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Series 2 - Episode 5
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is oddness on an epic scale, a titanic yuck-fest. Beheadings, mutilations, big men having big fights and, tonight, a grotesque killing in a shower that makes the Hitchcock’s Psycho scene look like an outtake from The Sound of Music. It’s horrible.
If you can bear to look at the screen strange, inexplicable things keep happening as a blizzard closes in on the little Arctic community. Its ex-governor Hildur (Sofie Grabol) receives a mysterious package complete with a shocking film snippet that suggests someone has tampered with nature in the most repellent way.
There’s another head in search of a body, and that sinister supposed shaman (Misfits’ Robert Sheehan) gets up to bloody mischief.
Michael finds a glimmer of hope for Freya, while Vincent's trust in Natalie is shattered. Later, a disturbing challenge is issued.
Full Episode Guide
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No official word yet as to whether Sky Atlantic will return to the cursed town of Fortitude after season two – but the signs are promising for fans of the Arctic chiller…
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Finding Fortitude: Head to Iceland's east coast to explore the spectacular locations in the Arctic thriller
Dennis Quaid, Michelle Fairley and Ken Stott join cast of Fortitude series 2
Fortitude series two will pick up seven weeks on with "those who are left standing"
Fortitude creator Simon Donald answers some burning questions about the chilling drama
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New characters and new dangers in exclusive pictures from Fortitude series 2
Luke Treadaway is "in the race" to become the next Doctor Who
Sofie Grabol reunites with The Killing writer Soren Sveistrup for new film
Victoria Derbyshire on ageism, saying sorry and her new BBC2 show
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