Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman
The Killing may not be dead after all.
Showrunner Veena Sud and executive producers Dawn Prestwich and Nicole Yorkin are reportedly back in the writers' room hammering out story for a third season, according to Variety.
Is AMC resurrecting The Killing?
The Killing, which was axed after two seasons by AMC in July, could return to the cable network as early as...
Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos
The Killing may not actually be dead yet.
Despite canceling the series back in July, AMC might bring back one of its most polarizing shows for a third season, Deadline.com reports.
Aaron Tveit and Daniel Sunjata
This is the true story, of five strangers, picked to live in a house — hold it!
The premise of USA's new series Graceland may sound like a fictional version of The Real World at first, but there's a lot more to uncover about these undercover agents. The upcoming drama from White Collar creator and executive producer Jeff Eastin follows FBI rookie Mike Warren (Gossip Girl's Aaron Tveit) after he is assigned to...
Many shows have fallen victim to the three most cursed words in recent TV history: "the next Lost." Ever since the island drama debuted in 2005, networks have been scrambling to re-create the series' irresistible combination of poignant drama and the bizarre supernatural. Unfortunately, most shows that try to fill those shoes — FlashForward, The Event and Alcatraz, to name three — have floundered within just a season. Does NBC's latest foray into sci-fi mystery genre, Revolution, have what it takes to break the curse?
AMC is having a moment. The network heads into the Emmys with 34 nominations, the most of any basic cable channel, and AMC's best tally ever. Mad Men is on the cusp of making Emmy history, trying for a fifth consecutive outstanding drama trophy. Breaking Bad ended the first half of its final season with some of its best ratings ever, while AMC's top-rated The Walking Dead returns on Oct. 14. With so much going on, AMC president Charlie Collier talked to TV Guide Magazine about his network's fortunes.
Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos
AMC announced last month that it would not be renewing The Killing for a third season, but the series could find new life on Netflix or DirecTV, TVLine reports.
The two outlets are currently in negotiations with Fox Television Studios, which produces The Killing, to pick it up for a third season, according to the report.
AMC will not renew mystery series The Killing, the network announced Friday. But the show may find life elsewhere.
"After much deliberation, we've come to the difficult decision not to renew The Killing for a third season," the network said in a statement. "AMC is incredibly proud of the show and is fortunate to have worked with such a talented team on this project."
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Question: I've been mulling over the ending of The Killing for a week now. Up until the series finale (which is what it should be), I was convinced that the writers hadn't known who the killer would be when they started the series. This was always a pet peeve of mine with soap operas. How can you plot a murder without a murderer? The main problem with this is that the actor playing the murderer doesn't have the background knowledge to act his or her scenes. Though using twice as many episodes as they needed, I could sort of see in the finale how they were setting things up. To truly see if that's the case, I'd have to re-watch the first couple of episodes, which I don't want to do.
The Glass House
CBS may have lost the legal battle (for now), but it's won the ratings war.
ABC's Big Brother-like new series The Glass House opened to a soft 4.18 million viewers and a 1.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic Monday, down 33 percent ...
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the Season 2 finale of The Killing. Read at your own risk.]
In the end, The Killing's final red herring wasn't exactly a red herring. Well, it was, but... let us explain.
Season 2's penultimate episode pretty strongly implicated Jamie Wright (Eric Ladin), the right-hand man of city councilman and mayoral hopeful Darren Richmond (Billy Campbell), in the death of Rosie Larsen. But...