In Defense of 'The Killing': Why You Shouldn't Hate the Finale

After the shocking first season finale of AMC's The Killing, which failed to reveal the identity of Rosie Larsen's killer and added a few extra curveballs to the story, I expected a lot of outrage. But I didn't expect the level of pure hate that has spewed from many TV critics.
In particular is Maureen Ryan's scathing review where she calls it "the worst season finale of all time." That's a bit extreme, and while I'm not about to praise The Killing's finale as genius, I certainly want to defend it against the unnecessarily cruel and angry words Ryan and many other critics are hurling at it.


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