Gråbøl divorced her husband, the film director Jacob Thuesen, in 2006 and has two children with him; a son, Bror, and a daughter, Gudrun.
Because of the time-lapse in airdates between countries, honours awarded to the first two series are spread out over an unusual number of years.
Lund is about to be discharged from the case when a second killing, that of a Danish military veteran, leads to fears that are involved.
Novelisations of each series have been published by.
Lund discovers the chaplain's body and pursues the perpetrator.
Upon returning to Denmark, Lund meets her mother, who has had a of Lund lying dead.
Sarah Lund's investigation turns to the financial and governmental communities during the.
Even the shape-concealing jumper sweater she wore in the show became iconic.