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The Killing Story Sync provides fans with a closer look at the evidence and the characters while following along with the case during the premiere broadcast of each episode. Did you miss The Killing Story Sync for Season 3 Episode 4, "Head Shots", or would you like to go back and take a closer look at some of the content? Here are highlights from the latest Sync:
• Search warrant for The Queens Hotel, run by Mama Dips
• Is Reddick a good influence on Holder? Vote in the poll
• Goldie's arrest summary, including his mug shots and his prior arrest report
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The Killing airs Sunday nights at 9/8c on AMC.
Q: Did you spend any time with actual street kids to get into the mindset for Twitch?
A: No, but that would have been amazing. I live in London so... I did a little research into that world and obviously they based a lot of it on the documentary Streetwise. So there are things to go on, which helped understand what these kids go through, what their lives are like.
Q. Was it hard to master an American accent?
A: Growing up in London, we're so exposed to Hollywood and American cinema. Ninety percent of the movies I watched were American, so we're already exposed to the accent. It was definitely something that came quite naturally. I think the biggest thing was getting into more of the street talk, the kind of sharper, street rhythm. To practice, I stayed in the accent for a long time when I got out here. It started as a set thing, and then I spent a bit of time on my own. I didn't have family or friends or my girlfriend out here yet, so I was like, you know what, why not? If I can get it to the point where I'm so comfortable talking to people, then I'll know it's really strong.
Q: Are there experiences from your own life that you drew on to play Twitch?
The Killing Story Sync provides fans with a closer look at the evidence and the characters while following along with the case during the premiere broadcast of each episode. Did you miss The Killing Story Sync for Season 3, Episode 3, or would you like to go back and take a closer look at some of the content? Here are highlights from the latest Sync:
• Crime scene photos from the pond where the 17 bodies were found
• Sarah Linden's application for reinstatement to the Seattle Police Department, signed by Linden and James Skinner
Gregg Henry (Carl Reddick on AMC's The Killing) talks about developing his character, being a seasoned veteran on the set, and his favorite moment from Season 3.
Q: How did you feel about landing the role of a new detective on The Killing?
A: Well, I loved the show when it first came on, and loved the whole second season as well. It was such a bar-setter for a whole new kind of episodic television. I loved the show, and I couldn't tell where it was going to go. I knew some of the writing staff too, so I was excited to get the part.
Q: What was your impression of Reddick when you tried him on for the first time?
A: With Reddick, we had to focus on creating the relationship between Holder and Reddick and telling their history in a few brief scenes to let the audience in on the new shape of Holder's life. Reddick kind of influenced Holder's fashion sense a little bit, and lightened him up a little bit, and gave him a more workaday outlook.
Q: Have you had a similar effect on Joel Kinnaman?
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The Killing airs Sundays at 9/8c on AMC.
The Killing Story Sync provides fans with a closer look at the evidence and the characters while following along with the case during the premiere of each episode on-air. Did you miss The Killing Story Sync for the Season 3 premiere, or would you like to go back and take a closer look at some of the content? Here are highlights from this week's Sync:
• Seattle Police Department Incident Report for the Jane Doe: Victim is later identified as Ashley Kwon
• Ray Seward's Death Warrant: Official document from the Superior Court of the State of Washington
• Bullet's final report card: Last official evaluation before she dropped out of school
• Video from Bullet's smartphone: Bullet, Lyric, and Twitch discuss the best places to panhandle
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The Killing airs Sundays at 9/8c on AMC.