Now, that is what I call an episode.
The Killing ’s strength has always been its characters. It’s when it comes to plot that it tends to get tangled up. Its loose ends wrap around the characters' ankles and pul more
It's easy to enjoy Joel Kinnaman portray Holder with his cool precision whether he's letting Linden know he's not going to try and kiss her again, angrily wasting beer cans or helping another little man out. Time and time again, whether he dom more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Six Minutes," the July 28 episode of AMC's "The Killing," in which Linden tries to get Ray Seward a last-minute reprieve. Read More...
Wow. I didn’t think The Killing would do it. I thought there was no chance that it would. But it did. It did it. The Killing killed off Bullet, and just like Holder, I’m devastated. However, I’m also impressed, because even though I declared last week’s T more
The Killing might very well be the most original show on television. It certainly reinvents the rules of narrative. It does stuff that other shows would never dare, like revealing exactly who the killer was at the beginning of the season in such a blunt, more
Hope must be on vacation from The Killing... because any semblance of a positive outcome seemed lost on the heavy-handed bleakness that soaked up the characters and story on " Reckoning ."
The hour was tough to watch, but difficult in the way it more
A dark turn in the case leads Holder down a bad road, while Linden's own path is blocked with a hurdle. Back in prison, things get in Seward's head, and something unexpected happens to one of the guards. Read More... http://tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/the-killi more