Billy Campbell Talks on The Talk; Variety Calls Season 2 Premiere “Compelling”

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This week, Billy Campbell talks on The Talk and Mireille Enos teases Season 2 to Hollywood.com. Plus, an Executive Producer from Lost speaks on behalf of The Killing‘s storytelling in The Hollywood Reporter.

Billy Campbell visits the ladies of The Talk and talks about how he almost missed out on being cast in The Killing. Campbell also waxes poetic about Vancouver to Postmedia News and counsels patience to the viewers, noting, “accept that Veena [Sud] knows what she’s doing.”

Mireille Enos talks to USA Today about who will be “the biggest champions for the show.” She also suggests to Hollywood.com that “Season One was all about asking all the questions and Season Two is about finding all the answers.”

• In its Season 2 premiere review, Variety says The Killing “remains compelling.”

Zap2it sits down with Joel Kinnaman to talk Season 2 and catches up with Veena Sud, Mireille Enos and Brent Sexton at the screening of the season premiere.

The Associated Press acclaims The Killing Season 2 “as it tracks the spreading scope of what appears less and less to be a simple human tragedy.”

TV Guide reports that the show’s producers have promised that all the fans’ questions will be answered this season while Entertainment Weekly commends the superb actors. (No link.)

Crave Online also caught up on the red carpet with The Killing‘s cast and Veena Sud.

The Associated Press compliments “the superb [Joel] Kinnaman, whose squirrelly, oddly endearing Detective Holder gives The Killing its welcome sparks of comic relief.”

Examiner.com lauds the Season 2 premiere as “tightly written and even more incomparably performed.”

The San Antonio Current calls the Season 2 premiere “rich with twists and dramatic tension — and beyond that, it’s just a pleasure to get reacquainted with Sarah Linden.”

The Hollywood Reporter‘s Tim Goodman includes Mireille Enos (and Mad Men‘s Christina Hendricks) in his list of TV’s hot redheads.

TooFab is impressed by Mireille Enos at this week’s Los Angeles screening of the Season 2 premiere — and has photos of Veena Sud and other cast members.

BuddyTV speaks with Eric Ladin, who tells viewers to expect “a lot of twists and turns” in Season 2.

Toro Magazine interviews Eric Ladin, who talks about TV vs. film: “We’ve reached a point where TV is completely surpassing film.”

Canada’s Postmedia News discusses The Killing with AMC Executive Joel Stillerman, who shares that “Veena Sud has an incredible vision for the season.”

The Philadelphia Inquirer compares The Killing and Forbrydelsen, the Danish series on which it’s based.

The Daily Beast‘s TV critic Tweets that Sofie Grabol, who played Sarah Lund in Forbrydelsen, will make a Season 2 appearance in The Killing.

Joel Kinnaman speaks with MTV, HitFix and Collider.com about his starring role in the RoboCop reboot.

Twitch has a trailer for Snabba Cash II (Easy Money 2) starring Joel Kinnaman.

In The Hollywood Reporter, AMC President Charlie Collier discusses how The Killing fans are eager for show’s return.

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