‘The Killing‘ season 3 had us on the edge of our seats with last week's tension-driving "Try," but Linden (Mireille Enos) and Holder (Joel Kinnaman) have hit another wall in their search for the killer, and a "Reckoning" for the elusive pornographer may soon be at hand. Sunday’s all-new episode will see Holder facing a horrifying revelation, and we’ve got some exclusive photos from the next installment!
'The Killing' returns with another new episode tonight, in which Linden goes for a lengthy car ride, Bullet betrays Holder's trust, and Seward still holds out for hope that he can prove himself innocent before his march to the gallows. "Try" is yet another in a series of strong episodes for season 3 of the show, but despite the title, the episode seems effortless in its effectiveness.
"Nobody misses them or goes looking for them. They're the throwaways of the world," says Pastor Mike (aptly) of the murdered teen girls on tonight's new episode of 'The Killing.' "That's what the killer's thinking too," responds Holder, and his suspicions about Pastor Mike may be all too founded.
‘The Killing‘ season 3 has thrown another curveball with a new victim for detectives Linden (Mireille Enos) and Holder (Joel Kinnaman) to investigate, but their entry into "Eminent Domain" may not yield all the answers yet. Sunday’s all-new episode will see the two inching ever closer to uncovering Kallie Leeds’ disappearance, and we’ve got some exclusive photos from the next installment!
'The Killing' season 3 has officially drawn Detective Linden (Mireille Enos) back to the force, but it will take a few "Head Shots" before she works a case with Holder (Joel Kinnaman) again. Sunday's all-new episode will see the two pursuing leads together to investigate Kallie Leeds' disappearance, while Tom Seward (Peter Sarsgaard) considers cooperation, and we've got exclusive photos from the next installment!
Against all odds, AMC's rain-soaked murder-mystery drama 'The Killing' returned this past Sunday for a third season, in a premiere admittedly overshadowed by a somewhat disquieting 'Game of Thrones' episode. And while reception to the revived AMC procedural may prove mixed, how would you like to watch 'The Killing's two-hour premiere "The Jungle / That You Fear the Most" right now?