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AMC Renews THE KILLING For Season 2

With just one week until THE KILLING season finale, at least one unresolved question has finally been answered: the series will be returning to AMC for a second season. Are you excited we’ll get more of THE KILLING? Given that next season will focus on a different case, who are you hoping sticks around? Follow [...]

The Killing Season Finale Clip: How Will It End?

The Killing set the stage for a dramatic finale last night. How will the AMC series bid farewell for at least a few months (it hasn't been picked up for a second season yet)? Via the episode "Orpheus Descending," which focuses on the identification of identification, as well as the relationship between Mitch and Stan. Get a sneak peek at the installment now:

'The Killing' preview: Mitch vents her anger

After last week's character-driven detour, "The Killing" looks like it's getting back to the details surrounding Rosie Larsen's murder in the penultimate episode of the season.In the preview of Sunday's (June 12) episode below, Mitch (Michelle Forbes) inadvertently gets some unwelcome information about her husband, Stan (Brent Sexton). It comes in the midst of an episode in which she also learns things about Rosie that she  never knew, so you can imagine she's not in the best state of mind.Unfortunately for Belko Royce (Brendan Sexton III), he happens to be close by when Mitch lets out some of her frustrations. On the investigation side of things Sunday, the detectives find a connection between Rosie and a sketchy website that could lead them closer to the killer."The Killing" airs at 10 p.m. ET Sunday on AMC. You can follow the show on  Twitter and Facebook, and catch up with every episode for free at Here's...

The Killing Clip: About That Photo...

The action has slowed down considerably on The Killing . This week's episode was evidence of that. But there's action-based hope on the horizon, as a photo of Rosie and her connection to a suspicious website will play a vital role on Sunday's new installment, "Beau Soleil." Elsewhere, Mitch learns a few secrets about her daughter. Check out a clip from the upcoming hour now:

Mireille Enos is Killing It!

The Franco-American actress — previously best known for her dual role on Big Love — has pulled off a star-making turn as Seattle detective Sarah Linden on AMC's hypnotic mystery. Even though this week's episode, "Missing," was essentially a time-killer, as Linden and her ex-meth-head partner Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman) took a time out from investigating the Rosie Larsen murder to search for her missing teenage son, Enos didn't hit a false note. Read More...

The Killing First Look: Does the Casino Hold the Answers to Rosie's Death?

What was Rosie Larsen doing at a casino? After losing her top suspect, her fiancée and many hours of sleep, Detective Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos) finally caught a break in the final moments of last week's episode of The Killing . On a run to clear her head, Sarah figured out that the mysterious "Adela" Rosie had written about wasn't a...

'The Killing' preview: Linden hits another wall

Last week's episode of "The Killing" finally let us in on the significance of "Adela": It's not a person, but a ferry Rosie Larsen most likely took to a casino on the night she disappeared.When Linden (Mireille Enos) arrives at that casino in Sunday's (June 5) episode, however, she doesn't get a very warm welcome. As you can see in the above clip from the episode, titled "Missing," the casino doesn't have security-camera footage of the night in question, and its management isn't exactly forthcoming with any other information either. (So what are they hiding?) And because the casino is on tribal land, Linden doesn't really have standing to compel them to cooperate. We also suspect, though, that Linden will figure out a way to get at least some of what she wants out of the trip. "The Killing" airs at 10 p.m. ET Sunday on AMC; for more on the show, follow it on...

The Killing Clip: Where is Jack?

As The Killing moves toward its first season finale, Sarah will run into a problem more personal and pressing than anything she's faced so far: Her missing son. On Sunday's new episode (aptly titled "Missing), Sarah and Holder learn more about Rosie's activities - which includes a connection to one of the local casinos - but the investigation becomes secondary when Jack can't be found. Get an early look at the installment via this sneak peek:

Is The Killing Going to Be Cancelled?

AMC is starting to scare me again. While I've been unable to find time for the show  The Killing  ( Game of Thrones  and  Treme  count as priority shows for me), I do have a stake in it -- I plan to watch the series over the hiatus between  Breaking Bad  and The Walking Dead . But will it be worth it for me to tune in if the show doesn't get a second season? Probably not -- the disappointment of  Rubicon 's cancellation is still too fresh, even months later. So here's the question: is  The Killing  going to go the way of  Rubicon ? AMC's only cancelled one show in its history of original programming dating back to  Mad Men , but could it take down another show? They're taking a long time to decide whether to renew  The Killing , a sign eerily reminiscent of the slow build to  Rubicon 's death.  The Killing 's star, Mireille Enos, however, doesn't seem to be that bothered. Read More...

The Killing's Burning Questions Answered

We grill the executive producer and stars of AMC's tantalizing thriller The Killing for answers to our burning questions. Detective Holder, Sarah Linden's hoodie-loving, hygiene-hating partner, has a hard-to-place accent. Where is he from? Joel Kinnaman, the lanky 31-year-old who plays Holder, speaks the way he does partly because he's half-American, half-Swedish and lives in Stockholm. But Holder also sounds like that, says...