The Best Episodes Directed by Kristoffer Nyholm
#1 - Trove
Endeavour Season 2 - Episode 1
Returning from sick leave, Morse investigates a suspicious suicide, a missing girl, and the theft of a Trove (ancient artifacts). A beauty pageant and local by-election draw Morse into disagreement with Inspector Thursday and Superintendent Bright when he believes they are connected to the crimes despite the evidence. A missing notebook and a Freemasonry lodge hamper the investigation.
#6 - Friday, November 18
The Killing (2007) Season 2 - Episode 4
The murder of another former soldier, David Grüner, prompts inquiries into his and Raben's army squad and a particular event during the group's Afghanistan mission a few years before. Lund and Strange track down one of the remaining members in a remote Swedish island. Buch is under pressure from above to cave to the right wing's demands about banning Islamic organisations, but new information about former minister Monberg's relationship with one of the victims makes him weary of acting too hastily.
#7 - Saturday, November 19
The Killing (2007) Season 2 - Episode 5
The police investigation comes under fire after soldier Lisbeth Thomsen was killed by a bomb planted in her boat, but Brix keeps Lund and Strange on the case. They try to learn the truth about the Afghanistan mission and pay a visit to the mother of a fallen soldier who may be connected to the case. Buch causes scandal when he interrupts his own press conference, and the prime minister wants him to come up with answers. Raben remains on the run, but seeks help from his former comrade the chaplain.
#8 - Le Marais
Jo Season 1 - Episode 6
A young gallerist, Marie-Eve Lambert, Place des Vosges lies, killed by a violent blow to the head. Believing at first to a crime of passion, Jo discovers in the hand of the victim leading a mysterious message at the National Archives, where Marie-Eve was researching resistant deported to Auschwitz.
#9 - Tuesday, November 15
The Killing (2007) Season 2 - Episode 1
Ten days after lawyer Anne Dragsholm was found dead at a WWII memorial, the police have her husband in custody for her murder. But the chief of investigation calls on Sarah Lund, who has transferred away from the crime squad, to return to Copenhagen to look over the case. Meanwhile, a young politician is made minister of justice after his predecessor is incapacitated, and a convict seeks parole from a detention facility to be with his wife and child
#10 - Thursday, November 17
The Killing (2007) Season 2 - Episode 3
While intelligence services insist that the investigation should focus on possible terrorism links, Raben's escape strengthens Lund's interest in his links with the victims. Raben himself seeks information from other old army buddies. Buch is hit by the revelation of a secret memo about the Dragsholm murder, and the actions of the former minister come into question.
#11 - Wednesday, November 16
The Killing (2007) Season 2 - Episode 2
Sarah Lund officially joins the investigation into the murders of Anne Dragsholm and soldier Allan Myg Poulsen, who was found butchered in a warehouse. A published video of the captive Dragsholm suggests the assassinations are acts of terrorism, and the police look into links with Islamic extremists. At Parliament the case puts new minister Buch's terrorism legislation in jeopardy when the government's right-wing partners demand a tighter grip on extremism. Prisoner Jens Peter Raben takes matters into his own hands after being denied parole.
#12 - Invalides
Jo Season 1 - Episode 3
Charlotte, a Mirage pilot of thirty-five years, was found dead at the Hotel des Invalides. The victim was wearing a ring stolen a year earlier in the murder of a family in the south of France. Her lover, a mysterious mechanic, quickly suspected. Unearthing the elements of this crime forgotten, Jo maintains a conspiracy ...