The Killing Exclusive Sneak Peak: Holder and Bullet Bond, But What Has Seward Done Now?

There’s more nameless dread (with a chance of intermittent sweetness) in the forecast on this Sunday’s installment of The Killing (9/8c on AMC) — and we’ve got your exclusive first look.

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In an episode titled “Head Shots,” the Seattle PD task force investigating the murders of teenage runaways shuts down a business, while Linden and Holder unite in their pursuit of “the voice” heard speaking to Kallie in the child pornography DVDs they confiscated. Meanwhile, Seward is “offered motivation to comply with orders.”

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Click through the four photos below, in which we see Holder offering a nutritious snack to Bullet; a moody Seward in his cell (looks like he’s bounced back from that razor incident); Holder at work in the interrogation room; and Seward’s inmate neighbor in a compromising spot. Has Peter Sarsgaard’s maybe-not-guilty-but-possibly-sociopathic prisoner been up to no good again? Discuss!

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  1. Holly says:

    Thanks for The Killing scoop. I figured Holder and Bullet would eventually bond. Can’t figure out this guy Seward.

  2. Joey says:

    The photos for the new episode looks good. I can’t wait to see it on sunday.

  3. mary says:

    I can only see the first photo in its entirety; the rest have only a sliver at the top. Any fix available?

  4. jax says:

    Love Bullet and Holder. Seward is unreadable. Can’t wait until Sunday!

  5. Peter says:

    Can’t wait for the 4th episode of The Killing. I love the dark & moody vibe of the show. There’s something so alluring about it. Yes, it looks like a great season ahead. Although the street kids have been portrayed sympathetically, I want to know more about them. You know, it’s a great plot device. This can make viewers deeply invested in the proceedings!

    • zigzagzoey says:

      I agree, I am liking the stories with the kids (potential victims) a lot, it really adds a lot to the show.

  6. ZZZoey says:

    What if Seward killed all the girls in the water, but NOT his wife!
    Someone set him up? I also think that her old boss is a bit suspicious….Not wanting to drag the old case up!

    • Aprilcot says:

      Obviously, Seward is a psychopath. I don’t think he did any of the killings but knows who did (at least his wife) and is covering for the real culprit.

      • Nick C says:

        I don’t think he’s crazy at all. I think he’s being blackmailed. He was set up and if he doesn’t take the fall they will kill his kid. that’s why he’s trying to die so quickly. that’s why there was a razor in the soap. he’s the pawn. fall guy. ..IMO

    • Jacob says:

      Seward can’t have killed all the girls in the water. Girls were murdered after he was in custody. If you had wrongfully charged a man who was innocent of murder, you might act suspiciously, too. Opening up the old case could cost him his job. If he admits, even to himself, that Seward might be innocent and Seward is executed, then who is the real murderer here? It’s Adrian who knows who the killer is.

  7. Sarah says:

    Is anyone a creepier psychopath than Peter Sarsgaard?

    • Jacob says:

      I don’t think Seward is a psychopath at all. That he’s not is evident when you see the scene with him and his father. He also has empathy for the other inmate across from him and he cares for his son. We don’t know if he knows who killed his wife or if he is taking the fall for anyone. He was wrongly convicted and has given up hope.

  8. Sim says:

    I think it’s that nasty guard at the jail. His wife said he goes missing for days. He’s just so easy to hate.

  9. Stevenson says:

    Title of the article says season 4.

  10. BIll Simpson says:

    Sneak “Peak?” Really?

  11. V says:

    Thank you for reminding us that Holder and Bullet will never talk again. :( And that nothing will help Seward. Why did you have to share this on Facebook now?! :(