Mireille Enos (Sarah Linden) was nominated for a Primetime Emmy and a Golden Globe for outstanding lead actress for her role in this dense and complex psychological thriller based on the original Scandinavian series. (Enos is good in her lumpy, bumpy jumper, but Danish actress Sophie Grabol in her trademark Faroese sweater is better.) While the Scandinavian series ended after three seasons, this US version stretched to four. Here, a double episode picks up the story. In Blood in the Water, Linden is still coming to terms with having killed her former lover and boss, James Skinner. No loss there, he was a psychotic serial killer, but she shouldn’t have done it. Fellow homicide detective Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman), who’s covered up Linden’s little indiscretion at some emotional cost to himself, joins her on a new case. The Stansburys, a Seattle family, are found brutally murdered. Son Kyle (Tyler Ross), a cadet at St Georges Military Academy, is the only survivor and is shaping up as the likely suspect. In Unravelling, the second episode (of six), Linden and Holder start questioning the victims’ neighbours only to discover the outwardly perfect family had a secret. In a parallel theme, Detective Carl Reddick (Gregg Henry) sets out to discover what happened to Skinner. The first three seasons are available on Netflix.