Crossing Lines

Season 3
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Season 3, Episode 12 - Obscura

3.0 15 x
Dorn’s team is tasked with protecting a rabidly right-wing politician from assassination. The question isn’t who would kill him, but who wouldn’t?
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Season 3, Episode 11 - Expose

3.0 1 x
Journalist Freja Jensen wrote soft-edged lifestyle articles, not tough investigative pieces. So what was the big story she discovered that made someone kill her?
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Season 3, Episode 10 - Penalty

3.0 3 x
When a bomb explodes in a Polish club’s locker room, the ICU suspects a terrorist attack. But deeper investigation reveals other motives: match-fixing, Europe-wide gambling and players threatened with violence, or worse.
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Season 3, Episode 9 - Enemy Of The People

4.0 6 x
Re-routing a river across national borders is a vast project. The money involved is equally vast, certainly enough to be a motive for murder - often more than one.
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Season 3, Episode 8 - Heat

4.0 3 x
Carine hasn’t expected Dorn’s old friend to challenge her authority at every turn. Seniority isn’t enough: he must know what he’s doing. Or does he?
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Season 3, Episode 7 - Dragon

4.0 2 x
The ICC team gets a lead on a notorious human trafficker, and discovers that even high-profile philanthropy may have a hidden darker side.
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Season 3, Episode 6 - Lost And Found

4.0 5 x
A stabbing on a holiday island isn’t usually important except for the victim. But when that victim’s already dying from a lethal haemorrhagic fever it’s very important indeed.
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Season 3, Episode 5 - Executioner

3.0 3 x
A vigilante is using a social justice group’s leaflet as a shopping list for murder. But if his victims are all murderers, why does the team have to stop him?
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Season 3, Episode 4 - Recoil

3.0 2 x
When an anti-Mafia judge is shot dead, it’s obvious the mob is behind it. So why would a contract killer interrupt his getaway to steal the dead man’s watch?
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Season 3, Episode 3 - In Loco Parentis

3.0 6 x
When hostage-taking becomes murder, the tragedy of one story may be the well-planned happy ending to another. It’s the team’s job to separate heroes from villains.
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