First Photo: Elizabeth Moss in Top of the Lake Season 2!


When the body of an Asian woman washes up on Sydney’s Bondi Beach, Detective Robin Griffin is back on the job in season two of Jane Campion’s Emmy®-winning Top of the Lake.

Top of the Lake Season 2 will premiere on SundanceTV in 2017. Follow the jump for the first look photo of Moss as Detective Griffin.

FIRST LOOK IMAGE OF ELISABETH MOSS AS DETECTIVE ROBIN GRIFFIN IN THE SECOND SEASON OF JANE CAMPION’s CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED “TOP OF THE LAKE”Elisabeth Moss as Detective Robin Griffin - Top of the Lake _ Season 2, Episode 1 - Photo Credit:  Lisa Tomasetti/See-Saw Films/SundanceTV

The mini-series is produced by See-Saw Films for BBC Two in association with BBC First in Australia, BBC UKTV in New Zealand, SundanceTV and Hulu in the United States, ARTE in France and BBC Worldwide.

Elisabeth Moss (“Mad Men”) is reprising her Golden Globe winning role in the second season of the Emmy® and Golden Globe nominated “Top of the Lake.”

The second season of “Top of the Lake” is a crime mystery story that begins four years on from the explosive ending of series one. When the unidentified body of an Asian girl washes up on to Sydney’s Bondi Beach the case seems hopeless – until detective Robin Griffin discovers that ‘China Girl’ didn’t die alone.

“Top of the Lake” season 2 will broadcast in 2017.

The first season of “Top of the Lake” won the 2013 Emmy for Outstanding Cinematography for a Miniseries or Movie, as well as the 2014 Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television for Moss. “Top of the Lake” also received recognition at the 2014 BAFTAs, Screen Actors Guild Awards, Critics Choice Television Awards, PGA Awards, among many others.

The critically acclaimed mini-series will once again be directed by Oscar® winner Jane Campion (Bright Star, The Piano), along with new co-director Ariel Kleiman (Partisan). Campion and Gerard Lee also return as co-writers of the second season. “Top of the Lake” is being produced by Philippa Campbell (Rain, “Top of the Lake” season 1) and Libby Sharpe (Jewboy). Executive producers are Campion with See-Saw’s Emile Sherman, Iain Canning (The King’s Speech, Shame) and Jamie Laurenson, alongside Lucy Richer for BBC Two.