The Oslo Killing
On April 24, 1974, the brutally murdered body of Anni Nielsen Iranzo was discovered; beaten and strangled in her Oslo home. She was 3 months pregnant. There was only one witness to the crime, Anni’s four-year-old daughter, Maria. Now 48 years old, Maria sets out to find the truth about who killed her mother. Jealousy, revenge, and money - a mystery stretching from Norway to Argentina to the U.S., unsolved for 43 years and buried by all… This intense true crime miniseries digs into the infamous cold case, shedding light on new leads and suspects.
The Oslo Killing Ep. 1
Maria travels back to Norway for the first time since 1974 to find the truth about what happened to her mother.
The Oslo Killing Ep. 2
Bloody clothes are found outside Oslo. Maria receives some surprising news from the Oslo police.
The Oslo Killing Ep. 3
The contents of the evidence box is revealed, and cracks appear on the theory the police have presented about what happened to Anni Nielsen Iranzo.
The Oslo Killing Ep. 4
Maria discovers a confession letter in the National Archives and looks into the mystery of the jacket that turned up in the evidence box.
The Oslo Killing Ep. 5
Maria and her family ask the police to hand the evidence over to them so they can have it tested for DNA, and a laboratory is preparing for the receival of the material.
Well crafted though am hoping there is more of an ending. Yes 6 episodes is too much if this is the end. Will change rating if series continues and proves itself.
Great socu. A lot of repetition. Upset with Norway deciding to destroy the clothes. But what about the confession letter. Why wasn’t that spoken about in more detail. So many more questions then Answers.
is this it??? I keep checking for more episode..
Not enough answers...
Well done.... the mystery is very convoluted and more than once I thought it couldn’t be solved. Credit to Maria and her family for not giving into the red tape. I also wonder why they insist on destroying evidence which could prove who was involved. This is not the service their citizens deserve.