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"The Killing" returns for one last case this summer, and two new posters promise that stars Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman will be getting their hands dirty -- and bloody. The series, which originally aired on AMC, was picked up by Netflix for a 6 episode final season which picks up right after the season 3 finale. Both haunted by their actions in the previous season, Detectives Linden (Enos) and Holder (Kinnaman) have to investigate a mass murder which left a family dead. The only survivor was teenaged boy Kyle (Tyler Ross), who attends an elite military academy run by Colonel Margaret Rayne (Joan Allen). Kinnaman looks serious: But Enos can play the looking-serious game just as well: The new season also stars Gregg Henry, Sterling Beaumon and Levi Meaden. "The Killing" returns August 1 on Netflix. »
- Dave Lewis
The Killing is coming back this August after being cancelled by AMC, brought back by AMC, cancelled again, and then given another lease on life by Netflix for a fourth and presumably final season.
The first The Killing Season 4 trailer brings back Linden and Holder for what looks to be their most difficult case yet. At least it will be their quickest as this fourth and final season is only six episodes long.
There's been a mass killing of a family with the only survivor being a boy who attends an all-boys academy. While they investigate this case, someone goes missing within the Seattle Police Department.
Watch The Killing Season 4 trailer below, and then bing every new episode on Netflix beginning August 1. »
Netflix has released new information about the upcoming fourth and final season of The Killing.
The fourth and final season of The Killing picks up right after the season 3 finale. As Detective Linden (Mireille Enos) and Detective Holder (Joel Kinnaman) struggle to manage the fallout from their rash actions at the end of last season, they are assigned a new case -- a picture perfect family is murdered, survived only by the son, Kyle Stansbury (Tyler Ross), who was shot in the head during the massacre. Joan Allen guest stars this season as Colonel Margaret Rayne, the headmaster of the all-boys military academy where Kyle attends. The new season also stars Gregg Henry, Sterling Beaumon and Levi Meaden.
The Killing Season 4 Trailer. Netflix‘s The Killing: Season 4 TV show trailer stars Joan Allen, Matthew Kevin Anderson, Sterling Beaumon, Jordan Burtchett, and Vincent Cole. The Killing: Season 4′s plot synopsis: “The new season picks up after the end of Season 3 with Linden and Holder trying [...]
Continue reading: The Killing: Season 4 TV Show Trailer: Cop Drama Returns on Netflix »
- Rollo Tomasi
The fourth and final season of The Killing is set to premiere on Netflix, and today we bring you a trailer for the murder mystery series. I really like the series, and I'm so happy that Netflix saved the show and brought it back to finish the story that the creators set out to tell.
The final season of the show picks up right after the Season 3 finale.
"As Detective Linden (Mireille Enos) and Detective Holder (Joel Kinnaman) struggle to manage the fallout from their rash actions at the end of last season, they are assigned a new case -- a picture perfect family is murdered, survived only by the son, Kyle Stansbury (Tyler Ross), who was shot in the head during the massacre. Joan Allen guest stars this season as Colonel Margaret Rayne, the headmaster of the all-boys military academy where Kyle attends."
The full season will be available »
- Joey Paur
The Killing has had a tough go of it over the course of its four seasons. The AMC crime drama was cancelled after its second season, but was eventually picked up again after some negotiating with other networks like Netflix. The third season aired on AMC, but the show was then cancelled again, before promptly being picked up by Netflix for a fourth and final season.
The fourth season may only consist of six episodes, but judging by this new, intense trailer, that doesn’t mean it’s going to suffer. Check out the trailer here:
Detectives Sarah Linden (World War Z‘s Mireille Enos) and Stephen Holder (Robocop‘s Joel Kinnaman) return to investigate the murder of a family whose only survivor is a member of an all-boys military academy, while dealing with covering up a mysterious disappearance within their own Seattle Police Department.
