After last night’s episode, I might have to take back my statement that Richmond’s election plotline has been the most sluggish one of the season. I care very little about the grand reveal of what he was up to the night Rosie Larsen was killed, but man, c more
Don't get me wrong: The Killing , like plenty of shows, has had its share of flaws, including episodes that offer moments of boredom and aspects of melodrama that make you want to yawn.
Except " Bulldog " was a perfect example of a biting force that gr more
I have a new candidate for Employee of the Month on this show (I also would like to file a petition to have the title officially changed to that, as in “Tune in Sunday 9/8 central to This Show .”) Last month it was Ray the tech guy. Now it’s whoever is re more
You know when you're putting together a puzzle and all you have left are a few pieces and it's exciting because you're so close to seeing the whole picture?
The Killing continued to push the seemingly random parts and players of the show closer togethe more
This week on The Killing, we meet Rosie Larsen’s real father, David Ranier, and he seems to be pretty great. He’s handsome. He lives in one of those TV houses whose kitchens make you crave breakfast. He’s as natural at navigating the fickle moods of teena more
The Killing may have started out as a basic investigation into the death of Rosie Larsen, but like many simple beginnings, the path in question is not without its twists, turns, and uncoverings. There's usually something deeper at the heart of it and espe more
Don't worry, Holder's okay, but it takes a desperate search team one weary night on Native American soil to track him down, and the outcome isn't exactly happy. Sunday night's (May 13) episode of "The Killing" begins with the hunt for a missing cop and en more
It seems pretty clear by now that the casino folks were involved in Rosie’s Larsen’s murder and that it was tied somehow to the waterfront development contracts that Mayor Adams has been trying to get pushed through. Because that’s what we all originally more