Episode 1.1: Forest)
- Based on the 2011 film of the same name.
- David Farr (creator of the film) also created the show. He wrote the screenplay for the film and the screenplays for most of the show's episodes.
- David created the show because he wanted to improve and expand the story. He felt that the film was too short to fully flesh out the concept.
- The show has three main stars. Two of them (Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos) also costarred in The Killing. This is the first show where they are reunited.
- The show is much more violent than the film and the death scenes are more graphic. Because of this, the show is rated TV-MA (the TV equivalent of an R-rated film) whereas the film is rated PG-13.
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