The show will be available »
- James Garcia
In this trailer for the upcoming final season of the show, Linden and Holder still look appropriately morose, and both the regular rain and the blood rain seem sadder than traditional precipitation. The bathtub seems sad. The kid with the black eye seems sad. It's The Killing. Everyone is very sad. Joan Allen plays the head of a military school where one of the students appears to be involved in a murder; it would seem like a real waste of Joan Allen to have her not be a part of the crime, so consider this your early prediction is that Joan Allen is the murderer. The Killing's six-episode fourth season premieres on Netflix August 1. Prepare to be sad. »
- Margaret Lyons
When The Killing wrapped its third season, Det. Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos) put herself and her partner Holder (Joel Kinnaman) in a compromising, life-altering dilemma after she gunned down their boss—not to mention Linden’s former lover—Skinner, who just happened to be a serial killer.
At the opening of the series’ fourth and final season, the partners face the immediate aftermath of Linden’s impulsive decision. “I can only imagine it will be very hard on the relationship,” Enos told EW after the season-three finale. “There’s nothing more toxic than a secret. If they cover it up »
- Lanford Beard
Somewhat impossibly, Netflix has released the first The Killing season 4 trailer as well as a new poster. The crime drama debuted on AMC in 2011 to solid reviews and ratings, but fans turned on the series when the story was stretched thin and the central mystery wasn’t solved until the end of the second season. The show was cancelled, then AMC changed its mind and moved forward with season three. The ratings continued to decline despite a creative upswing, and AMC subsequently cancelled the series again. Enter Netflix, which then picked up the series for a fourth and final season consisting of six episodes, and we now have our first look at the show’s conclusion. Season four picks up minutes after the season three finale, and sees Detectives Linden (Mireille Enos) and Holder (Joel Kinnaman) dealing with the aftermath of their decision while also working a new murder case involving an all-boys military academy, »
- Adam Chitwood
The fourth and final season of "The Killing" is coming to Netflix on August 1 and, as promised, the first trailer indicates that we're picking things up in the immediate aftermath of the third season finale. It was that third season finale, leaving Mireille Enos's Linden and Joel Kinnaman's Holder in ethical and legal limbo, that spawned sufficient audience concern that, after AMC cancelled "The Killing," led Netflix to step in to order six episodes to cap off the series run. Netflix has been dropping "Killing" first-looks aggressively over the past two weeks. Last week we got the first image from the season, featuring new addition Joan Allen, who plays the headmaster at a military school rocked by a murder involving one of its students. Earlier this week, Netflix presented the first key art for the new season. I didn't have time to write it up on Monday, but here it is. »
- Daniel Fienberg
Netflix has just released the first trailer for The Killing as it enters Season 4 for its final episodes. Watch the first footage as Detective Linden (Mireille Enos) and Detective Holder (Joel Kinnaman) return to answer all the questions as the fourth and final season of The Killing picks up right after the Season 3 finale. As Detective Linden (Mireille Enos) and Detective Holder (Joel Kinnaman) struggle to manage the fallout from their rash actions at the end of last season, they are assigned a new case, a picture perfect family is murdered, survived only by the son, Kyle Stansbury (Tyler Ross), who was shot in the head during the massacre. Joan Allen guest stars this season as Colonel Margaret Rayne, the headmaster of the all-boys military academy where Kyle attends. The new season also stars Gregg Henry, Sterling Beaumon and Levi Meaden.
It all comes down to this: the fourth and »
The killing in the preview for the new season of “The Killing” isn't one that Linden and Holder are trying to solve — it's one they're trying to cover up. The former AMC show is returning for its fourth and final season on Netflix. The preview unveiled Wednesday finds Detectives Linden (Mireille Enos) and Holder (Joel Kinnaman) trying to conceal their Linden's impulsive actions last season. But even as they hide their own crimes, they have to solve the murders of a picture-perfect family. Also read: ‘The Killing’ Season 4 Poster: Linden Considers Her Dreary Options (Photo) Joan Allen guest stars as. »
- Tim Molloy
The Killing‘s new home, Netflix, has released the first trailer for Season 4, and it’s becomes quite clear quite quickly that Linden and Holder have a lot more to deal with this time around than solving a crime.
