As surprised as we were to hear that AMC and Netflix would grant 'The Killing' a third season after all, we were even more taken aback to learn that respected character actor Peter Sarsgaard had signed on for an important convicted killer role in the new episodes beginning June 2. Now, we've gotten our first look at Sarsgaard's enigmatic Ray Seward, but what killer secrets is he hiding about Holder and Linden's new case?
Though we've yet to see much in the way of a real trailer, 'The Killing' will finally premiere its eagerly anticipated third season on June 2, washing away the distaste of the Rosie Larsen case with an all-new crime spree for Detectives Linden and Holder to tackle. The first poster of the new season has made its way online, and as you'll see, 'The Killing' is no longer singular. Get a sneak peek of 'The Killing' season 3 inside!
Even with the flurry of activity at AMC over the past few days, we haven't forgotten about the upcoming June 2 premiere of 'The Killing' season 3, rescued from cancellation by a joint deal between AMC and Netflix. The all-new season will see Holder and Linden reunited for a new case with ties to Linden's past, but would you like to see a first look at the new episodes? See 'The Killing's' detectives back in action for season 3 inside!
With all eyes on AMC last night for the big 'Walking Dead' season 3 finale "Welcome to the Tombs," the cable network trotted out a number of promos for its upcoming premieres, including next week's 'Mad Men' debut and upcoming summer thriller 'Low Winter Sun.' Perhaps most exciting of all, though, was a first look into 'The Killing' season 3 and its all-new case, while AMC did its best to make us forget they originally cancelled the Seattle murder mystery. Now that bygones are bygones, get a first look at 'The Killing' season 3 inside!
HBO's 'True Blood' isn't the only series making noise about its upcoming premiere, as AMC's once-cancelled murder-mystery drama 'The Killing' has officially set its own third season premiere, two weeks ahead of the game. The all-new season with returning characters Detective Sarah Linden ('World War Z's Mireille Enos) and Detective Stephen Holder ('RoboCop's Joel Kinnaman) will premiere on Sunday, June 2 with a two-hour installment, but will the new season make up for grievances against the first two? Find out all there is to know inside!
A few weeks ago we heard through the grapevine that 'Boardwalk Empire' season 4 had in mind to cast the recurring role of legendary FBI director J. Edgar Hoover, whose department came into prominence the very year that season 4 will move Nucky Thompson and co. into. Now, word has broken that 'The Killing's killer Eric Ladin has landed the role of the famed historical figure, but how big will the character's appearance be?
Months ago, we were surprised (if somewhat skeptical) to hear that AMC's murder-mystery drama 'The Killing' had been pulled off the scrap heap, and begun working toward a third season to be co-financed by Netflix. When AMC officially announced 'The Killing' season 3, however, Netflix recieved nary a mention, so how will the streaming service be involved? New details on where to see 'The Killing' season 3 early on Netflix inside!
We're still surprised AMC decided to revive controversial murder-mystery 'The Killing' for a third season at all, let alone that the Seattle-based drama has continued to add so many new regulars to the season. Following the major casting of Peter Sarsgaard as the season's villain and numerous other series regulars, 'The Killing' has now added 'Battlestar Galactica' vet Aaron Douglas and 'Flashpoint' star Hugh Dillon into the mix as a series regular, but who will the new 'Killing' season 3 stars play?
AMC drama 'The Killing's surprising and eagerly-anticipated third season may have made its highest profile casting to date with last week's acquisition of Peter Saarsgard, but the controversial murder-mystery procedural isn't done with its announcements just yet. 'Harry's Law' and 'True Blood' star Johnny Ray Gill is the latest to join 'The Killing' season 3 as a series regular, but will the new season be able to undo some of the mistakes of its predecessors?