|Crossing Lines Season 2|
|Original airdate:||2014 –2015|
Season 2 of Crossing Lines began airing in 2014 and ended in 2015. The season continues straight from where Season 1 left off, with most of the original cast remaining (except for Moon Dailly). Lara Rossi is also added as Moon's replacement.
It was followed by Season 3, released in 2015.
The ICC team faces new challenges and cases in their quest to bring criminals to justice throughout the European Union. Arabela Seeger joins the team, disgusted by what she sees as corruption in her police department. The ICC makes new allies and new enemies along the way. The season culminates in
Compared to Season 1, Season 2's episodes focus more heavily on the backgrounds of the ICC team members. The season finale also features the death or resignation of many of the lead characters, which polarized viewers (many of who claimed this move ruined the show completely).
- William Fichtner as Carl Hickman
- Marc Lavoine as Louis Daniel
- Gabriella Pession as Eva Vittoria
- Richard Flood as Tommy McConnell
- Tom Wlaschiha as Sebastian Berger
- Lara Rossi as Arabela Seeger
- Donald Sutherland as Michel Dorn
- Elsa Mollien as Rebecca Daniel
- Klara Issova as Shari
- Florentine Lahme as Kathrin Eichholtz
- Kim Coates as Phillip Genovese
- Marcel Iures as Alexander Dimitrov
- Carrie-Anne Moss as Amanda Andrews
- Ray Stevenson as Miles Lennon
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|150px||"The Rescue"||2||1||Xavier Gens||2014|
|The team must find a way to deal with the loss of Anne-Marie, confirmed at the end of Season 1. At the same time, Dorn and the team, aided by Miles Lennon, track Dimitrov to a base in England, where he is holding Louis and Rebecca hostage. The team prepares a daring raid to rescue the Daniels before Dimitrov kills them and gets his brother released.
This episode marks the death of Dimitrov and thus ends the Daniel-Dimitrov story arc.
|150px||"The Homecoming"||2||2||Michael Wenning||2014|
|Hickman receives a call from Amanda Andrews, a former NYPD partner back in New York, who is involved with busting a child smuggling ring. The operation turns out to be a trap set up by Genovese, who wants to face off against Hickman one last time. Hickman and Andrews must rekindle their relationship and stop a desperate Genovese.|
|150px||"The Kill Zone"||2||3||Eric Valette||2014|
|A mysterious sniper, code-named Winston Smith, is killing policemen and civilians alike across Europe. He is trying to create a platform for his extremist demands to dissolve the European Union. The ICC team crosses borders to bring him down, while Dorn convinces Rebecca to prosecute again.
This episode officially makes Arabela Seeger a member of the ICC team, filling the space left by Anne-Marie
|150px||"Everybody Will Know"||2||4||Philip John||2014|
|Bullying threats are sent to 4 teens, threatening to release sexual videos of them on the Web. After the suicide of 3 of them, the ICC steps in. However, they are hindered by bad press caused by the leaking of Sebastian's gambling habits to the public. With their technological expert formally under arrest, Louis and the team work around the rules to get his charges cleared.
This episode confirms that Erik is really Sebastian's son
|150px||"Home Is Where the Heart Is"||2||5||2014|
|150px||"The Velvet Glove"||2||7||2014|
|150px||"Truth or Consequences"||2||9||2014|
|150px||"The Long Way Home"||2||10||2014|
|150px||"The Team: Part 1"||2||11||2014|
|150px||"The Team: Part 2"||2||12||2014|