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'The Killing' finale preview: Linden zeroes in

The final scene of "The Killing" last week presented a very, very strong hint as to who Rosie Larsen's killer is. So strong that we're almost disinclined to go with it.That may be us overthinking things a little bit based on a lifetime of watching crime shows and movies. Linden (Mireille Enos), however, is certainly running with the new lead in the above clip from Sunday's (June 19) season finale. In light of what she discovered at Richmond's (Billy Campbell) apartment last week, Linden is reviewing the evidence in the Larsen case, while Holder (Joel Kinnaman) stands in for us and wonders if it all really fits.Also in the episode, Stan (Brent Sexton) and Mitch (Michelle Forbes) attempt to deal with the state of their marriage after Stan is bailed out of jail, and we will (presumably) find out who did, in fact, kill Rosie Larsen.What do you think? Is Linden's new theory right, or... //

Joel Kinnaman Reflects on The Killing's First Season and Teases Season 2

Over the last 11 weeks, viewers of AMC's The Killing have been endlessly theorizing about the identity of Rosie Larsen's murderer. But one of the season's most intriguing mysteries has been the true intentions of new homicide detective Stephen Holder, the breakout performance for 31-year-old Swedish actor Joel Kinnaman. TV Guide Magazine spoke to Kinnaman about the success of the first season, working in all that rain and what he hopes to explore in Season 2. //

Top Moments: Game of Thrones Comes to a Head and Introducing MC NPH

Our top moments of the week: 12. Tell It Like It Is Award:   Ice-T   and his voluptuous wife   Coco   compare their Twitter follower counts on   Ice Loves Coco . It's no contest — she's more than 100,000 followers ahead, which she attributes to her upbeat tone. "My conversations are always positive and happy," she says. "You're a little more hardcore. I think that has something to do with it." Ice's understated reply tells the real story: "You have 270,000 people looking at your pictures because you look good in pictures." 11.   Most Hypocritical:   On   The Glades , Callie gives Jim a piece of her mind for not telling her about Sam, his ex-partner and ex-girlfriend from the Windy City. "I get that we have people in our past. It's just — you never bothered to mention her to me?" she says. Well, Cal, have you told your estranged husband that you're hooking up with Jim? You know, the guy with whom you've agreed to postpone a divorce? 10. Slipperiest Slope:   After working so hard to beat his gambling addiction on   Men of a Certain Age , Joe unfortunately slips right back into his bad habits when he takes a bet for Manfro's bookie business. True, he's not technically betting himself, but the look of euphoria on his face has us worried for what comes next. Read More... //

'The Killing's' dead girl: The actress who plays Rosie Larsen talks about her murder

Despite the ubiquitous posters with her face on them, it usually takes a while before Katie Findlay is recognized. //,0,4486723.storylink

Who Will Return for Season Two of The Killing?

The Killing will conclude its first - sometimes slow, sometimes riveting - first season on Sunday. What will go down on "Orpheus Descending?" Return to TV Fanatic after the episode airs for a review of the answer. Meanwhile, AMC has picked up the drama for a second season, causing fans to wonder which regular will return. At the moment, Michael Ausiello confirms that both Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman (above) will be back as detectives Linden and Holder, respectively. Also, Jamie Anne Allman - who portrays Mitch's sister, Terry - will play a key role, making it clear the action will remain in Seattle and the Larsens will, somehow, still be involved. //

AMC Renews THE KILLING For Season 2

With just one week until THE KILLING season finale, at least one unresolved question has finally been answered: the series will be returning to AMC for a second season. Are you excited we’ll get more of THE KILLING? Given that next season will focus on a different case, who are you hoping sticks around? Follow [...] //

The Killing Season Finale Clip: How Will It End?

The Killing set the stage for a dramatic finale last night. How will the AMC series bid farewell for at least a few months (it hasn't been picked up for a second season yet)? Via the episode "Orpheus Descending," which focuses on the identification of identification, as well as the relationship between Mitch and Stan. Get a sneak peek at the installment now: //

'The Killing' preview: Mitch vents her anger

After last week's character-driven detour, "The Killing" looks like it's getting back to the details surrounding Rosie Larsen's murder in the penultimate episode of the season.In the preview of Sunday's (June 12) episode below, Mitch (Michelle Forbes) inadvertently gets some unwelcome information about her husband, Stan (Brent Sexton). It comes in the midst of an episode in which she also learns things about Rosie that she  never knew, so you can imagine she's not in the best state of mind.Unfortunately for Belko Royce (Brendan Sexton III), he happens to be close by when Mitch lets out some of her frustrations. On the investigation side of things Sunday, the detectives find a connection between Rosie and a sketchy website that could lead them closer to the killer."The Killing" airs at 10 p.m. ET Sunday on AMC. You can follow the show on  Twitter and Facebook, and catch up with every episode for free at Here's... //

The Killing Clip: About That Photo...

The action has slowed down considerably on The Killing . This week's episode was evidence of that. But there's action-based hope on the horizon, as a photo of Rosie and her connection to a suspicious website will play a vital role on Sunday's new installment, "Beau Soleil." Elsewhere, Mitch learns a few secrets about her daughter. Check out a clip from the upcoming hour now: //

Mireille Enos is Killing It!

The Franco-American actress — previously best known for her dual role on Big Love — has pulled off a star-making turn as Seattle detective Sarah Linden on AMC's hypnotic mystery. Even though this week's episode, "Missing," was essentially a time-killer, as Linden and her ex-meth-head partner Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman) took a time out from investigating the Rosie Larsen murder to search for her missing teenage son, Enos didn't hit a false note. Read More... //