Against all odds, “The Killing” lives. This AMC whodunit, which solved a tangled murder case — Who killed Rosie Larsen? — during two often gripping, sometimes exasperating seasons, then was canceled last July for low ratings, will rise from the dead for a welcome third season on June 2.
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AMC’s “The Killing” isn’t just coming back to life, it’s bringing some big name talent to the small screen too. Peter Sarsgaard has signed on to join the upcoming third… More
Following months of speculation, AMC confirmed Tuesday that “The Killing” is coming back to life for a third season on the cable network. The network and the studio have finalized… More
It’s looking more and more like AMC has un-killed “The Killing” — five months after the moody mystery drama was axed by the network, a new season is reportedly in… More
AMC has killed off “The Killing, ” announcing Friday that the mystery drama will not be renewed for a third season.
After two long seasons, Rosie Larsen’s killer was finally apprehended on Sunday night’s season finale of “The Killing.” The shocking discovery came near the end of the episode, when Rosie’s… More
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
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.