The Killing creator Veena Sud joins cast members Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman for a look at the final season, only on Netflix.
The fourth and final season of this crime drama is set to premiere on August 1st, only on Netflix.
Meet three of the boys from Colonel Margaret Rayne's military academy before the final season of The Killing debuts on Netflix this August.
Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos discover that you can never wash away the past in the final season of The Killing, debuting exclusively on Netflix this summer.
Actress Joan Allen is revealed as Colonel Margaret Rayne, headmaster of an all-boys military academy. The Killing season 4 premieres exclusively on Netflix on August 1.
Relive the brutality of the first three seasons of The Killing on Netflix before all-new Season 4 episodes debuts August 1st at Midnight on the streaming service.
Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman return as Linden and Holder as this drama series shifts to Netflix this summer for its last six episodes.
The network does not plan to move forward with a 4th season after the 3rd season finale only brought in 1.5 million viewers.
Brian Gallagher breaks down the highs and lows of this new season, set one year after the Rosie Larsen case, debuting Sunday, June 2nd.
Go deep inside the making of the most thrilling season yet as The Killing returns to AMC June 2nd with a 2-hour premiere.
Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman are back for another grisly case in this upcoming season, debuting Sunday, June 2nd on AMC.
Linden and Holder reunite one year after the Rosie Larsen case to stop a deadly killer in this new season, debuting Sunday, June 2nd on AMC.
Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman return to solve an all-new case in the latest season of this crime series, debuting Sunday, June 2nd on AMC.
The drama series starring Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman will return with a two-hour premiere episode on AMC.
All-new episodes of the crime drama will be available for Netflix subscribers in the U.S. and Canada 3 months after the season finale on AMC.
The actor will play death-row inmate Tom Seward, whose execution date is creeping close in the new season of AMC's dark crime drama.
The actor will portray the street-savvy teenager Twitch in the new season of AMC's drama series.
The actor will portray Ed Skinner, the former partner of Mireille Enos' Sarah Linden in the new season of this revived AMC series.
Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman are back as Linden and Holder for this AMC series, with production confirmed to begin February 25.
Production is slated to begin February 25 on this AMC crime drama, which is being produced in conjunction with Netflix.