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Scoop: The Killing Targets Joan Allen as Linden's Nemesis

  Oscar-nominated actress Joan Allen will cause trouble for The Killing 's Detective Linden on the show's fourth and final season on Netflix, has learned. Read More...

Joan Allen Joining The Killing

  Joan Allen has joined the cast of The Killing for the show's upcoming fourth Netflix-only season, according to TV Guide . She'll be on a "major multi-episode arc" as the stern headmaster at an all-boys military school that's connected to the central murder mystery of the season; her character reportedly "projects a maternal instinct to the troubled young men in her charge," but was also dishonorably discharged from the military. Has Peter Sarsgaard taught us nothing? Don't join the cast of The Killing if you can possibly avoid it.

Plot Details of 'The Killing' Season 4 Reveal Major Villain and Military School Setting

Sarah Linden and Stephen Holder will come head-to-head with the head of an all-boys military academy who will do anything to defend the school and her charges.  Read More...

‘The Killing’s’ Michelle Forbes to Guest on Fox’s ‘Rake’ (Exclusive)

Michelle Forbes is jumping from one heated role into another. The actress will guest star on “Rake,” Fox’s new drama from director Sam Raimi and Sony Pictures TV, TheWrap has learned exclusively. Forbes will appear on Episode 106 as Lucy Marks, who’s described as a very put together woman whose daughter was convicted of murder. She herself is on trial for illegally taping a phone conversation.   Read More...

'The Killing' is the show that would not die: Netflix orders 6-episode final(?) season

For a show called "The Killing," it sure has a lot of life in it. After airing three seasons on -- and twice being canceled by -- AMC, the moody, rainy crime drama is getting six more episodes on Netflix. The streaming service says it's a "final" season, but we'll believe that sometime around, oh, 2028.Stars Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman will return for the fourth season, as will showrunner Veena Sud and rest of the creative team. Production is scheduled to begin early next year; a premiere date hasn't been set. "The rich, serialized storytelling in 'The Killing' thrives on Netflix, and we believe that it is only fitting to give Sarah Linden and Stephen Holder a proper send off," says Cindy Holland, vice president of original content for Netflix. "We are looking forward to offering fans -- both existing and new -- a series that we know is perfectly suited for on-demand viewing.""The...

‘The Killing’ Rises From the Dead for Fourth and Final Season on Netflix

Those zombies on  The Walking Dead  aren’t half as resilient as  The Killing . The gritty drama has been resurrected (again) after being cancelled by AMC for a second time this spring. However, the dream team of Holder (Joel Kinnaman) and Linden (Mireille Enos) will be relocating for their fourth and final season–don’t worry, they’ll still be roaming the rainy streets of Seattle–but they’ll be doing it on Netflix instead of AMC. Read More...

Mireille Enos Talks WORLD WAR Z on Blu-ray, the Reshoots, the Film’s Success, Looking Back on THE KILLING, David Ayer’s SABOTAGE, and More

After all of the talk about  World War Z  (now available on Blu-ray/DVD) being troubled and needing re-shoots, it unquestionably proved itself to be one of the surprise success stories of the summer, with over half a billion dollars at the worldwide box office and sparking talk of a sequel.  The film follows Gerry Lane ( Brad Pitt ), as he fights to save and return to his family while a lethal virus spread through a single bite turns healthy humans into something unrecognizable, unthinking and feral. Read More...

Mireille Enos disappointed in The Killing axe

Actress Mireille Enos is holding out hope her scrapped series The Killing will be resurrected, insisting she was "disappointed" to learn the show had been axed. The American version of the hit Dan...

'The Killing' is axed -- again -- by AMC; no Season 4

The third time was not the charm for "The Killing."  Read More...,0,3578753.story

'The Killing's' Elias Koteas Boards 'Chicago PD' (Exclusive)

He becomes the newest series regular to join NBC's "Chicago Fire" spinoff.