Spiral (Season 3)

Spiral (Season 3)

At the beginning of the third season of this gritty French police thriller, the mutilated body of a young woman is found on an abandoned railway
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Spiral (Season 3)

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  • Spiral - EP 301

    Police Captain Laure Berthaud investigates the mutilated body of a young woman found on a disused railway track. Directed by Manuel Boursinhac, 2010.

  • Spiral - EP 302

    Judge Roban's investigation into possible corruption makes waves in high places. Directed by Manuel Boursinhac, 2010.

  • Spiral - EP 303

    With the second body identified, Laure Berthaud suspects the work of a serial killer. Directed by Manuel Boursinhac, 2010.

  • Spiral - EP 304

    Police struggle to hold onto their suspect after he is hospitalized. Directed by Manuel Boursinhac, 2010.

  • Spiral - EP 305

    Police manage to get the suspect remanded in custody, but revelations threaten their case. Directed by Manuel Boursinhac, 2010.

  • Spiral - EP 306

    With the main suspect due to be released, Laure Berthaud's team is back to square one. Directed by Manuel Boursinhac, 2010.

  • Spiral - EP 307

    In spite of the evidence, Laure Berthaud believes that the killer remains at large. Directed by Jean-Marc Brondolo, 2010.

  • Spiral - EP 308

    With new evidence to back Laure Berthaud's theories, Roban asks the crime squad to be involved again. Directed by Jean-Marc Brondolo, 2010.

  • Spiral - EP 309

    Police concentrate their efforts on putting Niko's prostitution ring under surveillance. Directed by Jean-Marc Brondolo, 2010.

  • Spiral - EP 310

    Police tighten their surveillance operation, while the “Butcher” prepares to strike again. Directed by Jean-Marc Brondolo, 2010.

  • Spiral - EP 311

    Police strive to connect the elusive leader of Niko's prostitution ring and the infamous “Butcher." Directed by Jean-Marc Brondolo, 2010.

  • Spiral - EP 312

    Police close in on Niko's prostitution ring, but can Laure track the “Butcher” down? . Directed by Jean-Marc Brondolo, 2010.