'The Killing' is still very much alive and kicking over at AMC, where the cast for the upcoming third season continues to grow. Peter Sarsgaard is the latest name to join that list.
Earlier today the news broke that the miraculously-revived 'The Killing' season 3 will bring in a new partner for Detective Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman), but it seems the salvaged AMC series wasn't quite done for the day. Now, BBC America's 'The Hour' star Max Fowler has joined the cast of the upcoming season as a series regular, but how will he pertain to the new case? What dark corners will Seattle's crime scene bring detectives Holder and Linden to this time around?
Fans of AMC's 'The Killing' are still reeling from the recent announcement that the network had decided to resurrect the series for a third season after all, particularly one with a brand-new case that finally moved away from the Rosie Larsen murder. We've heard a bit about the shift in setting for season 3, and the new case going forward, but who might Detective Holder (Joel Kinnaman) find himself partnered with when the series returns this summer? New details from 'The Killing' season 3 inside!
As surprised as we were to learn that AMC would officially pull controversial murder-mystery drama 'The Killing' off the scrap heap for a third season, we knew that a third year would likely feature new cast members outside of the Larsen clan, focusing on an all-new mystery. To that end, 'The Killing' season 3 has made its first major casting outside of returning leads Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman in 'The Sopranos' star Elias Koteas. Find out who the latest 'Killing' season 3 cast member plays inside!
Though the rumors and vague confirmations of 'The Killing' season 3 have been swirling for months, now Detectives Linden (Mireille Enos) and Holder (Joel Kinnaman) can officially get back to work. AMC and FOX TV studios have officially announced the murder-mystery drama's season 3 return, though without any mention of Netflix's supposed involvement. The press release for 'The Killing' season 3 also gives new details of Holder and Linden's next case, so check out 'The Killing' season 3 scoop inside!
'The Killing's third season remains somewhat shrouded in mystery, and not the Rosie Larsen type of mystery that drove viewers into a lake over two seasons. Neither AMC nor Netflix have issued an official statement on their involvement in the once-cancelled series, and neither series stars Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman have publicly signed on, but that won't stop season 3 production from commencing next month! Find out what new characters will join 'The Killing' season 3 inside!
A few weeks ago we were surprised to learn that AMC would indeed return Veena Sud's murder-mystery drama 'The Killing' for a third season, having previously passed on the opportunity. Now, with Netflix splitting the costs and a likely summer airdate, all eyes are on 'The Killing's cast to see who from the first two seasons will return. Holder and Linden themselves, Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos are expected, but can the same be said of Billy Campbell, Michelle Forbes and Brent Sexton? Answers inside!
A few weeks ago we heard that 'The Killing' might be due for a resurrection, as Fox TV studios was nearing a deal between both AMC and Netflix that would see Detectives Linden and Holder returning to the Seatle crime beat once more, despite AMC's earlier passing on a third season. Now, new developments have all-but-guaranteed 'The Killing' will indeed return, but will the same cast be present? What story would 'The Killing' season 3 follow?
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?