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Chloe Sevigny and James D'Arcy Star in the New A&E Network Original Series THOSE WHO KILL

A&E Network will premiere the new original scripted series THOSE WHO KILL on Monday, March 3 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. The suspenseful drama stars Academy Award-nominated and Golden Globe-winning actress Chloƫ Sevigny (BIG LOVE, Boys Don't Cry) and James D'Arcy (Hitchcock, Cloud Atlas). Based on the Danish crime series format inspired by the bestselling work of author Elsebeth Egholm, the thrilling drama follows Catherine Jensen (Sevigny), a recently promoted homicide detective who tracks down serial killers and relentlessly seeks the truth behind the disappearance of her brother. Pittsburgh serves as the picturesque backdrop for the ten-episode serialized drama.

"Glen Morgan and the incredible team behind the THOSE WHO KILL have crafted a captivating drama that we're thrilled to add to our slate of original scripted series," said David McKillop, Executive Vice President and General Manager of A&E Network. "As the story unfolds, these damaged yet good-intentioned characters are brought to life by the talented cast."

As a freshly minted homicide detective, Catherine Jensen has garnered a reputation for overstepping her boundaries in her unrelenting pursuit to solve Pittsburgh's most gruesome murders.Motivated by her past, including the disappearance of her brother and the suspicion that her stepfather is a serial killer, she often finds herself emotionally connected to the victims she's investigating.Jensen enlists the help of Thomas Schaeffer (D'Arcy), a forensic psychologist who has a tumultuous relationship with the police department, to provide insight into her cases and her personal investigation into her stepfather. He too finds himself deeply connected to each case, but often through the killer, which proves to be a hazardous undertaking.The pair shares a skewed sense of judgment that often puts them, and sometimes even their families, at risk.As these two captivating yet flawed characters come together, their bond often rescues them from their individual demons but may be the source of more harmful tribulations.

THOSE WHO KILL is produced by Imagine Television (24, FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS) and Fox 21 (HOMELAND, SONS OF ANARCHY) .Brian Grazer and Francie Calfo are executive producers for Imagine Television. Glen Morgan (THE X-FILES, MILLENIUM) wrote the pilot episode and also serves as executive producer/showrunner. David Petrarca serves as executive producer and directs several episodes.Peter Bose and Jonas Allen are executive producers for Miso Films.

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