Sunday brought the TV moment some of us had been anxiously waiting for.
No, not the bloody, shocking and disturbing last ten minutes of "Game of Thrones," but the return of AMC’s “The Killing.”
Back like they never left, Veena Sud and her team have brought our favorite Seattle-based detectives back to the Sunday lineup and, depending on what you’ve seen, read or heard, the “The Killing” season three (or "TK2.0" as I like to call it) debuted with mixed results.
Roughly six months after canceling it, AMC is bringing back its rainy mystery, "The Killing."
The network announced a deal with Fox Television Studios on Tuesday that allows the drama to return to AMC with a third season and a new case.
With Netflix and DirecTV around, defunct TV series may never really die.
According to TVLine, both companies are exploring their options with AMC's axed series, "The Killing," which was canceled last month after its second season conclusion.
[This post contains spoilers from the June 17 episode of AMC's "The Killing."]
Sunday night's episode aired the moment I’ve been waiting two seasons for - and more or less predicted last week.
After 26 episodes, the mystery of who killed Rosie Larsen was revealed in the second season finale, “What I Know.” Sure, Rosie was murdered because she was in the wrong place at the wrong time, but it was a lot more complicated and heartbreaking than we thought.
OK, let’s be clear: When it comes to “The Killing,” we do not know who killed Rosie Larsen.
But AMC has their Suspect Tracker and, at last count, the top answer for viewers on the question of "Who Killed Rosie Larsen?" is none other than Jamie Wright (Eric Laden).
As Linden told Mayor Adams at the top of Sunday’s episode, “Donnie or Marie,” “We’re running out of time here.”
I couldn’t help but think of how relieved I am that this marathon is almost over. Like every great long distance race the end can be the most exciting, and that much is true as we wind down "The Killing's" second season.
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