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'The Killing' Recruits 'L.A. Complex' Star for Recurring Role (Exclusive)

Benjamin Charles Watson has joined the third season of AMC's revived drama as a transgender teen.

Film Star Peter Sarsgaard Joins Cast of ‘The Killing’

Now here is a big “get” for the cable network  AMC and the rescued drama series   The Killing . Film star Peter Sarsgaard – who has appeared in the films ‘An Education’, ‘Green Lantern’ and ‘Knight and Day’ (among countless others) – has joined the cast for the show’s upcoming third season, making this his first regular role on TV. The folks over at  Entertainment Weekly reported here  that Sarsgaard will play Tom Seward, “a death row inmate for whom the clock is ticking down. A life-long convict born into poverty and crime, Seward’s been in and out of the system for violent crimes since he was 10. Not ever wanting to appear weak, every interaction is a challenge, and one he must dominate”. READ MORE...

'The Killing' Adds Troubled Teen for Season 3

Max Fowler will be a series regular as the rebooted AMC drama injects youth.

Elias Koteas Cast as Series Regular on The Killing

Elias Koteas has signed on for The Killing Season 3 . The veteran actor ( Combat Hospital , CSI: NY , Unforgettable ) will jump on board the resurrected AMC drama as Ed Skinner , the intense ex-partner of Mireille Enos' Sara Linden. TV Guide describes the character as generally "upstanding," but also hints at a short-term affair he kept from his wife. Read More...

'The Killing' revived for Season 3: Mireille Enos, Joel Kinnaman and Veena Sud return for 12 episodes in 2013

AMC and Fox Television Studios have officially revived "The Killing" for Season 3 with stars Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman and showrunner Veena Sud all set to return.But the most important news of all: "Season three will focus on a new case, which will be resolved over the course of 12 episodes." It's right there in the official announcement, they swear!The announcement also provides a clue to what that new case will be: "A year after closing the Rosie Larsen case, Sarah Linden is no longer a detective. But when her ex-partner Stephen Holder's search for a runaway girl leads him to discover a gruesome string of murders that connects to a previous murder investigation by Linden, she is drawn back into the life she thought she'd left behind."She tried to get out, and they pulled her back in! Just like "The Killing's" audience.Filming for Season 3 begins Feb. 25 in Vancouver and it sounds...

The Killing's Creator Reveals Why It's Time To Say Goodbye

If you're having trouble saying goodbye to Sarah Lund, who takes her bow and departs the Danish TV stage at the end of this third and final series of 'The Killing', spare a thought for the man who created her. "It will be sad, but I never intended to tell an endless story," explains Soren Sveistrup. "I had three stories to tell, and it would be a great shame to keep going and ruin it. I always think it's better to leave the party before the tomatoes go rotten." No doubt, there has been a lot of arm-tugging by pragmatic television executives to milk their golden goose for a few more turns by Lund, together with her jumper and torch that have become such constant companions on a cold Saturday evening. Sveistrup is suitably diplomatic...

Billy Campbell Won’t Be Back on The Killing

When The Killing un-kills itself for another season, don't expect to see Billy Campbell. According to Variety , Campbell's wheelchair-bound, Bockmail-checking Seattle mayor will not be part of the resurrected third season, nor will Brett Sexton or Michelle Forbes. It's still not clear what the new season would be about, but at least it won't be about Rosie Larson.

Is The Killing Returning to AMC?

The Killing may not be dead after all. Showrunner Veena Sud and executive producers Dawn Prestwich and Nicole Yorkin are reportedly back in the writers' room hammering out story for a third season, according to Variety . The Killing , which was axed after two seasons by AMC in July, could return to the cable network as early as...

'The Killing' might get a third season after all

AMC is considering un-canceling its series "The Killing," with an assist from Netflix.The cable channel dropped the polarizing and marginally rated drama in July after airing two seasons. At the time, AMC called it a "difficult decision" while producer Fox Television Studios vowed to look for another home for the show.The studio's efforts appear to have paid off. Deadline reports AMC got back on board after hearing a "strong" pitch for Season 3 from executive producer Veena Sud.A deal isn't finalized yet, nor are details of how AMC and Netflix would share "The Killing." Deadline says AMC will probably keep rights to the first run.The show's regular cast remains under contract, so that won't be a hurdle to restarting production.What do you make of the news? Would you like to see more of "The Killing"?...

Could The Killing Be Revived?

AMC announced last month that it would not be renewing The Killing for a third season, but the series could find new life on Netflix or DirecTV, TVLine reports. The two outlets are currently in negotiations with Fox Television Studios, which produces The Killing , to pick it up for a third season, according to the report.