The Killing News
On next week's episode of The Killing, Sarah questions a suspect's family, while tensions mount between Richmond and Gwen, his campaign advisor.
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The Killing Review: "Super 8"
Detective Linden becomes more caught up in Rosie's case as she and Holder track down a new suspect, her teacher. Meanwhile, Councilman Richmond uncovers the spy in his campaign.
The Killing Promo: "Super 8"
Check out this promo for AMC's next episode of The Killing. "Super 8" airs April 24, 2011.
The Killing Review: A World Full of Secrets
Councilmen Richmond begins to bounce back in his campaign, while Rosie's secrets are slowly revealed to Linden and Holder. Read on for a review.
The Killing Promo: "A Soundless Echo"
Check out a preview for next week's episode of The Killing here. How do you like the new series so far?
The Killing Review: Secrets, Lies and Disguises
Rosie Larsen's highly publicized death causes problems for Councilmen Richmond's campaign. New suspects and witnesses seem to reveal a darker side to Rosie.
View By Two: Facing Off On AMC's The Killing
Two of our critics disagree on if AMC's The Killing hit the mark. Here, we bring their dispute for our readers to share.
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The Killing Episode Preview: "El Diablo"
A sneak peek from next week's episode of The Killing. The show debuted this week. Here's a look at the April 10, 2011 episode ...
The Killing Series Premiere Review: No Ordinary Crime Drama
The pilot episode of "The Killing" introduces us to determined detective Sarah Linden, her unorthodox replacement Stephen Holder, and the victim Rosie Larsen. As the detectives investigate Rosie's disappearance and death, they find some unusual connections to a local politician.
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Mireille Enos Previews The Killing
Mireille Enos anchors The Killing as homicide detective Sarah Linden. She talks about the role and that new series in this new interview.
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AMC Releases Extended Trailer for The Killing
AMC has released a new, extended trailer for The Killing. Will this be the network's next big hit?