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Episode 8
The homeless girls, who have met with psychologist Niels Thormod, now know who the killer is. They try to get in contact with Henrik, while the killer is looking for them.

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Episode 7
The investigation on Tommy continues. Tommy's mother refuses to cooperate. Niels Thormod comes up in the investigation again. Niels has hired a private detective and hoped that he could find out something more than the police.

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Episode 6
Henrik thinks he has found the connection between all of the victims - everything relates to Tommy. All known people around Tommy are questioned.

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Episode 5
The number of suspects grows. The taxi driver who was the last person to see Margrethe Thormod alive, turns out to have connections to another victim.

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Episode 4
Taariq has recognized the car that kidnapped Margrethe Thormod, and seeks out the owner. The car owner, Morgan Sonning, says that he was robbed by Taariq, and explains his alibi for the murder.

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Episode 3
Richard, the Swedish journalist and expert on radical leftist groups is missing, but he suddenly turns up again and broadcasts live on the internet. Meanwhile, questioning continues with Taariq, who refuses to cooperate.

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Episode 2
Henrik and his new colleague, Jonas, continue to investigate Margrethe Thormod's murder. The two main leads are the radical leftist group, Red October, and the missing refugee, Taariq, who has gone underground after having his asylum application rejected.

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Episode 1
Almost two years later - A woman is brutally murdered on Pepparholm island at the base of the bridge. The murdered woman is Margrethe Thormod, General Director of the Migration Agency in Copenhagen.

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"The Bridge" is a gripping crime drama television series that aired on CBS in 2013. This Anglo-American series is based on the original Danish-Swedish show “Bron/Broen”, which was created by Hans Rosenfeldt and produced by two prominent production houses, Filmlance International and Nimbus Film. The series was adapted for an American audience by producers Meredeth Stiehm and Elwood Reid. The series revolves around two dedicated detectives from different countries - the United States and Mexico - who are forced to work together when a body is discovered on the bridge connecting El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. This bridge not only physically connects the two countries, but also serves as a symbolic bridge between the various cultural, ethical, and socio-economic differences that both nations embody. The detective from El Paso is Sonya Cross (Diane Kruger), a meticulous detective with undiagnosed Asperger's syndrome. Her character’s single-minded focus, need for precision, and lack of social graces initially create uncomfortable friction with her Mexican counterpart. Marco Ruiz (Demián Bichir) is a seasoned, empathetic homicide detective from the Mexican state of Chihuahua. Despite his wealth of experience, he grapples against the corruption within the Mexican law enforcement system. Ruiz's more loose and unconventional approach to police procedural work starkly contrasts with Cross' rigid style, presenting a dynamic, intriguing partnership. As the detectives probe deeper into the case, what initially seemed to be a single murder spirals into a complex web of murders along the United States-Mexico border. The Bridge successfully weaves elements of police procedure, suspense, and raw emotion against the backdrop of a politically charged landscape. The series delves into topical themes such as immigration, drug trafficking, and systemic corruption, providing a sense of realism that helps ground the series' more dramatic aspects. Packed with high-stakes, the series manages to maintain a strategic storytelling approach, where every episode is a well-staged piece of the larger puzzle. The Bridge's compelling narrative is backed up by strong performances from its central characters, with Diane Kruger and Demián Bichir delivering performances that blend empathy and harsh truths. The dynamic relationship between these two characters, and their complementary acting styles, offer viewers a richly layered dynamic to appreciate. Beyond the central characters, the supporting cast, which includes Ted Levine as Lieutenant Hank Wade and Thomas M. Wright as Steven Linder, also shine, each contributing to the intricate ecosystem of The Bridge with their nuanced performances. While the central plot revolves around solving crime, The Bridge’s narrative meanderingly explores the lives of cops, criminals, victims, and bystanders. This impactful storytelling technique allows for multiple perspectives within the same story. Visually, The Bridge is stark and intense. Cinematographer Attila Szalay captures the desolate beauty of the desert contrasted against the bustling city environments, underscoring the dichotomy of life on both sides of the border. The aesthetics amplify the mood of the narrative, enhancing the viewing experience. Equally commendable is the show’s quality of writing. The dialogues are sharp and fast-paced, often revealing more about the characters than any lengthy exposition could. The potent combination of stellar writing, tight editing, and intense performances truly distinguishes The Bridge from the average crime drama. In addition to its technical acumen and strong performances, The Bridge also succeeds in applying a layer of social commentary to its narrative. It forces viewers to confront the effects of geopolitical conflict on ordinary lives and highlights the perennial issues of life at the border. Overall, "The Bridge" is a fascinating bridge between two different nations, cultures, and methodologies - wrapped up in a suspenseful crime drama that hooks viewers from its chilling beginnings right through to its end. It offers intrigue and intelligent storytelling that keeps viewers on the edge of their seats while also letting them appreciate the complex morality at play. For viewers looking for a thought-provoking, character-driven drama with a higher-stakes plot and a sense of gritty realism, "The Bridge" is well worth exploring. Fans of the original Scandinavian series will also appreciate this adaptation's faithful, yet distinct, approach to the source material.

The Bridge is a series categorized as a canceled/ended. Spanning 4 seasons with a total of 47 episodes, the show debuted on 2013. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 7.6.

Crime Drama
Diane Kruger, Annabeth Gish, Tom Wright, Ted Levine, Matthew Lillard, Emily Rios
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