Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Telemystery: A Third Season of The Killing Announced by AMC

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AMC has confirmed that a third season of The Killing has been ordered. Detectives Linden and Holder — Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman, respectively — will return as will (to our dismay) showrunner Veena Sud. Twelve episodes will be produced and, the network clearly and unambiguously states, the murder mystery will be solved within that period of time.

The storyline will pick up about a year after the conclusion of the Rosie Larsen investigation. With Linden presumably walking away from her job at the end of Season 2, we don't know where she's been or what she's been doing, but Holder asks for her help when a current missing persons case seems to be connected to one of her old investigations.

Production is expected to begin next month in Vancouver, though no premiere date was announced.

1 comment:

  1. Oh, boy. I don't get why they're renewing the show unless they attempt a major overhaul. They buried the mystery under so many layers of drama that no one cared anymore. A little extra drama is good, but that show needed an editor.