To those Killing viewers still raising a stink about the lack of resolution in the Season 1 finale, leading lady Mireille Enos offers this message: “If those fans come back [for Season 2], they’ll really enjoy it — if you loved [the journey] the first time around, why not spend more time in it?”
We spoke to Enos on the Golden Globes arrivals line Sunday and she previewed what’s to come during the “exceptional” second season of AMC’s whodunit (premiering April 1).
“It picks up the moment you left it behind, and from there the stakes just jump 500 percent,” the Globe nominee shared. “Everyone is back” for the thriller’s sophomore season, which will “absolutely, 100 percent” solve the murder of Rosie Larsen, Enos confirmed, adding, “The mystery just keeps unfolding and everything keeps getting more and more personal for all of these characters.”
For Enos’ Sarah Linden, that includes coming to grips with the notion that her partner, Stephen Holder, has seemingly tampered with Rosie’s murder investigation. “Sarah has a lot of trust issues anyway, so you can imagine her feeling some betrayal,” the actress mused, “and then it just continues from there.”