Post Mortems

The Killing Post Mortem: EP Veena Sud Talks That Last Scene, the Lost Kiss, an Offscreen Wedding and... a Season 5?

By now, you have probably Netflix-binged The Killing‘s final season — and you no doubt have questions of the burning and nagging variety. (If you’re still making your way through the six-episode swan song, bookmark this story and return when you are finished.) READ MORE


Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Best Actress in a Drama?

The 2010 Emmy winner for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series — The Closer‘s Kyra Sedgwick — didn’t even crack the list of nominees for 2011, which will add a dose of unpredictability to the category when the winners are announced at the Sept. 18 kudo-fest. But which woman is most worthy of taking home the statuette? …READ MORE


Eye on Emmy: The Killing's Mireille Enos Makes a Lot Of Noise (Quietly)

Once AMC debuted The Killing, the very first question in viewers’ minds may have been “Who killed Rosie Larsen?” But the second and third undoubtedly were, “Who is this Mireille Enos who plays Sarah Linden, and where has she been all our lives?” Turns out Mireille, 35 (it’s pronounced Mee-ray, the name of a childhood friend of her French mother), has been tripping the lights fantastic on the New York stage (even earning a Tony nod for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? alongside Kathleen Turner). She’s also been toiling away doing episodic guest work (most notably on HBO’s Big Love, where she recurred as tormented twin sisters Kathy and JoDean). Now, the next questions are, will she get an Emmy nomination for The Killing (which wraps its first season this Sunday) and what is she going to do with her newfound star power? READ MORE

The Killing's Latest Mystery: Why Hasn't AMC Renewed It For a Second Season?

Forget the Rosie Larsen murder. The unsolved mystery keeping me up nights is when will AMC renew The Killing for a second season?

By AMC standards, the show is a hit. Season to date, the whodunit is hovering around the 2 million viewer mark —  roughly on par with the network’s crown jewel, Mad Men. Yet, with only four episodes left before the finale, a pickup order has yet to come.

What gives? READ MORE