REVIEW Blinded: Those Who Kill (S2 E7&8/8)

This Danish series has improved upon its first series, of that there is little doubt. Characters have been better drawn, with more depth; and the story has been an intriguing one. However, it hasn’t been perfect, with several infuriating elements and plot-points to contend with. And tonight, in its final two episodes, it stumbled yet…

REVIEW Blinded: Those Who Kill (S2 E5&6/8)

At the end of episode four of Blinded: Those Who Kill, Alice Ejbye was murdered by Peter Vinge. Or at least it looked that way. Terminally-ill Alice didn’t have long left so she thought she’d take matters into her own hands and try to draw her son’s killer out from the shadows to deliver the…

REVIEW Blinded: Those Who Kill (S2 E3&4/8)

Last week we welcomed back Danish profiler Louise Bergstein (Natalie Madueño) to our screens and new, perplexing case to work on. During those first two episodes we watched on as she travelled back to the island of Funen to spend time with an old family friend – Alice Ejbye – who informed Louise that she…

NORDIC NOIR BBC Four confirms Blinded: Those Who Kill

We’re getting a new Nordic Noir in the coming weeks. Blinded: Those Who Kill is the Danish follow-up to Darkness: Those Who Kill. Once again starring Natalie Madueño as police profiler Louise Bergstein, the story goes back five years. Alice Ejbye’s 18-year-old son Markus was murdered by a serial killer who was never found. Alice…