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'The Killing' sneak peek: Linden meets the FBI

Say this for "The Killing": The identity of Rosie Larsen's murderer may still be murky, but the show is playing it pretty straight with viewers in terms of answering other questions.Last week's episode, for instance, ended with Linden (Mireille Enos) and Holder (Joel Kinnaman) being tackled by a team of FBI agents as they were following a lead in the Larsen case. Where other shows might drag out the "why" of that for a while, "The Killing" wastes little time in answering, as you can see in the clip below from Sunday's (May 15) episode, "Stonewalled."Linden and Lt. Oakes (Garry Chalk) meet with the bureau to share information on their respective investigations, and it seems that the FBI was also keeping an eye on the mosque Linden and Holder visited last week. The FBI also wonders whether Rosie might have had any ties to the mosque. Linden is doubtful, but now that's yet another avenue... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/05/the-killing-sneak-peek-linden-meets-the-fbi.html

THE KILLING “Vengeance” Episode 7 - Preview

The plot thickens in this latest episode of  The Killing  “Vengeance”. Every week, I keep switching suspects. I am so fickle. I bet at the end, it would turn out to be something completely silly…or awesome (fingers crossed). Episode Synopsis : The police  learn more about Rosie’s whereabouts the night of her death. Richmond deals with a negative ad that threatens to derail his campaign  while Mitch starts doubting the policeinvestigation. Read More... http://www.daemonstv.com/2011/05/08/the-killing-vengeance-episode-7/

The Killing's Mireille Enos: Arresting Beauty

Some crime shows pull you in with gunplay and explosions, others with snappy dialogue between bantering buddies. On The Killing , AMC's compelling new mystery, it's the faces that hook you. Whether they're despairing, full of rage, menacing or intensely haunting as in the case of Sarah Linden, played by the superb Mireille Enos — just try to turn away. With a quiet authority and obsessive dedication to the job, Detective Linden is perhaps the most multilayered and intriguing female cop since Helen Mirren's Jane Tennison on Prime Suspect . The demanding role was exceedingly difficult to cast. "A mild panic had set in about ever finding the right actress," recalls exec producer Veena Sud... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Killing-Mireille-Enos-1032757.aspx?rss=breakingnews

'The Killing' preview: Tension rises after Rosie's funeral

The detectives on "The Killing" haven't found Stan Larsen yet -- and that makes for some uncomfortable moments in Sunday's (May 8) episode.In the tense clip up above, Holder (Joel Kinnaman) tries to get Mitch (Michelle Forbes) to tell him where Stan (Brent Sexton) and Bennet (Brandon Jay McLaren) have gone. Considering it's just hours after her daughter's funeral, Mitch isn't exactly up for being interrogated.Holder then turns his attention to Stan's friend Belko (Brendan Sexton III) -- and probably with good reason. We know from a couple episodes back that Belko was likely tied up with Stan in the Polish mob some years back, and he also slyly grabs Bennet's ringing phone from the table without Holder noticing. It's a pretty finely crafted scene -- and now that the show has reached the halfway point of its season, the sense of urgency is starting to pick up."The Killing" airs at 10 p.m. ET Sunday... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2011/05/the-killing-preview-tension-rises-after-rosies-funeral.html
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