The first trailer for Netflix's fourth and final iteration of Seattle murder-mystery drama 'The Killing' seemed to turn the focus inward, focusing more on the bloodied hands of Detectives Holder and Linden themselves, while their new case took the backseat. Now, two moody new posters have emerged for the final Netflix season, and Holder and Linden look more dour than ever.
Our beloved rain-soaked Seattle murder-mystery 'The Killing' will pour down a fourth and final season on Netflix this coming August, and from the looks of things, it's detectives Holder (Joel Kinnaman) and Linden (Mireille Enos) who are on the wrong side of the law this time around. Check out the first full trailer for Netflix's debut of 'The Killing' season 4, and find out what the final episodes have in store!
Last week gave us a disciplined new look at 'The Killing''s fourth and final season on Netflix in the form of Joan Allen's military school character, but those seeking Linden herself need only look to the Seattle skyline. The pretty new one-sheet poster for 'The Killing''s last stand (literally!) has arrived, as moody and rain-soaked as ever.
If you're looking to avoid theater crowds and take advantage of that Netflix subscription, July has a whole lot of new stuff to offer, including new original content from the streaming service, like 'Hemlock Grove' season 2 and Netflix's new anime series 'Knights of Sidonia.' Read on for our guide to the best new releases hitting Netflix Instant in July 2014.
Those who have finished binging their way through 'Orange is the New Black' season 2 by now (and if you haven't, get on it) were dismayed to find that some of their favorite characters only put in limited appearances. And while we've overwhelmingly heard of Litchfield ladies upped to series regular, it seems at least one cast member present from the beginning may only put in a minor appearance, if any.
After Marvel's forthcoming Netflix 'Daredevil' series cast its biggest roles in Charlie Cox's Matt Murdock and Vincent D'Onofrio's Kingpin, we were a bit surprised to see Rosario Dawson's unknown character next in line for a big reveal. Now, our new Foggy Nelson has at last been found, courtesy of 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay' star Elden Henson!
We weren't altogether surprised to learn that 'The Killing' would likely breathe its last with the forthcoming final season on Netflix, but for a series that has defied the odds of survival at every turn, season 4 doesn't look to be going down without a fight. Get a first look at Joan Allen menacing cadets before Holder and Linden show up, in a brand-new look at 'The Killing' season 4!
What is TV these days? Is it that big hulking flat screen in your living room where you watch awards shows live with commercials? Is it the things that you download from iTunes or stream on Hulu and watch on your phone during your long commute? Is it the latest season of 'Game of Thrones' which you stole from a torrent site and consume in one long evening while eating pie with birds flying out of it? TV is all of these, but TV is certainly not Netflix. Still Netflix is dying to be TV, and that is a huge mistake.
It's been a good long while since we've heard anything on the development of the Wachowski's forthcoming global Netflix drama 'Sense8,' but with shooting set to begin in recent weeks, the world-spanning cast has finally been revealed. The mysterious 'Sense8' will feature 'LOST' star Naveen Andrews, along with Daryl Hannah and 12 others.
We were only mildly surprised when AMC's 'The Killing' escaped yet another cancelation to line up a fourth season on Netflix, though given the reduced episode order, and increasing demand for actors Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos, additional seasons seemed questionable at best. Now, showrunner Veena Sud has spoken out on future episodes beyond 'The Killing' season 4, and what changes the Netflix model has offered for the series.