For six more episodes.
The fourth season shall not be.
And now we know who did the killing on The Killing.
How about ... no more killing?
Now, that was a great episode.
Is this show actually about a pair of cops that are terrible at their jobs?
This season has both raced and crawled by.
It’s episodes like this one that make us wish the Killing weren’t a show about trying to solve a single case.
No matter how important a clue that turns up is, the investigation doesn’t seem to progress.
So what are we thinking about this Joe Mills character?
It's called "Asthma Man," and he made it up himself.
The good news is that Holder and Linden are partners once more.
Honestly, we're a little relieved that things appear to be getting back to normal with this show.
But those still watching are older.
And we’re back. With the rain that never stops falling.
The AMC procedural sometimes carries itself as if it's the greatest series in the history of American television.
Just try it.
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As a death row inmate.
And he's Linden's ex-partner.
Just because it made many viewers crazy doesn't mean there weren't economic reasons to keep it going.
It'll pick up a year after Rosie Larsen's case was closed.
Farewell, Mr. Mayor.
Ah, The Newsroom.