[WARNING: The following story contains mild spoilers from the Season 3 premiere of AMC's The Killing. Read at your own risk.]
AMC's The Killing is back from the dead, but did the rain-soaked crime drama learn anything from the mistakes that sent it to an early grave in the first place?
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To recap: After debuting to much fanfare two years ago, The Killing seemingly squandered its promise — it was to re-invent the stale crime procedural genre with a deeper, character-driven exploration of a single case — by introducing numerous (and often senseless) red herrings that kept the show's not-quite-three-dimensional heroes chasing their tails....
Peter Sarsgaard has been cast as the new villain in AMC's The Killing, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Sarsgaard will play a Death Row inmate who's been in and out of jail since he was a kid. He joins series regulars Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman, as well as new cast members Max Fowler and Elias Koteas.
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