After discovering Kallie was the latest star in the local sex tape racket, Holder and Linden called in Bullet to watch in hopes that she might have some ideas. She flinched when they asked her to confirm whether Goldie was the disembodied voice. She did o more
The good news is that Holder and Linden are partners again. The bad news is that Holder’s old/new partner Carl might not be around much anymore. I know I called him a wet blanket last week, but I have actually gotten attached to his confusing brand of low more
My favorite episode of The Killing is the first season episode, "Missing," where Holder and Linden take a pause from the Rosie Larsen case and instead search for Linden's missing son, Jack. The reason why "Missing" is probably the best episode that The Ki more
The Killing Season 3 certainly seems like a far darker tale than when it dipped its toes into the Larsen case.
Perhaps a lot of that has to do with the revealing look at the seedy side of Seattle, full of abandoned, neglected teens looking to score their more
When The Killing returned last Sunday for its third season, I wasn't sure what to expect. I had enjoyed the show's first two seasons much more than most critics and viewers, but as the series kept approaching the inevitable reveal of Rosie Larsen's killer more
Okay, so let me get this straight.
At the end of last season, Linden quit because she couldn’t handle any more dead women, whether they be married mothers who were also prostitutes or A-plus-student runaways who were also secret casino waitresses. Then more
As the inextricably linked stories begin to unravel on The Killing Season 3 , it's clear that the series is in a fresh new world, even if the rain-soaked streets of Seattle still require you to carry at least a couple umbrellas.
Remnants of the familia more
The Killing is settling into its normal rhythm of slow police work peppered with cliffhangers, but this episode didn't have the character work that's necessary to fill things out. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/the-killing-seventeen-review-parental-i more