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AMC Will Not Be Renewing The Killing for a Fourth Season

tk3-linden-holder-2-325 AMC will not be renewing The Killing for a fourth season. The third season of The Killing premiered on AMC on Jun. 2, 2013 and was produced by Fox Television Studios.

Following is a statement on behalf of the network:

“We have made the difficult decision not to move forward with a fourth season of The Killing. We want to thank our great partners at Fox Television Studios, creator Veena Sud, an extraordinary cast and the dedicated fans who watched.”

 

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Mireille Enos Film to Debut at Toronto Film Festival; Elias Koteas Books New TV Series

the-killing-holder-linden-ep311-325This week, a film starring Mireille Enos will debut at the Toronto International Film Festival, while Elias Koteas books a TV role. Plus, Enos talks about working on The Killing shortly after giving birth. Read on for more:

Entertainment Weekly has first-look photos of Devil’s Knot, which co-stars Mireille Enos and premieres at this month’s Toronto International Film Festival.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Elias Koteas has been tapped to join NBC’s Chicago PD as a series regular.

Ahead of The Killing’s debut on India’s FX channel, Mireille Enos speaks to Business Standard about the challenges of shooting the show just after giving birth to her daughter.

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THR Names Bex Taylor-Klaus “Next Big Thing”; Peter Sarsgaard Film Heads to Venice

the-killing-ep10-holder-linden-325This week, The Hollywood Reporter names Bex Taylor-Klaus the “next big thing.” Plus, films starring Peter Sarsgaard and Amy Seimetz head to the Venice Film Festival. Read on for more:

The Hollywood Reporter anoints Bex Taylor-Klaus the “Next Big Thing” on the strength of the “widespread acclaim” she earned for playing Bullet. [No Link]

France 24 reports that Night Moves, a film starring Peter Sarsgaard, will also be screened at the Venice Film Festival this week.

• According to Entertainment Weekly, The Sacrament, featuring Amy Seimetz, will debut at the Venice Film Festival next week.

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Bex Taylor-Klaus Books TV Role; Gregg Henry Joins Guardians of the Galaxy

episode-5-stephen-bullet-sarah-325This week, Bex Taylor-Klaus books a TV role. Plus, Gregg Henry joins Guardians of the Galaxy. Read on for more:

The Hollywood Reporter says Bex Taylor-Klaus has been cast in Season 2 of the CW’s Arrow.

• According to /film, Gregg Henry is joining the cast of James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy, which will also feature The Walking Dead’s Michael Rooker.

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TV.com Applauds The Killing; Mireille Enos Impresses Toronto Sun

the-killing-linden-holder-car-325.jpgThis week, TV.com applauds The Killing, while Mireille Enos impresses the Toronto Sun. Plus, Seriable takes a closer look at Season 3. Read on for more:

According to TV.com, one of the “awesome” things about TV last week was The Killing, which “rebooted itself nicely in Season 3.”

Mireille Enos — who “thrives as sweater-wearing, chain-smoking Seattle detective Sarah Linden” — is one of the Toronto Sun’s top female performers this summer.

Seriable examines “how many plot relevant mysteries were solved along the way and how many unanswered questions were left to hang” in Season 3.
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Mireille Enos Chats With THR, EW; THR Notes Increase in Season 3 Finale Ratings

the-killing-holder-linden-ep311-325This week, Mireille Enos chats with The Hollywood Reporter and Entertainment Weekly, while the Season 3 finale ratings were up from the Season 2 finale. Plus, CarterMatt.com makes the case for a Season 4. Read on for more:

The Hollywood Reporter speaks with Mireille Enos, who says, “It would be so wonderful, after everything, to find Sarah ultimately in a place of peace, but I don’t know what that road looks like.”

Mireille Enos talks to Entertainment Weekly about Linden and Holder possibly keeping her shooting of Skinner a secret: “If they cover it up together and have this shared secret, I imagine it would drive a major wedge in their friendship.”

According to The Hollywood Reporter, The Killing’s ratings over the past two seasons have been “remarkably steady,” with the Season 3 finale notching 100,000 more viewers than the Season 2 finale.

