A police investigation, the saga of a grieving family, and a Seattle mayoral campaign all interlock after the body of 17-year-old Rosie Larsen is found in the trunk of a submerged car.
This has quickly become, in the couple of days it took me to watch the seasons, one of my favorite shows. This show is just incredibly written and directed and produced. I am already anxiously awaiting season 4.
In the first season I was didn’t really like Detective Holder much, it might have been the way he talked and dressed but by the end of season 1 I really liked him and then the end of season 3 I was thinking of him as a best friend. Now Linden, I slowly started to like her throughout the first couple of episodes. She, in general, seems like a hard person to get to know and get along with at times, but as I began to understand her I began to truly like her. I feel like throughout these three seasons, Linden and Holder are a perfect partner match just because they both have had difficult pasts and seem to understand the other person a little bit better than that person might understand themselves.
It seemed that throughout the first two seasons I was constantly yelling ‘Who is the killer?!’ I have to say that season 3 was most definitely my favorite season and that ending, aka just the last episode where that crazy is, made me scream and I am still currently seething over what happened. Just…aodspvjaiojbiojewoijobijijvijijdoaijw!!
I’m probably going to be livid over that last episode until the next season comes out. From the sets to the actors the shows was made gloriously well, everything worked together amazingly well and kudos to the creators and everyone involved in this show. This is a very highly recommended show from me, so if you like murder mystery shows I definitely suggest this one, just be prepared to have to wait a whole season or two to find out who the killer is and it can get very frustrating, but it is most definitely worth it.