Robin Griffin (Elisabeth Moss) and Miranda Hilmarson (Gwendoline Christie) - Top of the Lake _ Season 2 - Photo Credit:  See-Saw Films (TOTL2) Holdings Pty Ltd/SundanceTVFinally, Peggy Olson and Brienne of Tarth are in the same TV series!

The second season of "Top of the Lake" has a dream team cast, and a troubling new trailer. In "Top of the Lake: China Girl," Elisabeth Moss returns to her Golden Globe-winning role, this time joined by Nicole Kidman (and her amazing new hair) and "Game of Thrones" star Gwendoline Christie.

Here's the synopsis from SundanceTV:

"Top of the Lake: China Girl' is a crime mystery story that finds Detective Robin Griffin (Elisabeth Moss) recently returned to Sydney and trying to rebuild her life. When the body of an Asian girl washes up on Bondi Beach, there appears little hope of finding the killer, until Robin realizes 'China Girl' didn't die alone. Robin looks to the investigation to restore herself, but her problems are personal. Haunted by a daughter given up at birth, Robin desperately wants to find her, yet dreads revealing the truth of her conception. But her search to discover 'China Girl's' identity will take her into the city's darkest recesses and closer than she could have imagined to the secrets of her own heart."

Here's the trailer:Based on the trailer, it looks like Kidman plays the adopted mother of Robin's biological child, who ends up wrapped up in the greater mystery.

"Top of the Lake: China Girl" -- which also stars David Dencik, Alice Englert, and Ewen Leslie -- premieres this month at the Cannes Film Festival. It will then air on SundanceTV in the U.S. in September. New episodes will stream on Hulu the day after they air. In the meantime, "Mad Men" alum Moss can now be seen as another badass woman fighting the system in Hulu's "The Handmaid's Tale."

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Top of the Lake
Sundance TVTVMAMarch 18, 2013
Based on 27 critics

A detective battles the local populace and her own past while investigating a girl's disappearance. Read More