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The Killing's Mireille Enos: Arresting Beauty

Some crime shows pull you in with gunplay and explosions, others with snappy dialogue between bantering buddies. On The Killing, AMC's compelling new mystery, it's the faces that hook you. Whether they're despairing, full of rage, menacing or intensely haunting as in the case of Sarah Linden, played by the superb Mireille Enos — just try to turn away.

With a quiet authority and obsessive dedication to the job, Detective Linden is perhaps the most multilayered and intriguing female cop since Helen Mirren's Jane Tennison on Prime Suspect. The demanding role was exceedingly difficult to cast. "A mild panic had set in about ever finding the right actress," recalls exec producer Veena Sud...
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Season 2, Episode 16
Sebastian races to catch escaped convict Wayne Callison, a killer who has vowed to seek revenge on Sebastian.

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Season 2, Episode 15
Sebastian tries to get to the bottom of who murdered an aspiring young singer and discovers that several people may have wanted her dead. Meanwhile, Danny makes the mistake of sleeping with a witness who turns out to be a possible suspect.

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Season 2, Episode 14
After being disbarred in California, Sebastian's Las Vegas gambling spell is soon sidelined by a notoriously crooked casino owner and former client who convinces Sebastian to make use of his Nevada law license to defend him in a murder trial.

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Season 2, Episode 13
Sebastian builds a case against an underworld kingpin as part of a covert deal initiated by the State Attorney General's office that could save Sebastian from being disbarred for having covered up the murderous act of a client in 1996.

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The Killing's Mireille Enos: Arresting Beauty

Some crime shows pull you in with gunplay and explosions, others with snappy dialogue between bantering buddies. On The Killing, AMC's compelling new mystery, it's the faces that hook you. Whether they're despairing, full of rage, menacing or intensely haunting as in the case of Sarah Linden, played by the superb Mireille Enos — just try to turn away.

With a quiet authority and obsessive dedication to the job, Detective Linden is perhaps the most multilayered and intriguing female cop since Helen Mirren's Jane Tennison on Prime Suspect. The demanding role was exceedingly difficult to cast. "A mild panic had set in about ever finding the right actress," recalls exec producer Veena Sud...
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Keck's Exclusives: Law & Order: Los Angeles Goes Hollywood For First Case

Now that NBC has assembled the cast of Law & Order: Los Angeles, you might be curious about the team's first case. Series creator Dick Wolf promised he wouldn't shy away from stories based on real Tinseltown scandals, and is following up on that by titling his first episode "Hollywood... read more

Shaun Sipos Headed to Life Unexpected

Melrose Place alum Shaun Sipos has been cast on Life Unexpected, a show spokeswoman confirms.

As first reported by Fancast, the 28-year-old actor will... read more

Ratings: Dancing Finale Takes 17 Percent Dip

Tuesday's highlights:• Idol's final Season 7 performance show delivered 26.07 million total viewers, a six percent year-over-year increase.• NCIS drew 16.35 mil to its two-hour season-ender, a week-to-week gain of 11 percent and its biggest audience since Nov. 27.• Dancing with the Stars took a final bow before an audience of 19.94 mil, down 17 percent from the Season 5 finale.• Hell's Kitchen hit a new series high of 12.6 mil.• Reaper (2.69 mil) wrapped up its freshman run with a 690K gain.• Shark took its final swim with 10.55 mil viewers, a 350 thou increase.Related:• Matt Roush reflects on Idol, Dancing• Backstage at Dancing: No Hard Feelings!• Cheers & Jeers jabs at Idol's overdone boxing metaphor read more

It's Official: CBS Renews Christine, Unit and HIMYM

This just in: CBS has renewed TV's funniest traditional sitcom, New Adventures of Old Christine, for a 22-episode fourth season.This is bad news for ABC, which had been aggressively courting Old Christine for months. In fact, I'm told the Alphabet net had a deal in place to pick the show up had CBS passed. In other Eye developments, How I Met Your Mother (lame ep last night, huh?) and The Unit have both officially been renewed, while Shark and Moonlight (don't shoot the messenger!) have been axed. For more on Moonlight's demise, click here. Bookmark our FALL TV GRID | Review All of Our FALL TV NEWS read more

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Premiered: September 21, 2006, on CBS
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: A ruthless L.A. defense attorney becomes a prosecutor who tackles high-profile crimes and teaches a group of young lawyers his cutthroat strategies.

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