There’s something to be said for a show that is unapologetic about itself. No matter how loud its fans on the interwebs scream and cry about the show’s flaws, the… More
Category Archives: The Killing
When Season 2 of “The Killing” premieres on Sunday, April 1, detective Sarah Linden will be confronted with a problem much more complex than merely finding the person who killed… More
When “The Killing” returns for its second season on Sunday, it will arrive with just a fraction of the hoopla and hysteria that greeted another AMC show, “Mad Men,” the week before.
On “The Talk” today, Billy Campbell sat at the table with the hosts — all dressed as their favorite characters from “The Hunger Games” — and talked about how he managed to get the role as the politician/suspect/potentially dead Darren Richmond in AMC’s “The Killing.”
Few series have unleashed the fury of viewers like last season’s finale of “The Killing.” Series star Mireille Enos, who plays detective Sarah Linden on the AMC drama, acknowledges the backlash.
If Season 1 of “The Killing” was about asking questions, then Season 2 “is about answering them,” promises series creator Veena Sud. That’s certainly a reassuring pledge – even if… More
If you’re a fan of “The Killing” and hoped to see the killer of Rosie Larsen revealed by the middle of season two, you can forget it; executive producer Veena Sud revealed that the killer won’t be unveiled until the end of the season.
“Modern Family” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm” were the only primetime shows to receive multiple nominations, while actors Demi Moore, Jennifer Aniston and Fred Savage were saluted for their directorial work in the Dirctors Guild of America’s television and commercial nominations, which were announced on Tuesday.
Without a doubt, 2011 had a lot of “Can’t unsee them” moments. And some of them were so long, they extended for entire seasons, including the show that tops the list; it hasn’t ended yet, but we all know where it’s going.
We don’t know who killed Rosie Larsen yet. Now, we have another good reason to tune in, as Mark Moses has been cast as a detective joining in the hunt for Rosie’s killer, according to The Hollywood Reporter.