Don't worry, Rosie Larsen's murder has still been solved. But where previously it had been all but certain AMC's controversial murder-mystery drama 'The Killing' wouldn't live to see a third season, a new agreement with Netflix could pave the way for Detectives Holder and Linden to return to the Seattle crime beat for another go. So, who would get first crack at the new season, AMC or Netflix?
Norman Bates wasn't really a 'Psycho,' guys. He was just a love-lorn teenager! At least, that's the story A&E will tell in 2013, when its prequel TV series 'Bates Motel' explores the early years of the young 'Psycho' killer, particularly his teen years in high school. Former 'The Killing' star Richard Harmon is the latest to join the cast of the forthcoming series, playing Bates (Freddie Highmore)'s high school rival, but what could have possibly come between them?
No one was particularly surprised when AMC opted not to renew its murder-mystery adaptation 'The Killing,' especially after the series struggled to find half its audience, and alienated the other half by dragging out the murder of Rosie Larsen over two seasons. Predictably, AMC passing on a third season still left home from Fox TV that 'The Killing' might find life on another network, but that's the usual cancellation song and dance. Or is it this time? New forensic evidence might just pull 'The Killing' out of storage!
Well, no real surprise here. After two tepidly received seasons that frustrated viewers and critics alike by dragging out the murder of Rosie Larsen for yet another year, AMC has decided not to move forward with a third season of Veena Sud murder-mystery 'The Killing.' But what does AMC have to say about the news, and is there hope for another network?
Now that we finally know who killed Rosie Larsen, only one true question remains of AMC's 'The Killing.' Most important of all, will we see a third season? The murder that spanned a full two seasons has been thoroughly wrapped up, without much suggestion of a future case, and AMC hasn't said anything yet, so who can we turn to? Series star Joel Kinnaman weighed in recently, and what he had to say might be the most shocking twist of all.
We've finally made it to the finale of 'The Killing,' and we've been promised -- for real this time! -- that we'll get the answer to the question posed at the beginning of season one: Who killed Rosie Larsen? And guess what? We actually find out who killed Rosie Larsen! If you bailed on this show a long time ago, don't worry, we watched for you and bring you all the details...
When AMC's 'The Killing' concluded its first season, fans were outraged that the show didn't wrap up the central mystery that was introduced in the pilot episode: who killed Rosie Larsen? The viewers who stuck with the show were rewarded with an answer during tonight's second season finale. So, if you're one of the people who want to know the identity of the killer and don't want to actually watch the episode (you greedy lot you!), read on…but beware of spoilers!