CarterMatt.com — which calls Season 3 “a great collection of quality episodes featuring quality guest stars” — lists four reasons to renew The Killing for a Season 4.
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NY Times Interviews Mireille Enos; Peter Sarsgaard Explains Ray Seward to Vanity Fair

the-killing-ep310-seward-sarsgaard-325This week, The New York Times interviews Mireille Enos, while Peter Sarsgaard explains Ray Seward to Vanity Fair. Plus, Joel Kinnaman is TVLine’s performer of the week. Read on for more:

The New York Times’ Q&A with Mireille Enos reveals that shooting Season 3 was “more affecting” for her because of the new case’s serial killer angle.

Peter Sarsgaard, talking to Vanity Fair, calls Ray Seward “a fantastic part. I didn’t really care that he was a guy who I wouldn’t want dating my daughter.”

TVLine names Joel Kinnaman the Performer of the Week, citing the actor’s “riveting work” in this season’s “Reckoning.”

BuzzFeed — calling “Six Minutes” a “remarkable, devastating episode” — chats with Peter Sarsgaard and Veena Sud (who talks about deciding what Ray’s last words would be).
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Slate Calls The Killing High-Quality TV; Joel Kinnaman Visits Comic-Con

the-killing-ep10-holder-linden-325This week, Slate calls The Killing “high-quality” TV, while Joel Kinnaman visits Comic-Con. Plus, Peter Sarsgaard shares the acting ritual he does to get into character with Conan O’Brien. Read on for more:

Citing The Killing’s “strange and damaged” Sarah Linden, Slate discusses the proliferation of high-quality TV shows about women.

• Joel Kinnaman went to Comic-Con for the RoboCop panel. Ahead of the panel, Kinnaman spoke with The Huffington Post, IGN and other reporters, including Screen Rant. The panel was covered by Cinema Blend, Entertainment Weekly, Geeks of Doom, Screen Crush and Zap2it.

On Conan, Peter Sarsgaard shares his “creepy” ritual that he does to get into character for The Killing.

Ben Cotton (Pastor Mike) tells the Calgary Herald that everyone involved with The Killing “was coming from a place of compassion for what is happening with the story.”

 • For recaps and reviews of Season 3, Episode 9, “Reckoning,” check out AfterEllen, CarterMatt.com, Celeb Dirty Laundry, Entertainment Weekly, HitFix, the Los Angeles Times, ScreenCrush, TVLine, TV Overmind, Uinterview and We Got This Covered.

 

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Vanity Fair Praises The Killing; Stephen Holder Is Esquire‘s Favorite

TK_308_holder-325This week, Vanity Fair praises The Killing, and Stephen Holder is Esquire‘s favorite TV character. Plus, Joel Kinnaman chats with The Huffington Post. Read on for more:

Vanity Fair‘s positive review applauds The Killing for casting “a visual-aural spell, and I’m finding the trance strengthening as the season goes on.”

Esquire calls Joel Kinnaman’s Stephen Holder “my favorite character in all of television right now.”

Speaking with The Huffington Post, Joel Kinnaman discloses he didn’t know The Killing was a remake, saying, “We’re leaving the Danish show behind. I really feel we’re coming into our own now.”

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Mireille Enos Chats With Jimmy Fallon; Joel Kinnaman Goes to Comic-Con for RoboCop

the-killing-ep-7-linden-holder-325This week, Mireille Enos visits Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, while Joel Kinnaman is set to visit Comic-Con next week as part of the RoboCop panel. Plus, Hugh Dillon speaks with The Hollywood Reporter and Zap2it about The Killing. Read on for more:

• Mireille Enos sits down with Jimmy Fallon and talks about the scariest movie she’s ever seen, her summer vacation and Peter Sarsgaard (who’s so good he’s “off the charts”).

• TheWrap reports that fans of Joel Kinnaman can catch him on July 19 at the Comic-Con panel for RoboCop.

• Hugh Dillon tells The Hollywood Reporter that the scenes between his character, Becker, and Peter Sarsgaard’s Ray Seward are “a dark duel. It’s the antagonist’s antagonist.”

 

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