Low Winter Sun

Low Winter Sun


Murder, deception, revenge and corruption that starts with the murder of a cop by fellow Detroit detective, Frank Agnew.


Season 1
  • 1



    Pilot: When Detectives Frank Agnew and Joe Geddes murder a cop, the Detroit Police Department launches an investigation that filters through more than just the homicide department.

  • 2

    The Goat Rodeo


    The Goat Rodeo: When the DPD search the house of murdered detective Brendan McCann, Frank finds evidence that changes everything. Starring Mark Strong and Lennie James.

  • 3

    No Rounds


    No Rounds: While the DPD mourn the loss of one of their own, the city pressures its detectives to solve Brendan McCann's murder.

  • 4



    Catacombs: As Frank searches for Katia, he reconnects with an old friend, but his desperation takes him to a dark place. Meanwhile, a lead in the McCann case invigorates the DPD.

  • 5

    Cake On The Way


    Cake on the Way: Political pressure and media attention force Frank and Geddes to make major strides in the McCann case. Meanwhile, Damon finds himself in a critical situation.

  • 6

    The Way Things Are


    The Way Things Are: Frank's search for Katia takes a complicated turn. Elsewhere, Nick proves his worth to the group, while Damon and Maya map out their next move.

  • 7

    There Was A Girl


    There Was a Girl: Frank and Geddes make major moves securing a suspect in the McCann case. Meanwhile, Damon and the crew reach a critical point in their enterprise.

  • 8



    Revelations: Frank prepares to testify in a major trial, while trying to protect Katia. Elsewhere, Damon and the crew come to terms with new changes in their circumstances.

  • 9

    Ann Arbor


    Frank grapples with his sanity as the realities of his actions take their toll. Meanwhile, the DPD catches a major break in the McCann case. [9/10]

  • 10



    Frank struggles to protect himself and those closest to him. Geddes makes some choices on the work and family fronts. Damon makes his boldest move yet, and Maya closes up loose ends [10/10]