Millennium

Millennium

6 Episodes

Based on the bestselling book trilogy by Stieg Larsson, Millennium is a fast-paced saga of murder, mystery and corruption. The unlikely heroes are disgraced journalist Mikael Blomkvist and his reluctant partner world-class hacker, Lisbeth Salander.

Millennium
  • Episode 1 – Men Who Hate Women, Part 1

    Episode 1

    Disgraced journalist Mikael Blomkvist is hired by industrialist Henrik Vanger to solve the 40 year old disappearance of his niece Harriet. After Mikael learns he has been hacked by Lisbeth Salander, he hires her to help his investigation.

  • Episode 2 – Men Who Hate Women, Part 2

    Episode 2

    As Mikael and Lisbeth investigate the disappearance of Harriet Vanger, it turns deadly. Salander discovers a connection between Harriet and a series of murders involving five young women. Mikael and Lisbeth become romantically involved.

  • Episode 3 – The Girl Who Played With Fire, Part 1

    Episode 3

    Lisbeth is falsely implicated in the murders of her former guardian, Bjurman and two of Blomkvist’s colleagues. The journalists were working on an exposé of a sex trafficking ring.

  • Episode 4 – The Girl Who Played With Fire, Part 2

    Episode 4

    Lisbeth avoids Blomkvist, even as he attempts to help her. Mikael continues to try to prove Lisbeth's innocence, while Lisbeth hunts for the leader of the sex trafficking ring. Her discovery leads to the last person she would ever expect to see.

  • Episode 5 – The Air Castle that Exploded, Part 1

    Episode 5

    A branch of the Secret Police feels threatened by the outcome of the "Zala" incident. Now, in order to protect themselves, they decide to silence those who may be considered a threat to them, including Lisbeth.

  • Episode 6 – The Air Castle that Exploded, Part 2

    Episode 6

    As Lisbeth's trial begins, Mikael races against time to gather information to acquit her, but "The Section" begins a new course of action to stop Mikael's investigation: striking out against Erika and Mikael themselves.