Photo The Killing Final Season Poster Dredges Up Dark Secret — Plus: Scoop on Linden and Holder’s (Romantic?) Endgame
Picking up right after the events of the Season 3 finale, detectives Linden (played by Mireille Enos) and Holder (Joel Kinnaman) are struggling to manage the fallout from their rash actions at the end of last season when they are assigned a new »
Next month, Netflix will unveil the fourth and final season of The Killing, a gritty police drama which it rescued from AMC in order to give fans closure about the fates of Seattle detectives Linden (Mireille Enos) and Holder (Joel Kinnaman). The first trailer for that six-episode final season has arrived – and the results are quite surprising.
One of the things that turned many viewers off The Killing throughout its AMC run was the slow and deliberate pace, which was only accentuated by the perpetually rainy setting. However, this trailer is veritably cinematic, delivering lots of tense line snippets and a highly suspenseful score. This is definitely a different version of The Killing than we’ve seen before (or at leasta similar version being marketed in a brand new way).
Of course, the fourth season, which finds Linden and Holder dealing with the fallout from their actions at the end »
- Isaac Feldberg
Rosie Larsen is dead, but "The Killing" isn't! The dark crime drama can't stop and won't stop, and this here trailer proves it. "The Killing" has survived being canceled twice, irate fans, and the "RoboCop" remake, only to pop back up on Netflix with a fourth season. This is supposedly the last season, but we'll believe it when we see it.
Without further ado, here's the trailer for the fourth season, which picks up where the third left off. Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos) and Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman) are super stressing after the crime they committed in the third season. Linden is tormented by what they did, and Holder... isn't. Meanwhile, they've got a new crime on their hands to investigate, and it's pretty gnarly.
Kyle Stansbury (Tyler Ross) is the only survivor of the murder of his family, and while he did get shot in the head, well, he's not looking too innocent. »
- Jenni Miller
Linden (Mireille Enos) stares at the Seattle skyline from across the Sound in the first poster released to promote the fourth and final season of detective series “The Killing.” “The Past Can't Be Washed Away” is the season's tagline, referring to the emotional ending of season 3 wherein Linden killed her ex-partner and potential love interest James Skinner (Elias Koteas) after he revealed himself as the latest serial killer Linden and Holder (Joel Kinnaman) were tracking. See photo: Joan Allen Reports for Duty in First Photo From ‘The Killing’ Season 4 But there's no time to rest for the weary detectives, as. »
- Linda Ge
“The Past Can’t Be Washed Away.”
That cryptic tagline — accompanied by an ominous shot of Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos) staring out at a cloud-covered Puget Sound — paints a foreboding and gloomy picture of The Killing‘s fourth and final season on Netflix.
And that’s very much by design, according to series creator Veena Sud.
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“Sometimes you cross a line that you can’t uncross, and that’s what’s happened to Sarah at the end of Season 3,” explains Sud of the show’s »
Detectives Linden (Mireille Enos) and Holder (Joel Kinnaman) take their investigative skills to an elite military school in a new case presented in the fourth season of Veena Sud's “The Killing.” A whole family is massacred, survived only by the son Kyle — who himself was shot in the head during the incident. Kyle is a student at an all-boys military school that becomes the focus of Linden and Holder's investigation into the murder. See video: ‘The Killing’ Reviews Its Chilling Past Before New Season Premiere Joan Allen is guest starring as Col. Margaret Rayne, the headmaster of the school, »
- Linda Ge
One U.S. series remake that has now managed to surpass its European originator in quantity (but not quality) is "The Killing" which has been rescued by Netflix for a fourth and final six-episode season which premieres all at once on the service on August 1st.
Today the first still is out from the new season which deals with a family being murdered, deaths linked to the all-boys military school where the son was attending. Joan Allen guest stars as the school's headmaster Colonel Margaret Rayne. [Source: Netflix]
The actor's German agency indicates that he'll begin filming on 'Thrones' in August and is being listed in the main cast. The actor's return has not been officially confirmed by HBO at this time. »
- Garth Franklin
Allen plays Colonel Margaret Rayne, the headmaster of an all boys’ military academy.
In the fourth season, Detective Linden (Mireille Enos) and Detective Holder (Joel Kinnaman) are assigned a new case: a picture-perfect family is murdered, survived only by son Kyle Stansbury (Tyler Ross), who was shot in the head during the massacre.
Stansbury attends Allen’s character’s school.
The fourth and final season premieres Aug. 1 on Netflix.
- Nikara Johns
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