AMC sort of apologizes for 'The Killing' finale: 'Never meant to mislead anybody'


It's been more than a month since "The Killing" ended its first season on AMC, but reporters still have a bone to pick with the way it ended. Joel Stillerman, AMC's head of original programming, fielded several questions about the show's controversial cliffhanger ending -- in which the audience didn't actually learn the answer to the show's marketing tagline, "Who killed Rosie Larsen?" He says the anger from some critics and viewers over the finale was in part a result of the way AMC sold the series."I think the major takeaway for us after the finale of 'The Killing' starts with the headline that for everybody who was frustrated, we hear you," Stillerman says. "If we had to do anything differently, I think we certainly would have taken a different approach with respect to managing expectations of what was going to happen within the season. I can tell you ... it was never intentionally meant...


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