Some serial killers lead double lives. On the surface, they seem completely normal. They are able to live a double life where no one suspects them of the violent murders that they commit alone and in control. When a murderer is caught, what does it do to their loved ones. Those who were closest to them – who shared their lives with them – yet saw nothing? Why where they not capable of seeing beneath the surface?
Ina Bruhn, creator
THOSE WHO KILL – BLINDED is the second season in the reboot of the THOSE WHO KILL franchise. Louise is assigned to an unresolved case involving three young men who were killed within a few months.
One of the victims, 18-year-old Markus, was the only son of Alice, who is an old friend of Louise’s mother. Alice has now been diagnosed with terminal cancer and contacts Louise to ask for her help in finding her son’s killer before she dies.
Louise delves into the case without hesitation and initiates an intense cooperation with the police. When another young man is found killed, Louise discovers a distinct pattern in the murders, but while hunting for the killer she overlooks that he is hiding in plain sight – and that their paths may intertwine in ways she didn’t think possible.
Writer Ina Bruhn
Directors Jonas Alexander Arnby & Goran Kapotanovic
Main cast Natalie Madueño, Tobias Santelmann, Helle Fagralid, Solbjørg Højfeldt, Kasper Leisner, Jens Andersen, Louis Næss-Schmidt, Josephine Park
Producers Caroline Schlüter, Peter Bose & Jonas Allen
Format Series (three seasons)
Original Title Den som dræber – Fanget af mørket
Original Language Danish
Produced by Miso Film Denmark
International Sales Fremantle Media International