Against all odds, the twice-canceled AMC drama The Killing is getting a reprieve from Netflix, which will stream a six-episode fourth and final season.
After being widely criticized for dragging out the answer to who killed Rosie Larsen, the producer of AMC's The Killing promises to solve the new mystery before the end of Season 3.
AMC and Netflix are close to a deal to bring the crime drama The Killing back for a third season. It would likely begin production in February.
Netflix and DirecTV have begun talks with Fox Television Studios to pick up the third season of The Killing, the canceled AMC drama that provided breakout roles for stars Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman,
Sunday's second-season premiere of Game of Thrones averaged 3.9 million viewers in its first airing Sunday night, a 74-percent increase from last year's series debut.
In just a few days, it'll be April (I feel like I should add a "No fooling!" pun here, but I also feel as if you'll all be sick enough of April Fool's jokes before too long, so maybe I should pass), and as ever an all-new month means a new round of TV premieres to treasure. Here are five of the best.
AMC has released a poster and 30-second television spot for the second season of The Killing, which kicks off Sunday, April 1 with a two-hour premiere.
After sparking a controversy with the last-minute twist in the Season 1 finale of The Killing, showrunner Veena Sud makes it clear the AMC drama won't reveal the identity of Rosie Larsen's murderer until the end of the second season.
The cable network decided not to move forward with six pilots but will instead redevelop two of the projects, a grounded sci-fi drama and a racing series. There's also indication that the critically acclaimed murder mystery The Killing is heading toward a second-season renewal.
Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman, stars of the AMC crime drama, have landed parts in the post-apocalyptic horror movie World War Z and the thriller Safe House, respectively.
AMC has debuted a four-minute trailer for The Killing, which ties together three distinct stories centered around the murder of a young girl. The 13-episode first season premieres on April 3.
The cable network will kick off a marathon of The Walking Dead's six-episode first season Friday at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The evening will include exclusive interviews with Frank Darabont, Gale Anne Hurd, Robert Kirkman, and Greg Nicotero, and a preview of AMC's upcoming crime drama The Killing.