This season we bade farewell to lesbian characters on canceled shows like The New Normal, The Secret Life of the American Teen and Emily Owens M.D., but at least one network is adding a lesbian character to its roster. AMC has just announced that it’s adding a scrappy young lesbian character to its cult favorite series The Killing. read more
I admit, I gave up on The Killing partway through the first season, and was relatively indifferent toward its cancellation and eventual un-cancellation at AMC over the last year. But the marketing for the upcoming third season has me thinking it might be time to give the series a second chance. Show More Summary
The third season of AMC’s The Killing is scheduled to premiere this summer. Although the series was canceled after season two, the show’s continued popularity on Netflix prompted the network to give it another shot. Fans of the drama can expect new episodes to show up on the cable network this June. The new season [...]Show More Summary
Bringing a show back from the cancellation grave takes plenty of work. Contracts have to be renegotiated and network, formatting, and budgetary issues need to be figured out. AMC?s The Killing has been going through the process over the past several months, but now the big day has come: Season 3 of The Killing will premiere this summer on Sunday, June 2.
Sometimes even network executives admit they've made mistakes. After canceling Unforgettable last year, CBS is bringing back the cop drama this summer. AMC changed its mind about dropping The Killing and, most recently, Lifetime decided...Show More Summary
Last week, AMC officially ordered a third season of The Killing, resurrecting a show it had declared canceled last summer. Second chances for misfit series aren't uncommon these days, though usually such resuscitations are conducted by another outlet (Buffy, Cougar Town, Southland) rather than the rare occasions when a show ... More »
Following months of negotiations between AMC and Fox Television Studios, the two parties have officially closed a deal to resurrect the previously canceled mystery-drama The Killing. Veena Sud, who adapted the series to American television from its original Danish incarnation and served as showrunner, will return as will lead actors Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman....
Roughly six months after canceling it, AMC is bringing back its rainy mystery, "The Killing." The network announced a deal with Fox Television Studios on Tuesday that allows the drama to return to AMC with a third season and a new case. Actors Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman will return, as well as Veena Sud, [...]
‘The Killing’ officially returning for a third season via Rickey.org After a long series of negotiations, AMC's divisive crime drama, The Killing, has been resurrected from cancellation for a third season. What new case will serve as the basis of the third season? Read the full story: The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
Though a pact with Netflix for a second-window stream was not yet wrapped, AMC and Fox Television Studios announced early Tuesday afternoon that canceled “The Killing” is returning is returning to AMC for a third season. Read full article >>
AMC and Fox Television Studios have finally reached a deal to bring The Killing back to life for a third season. The series had been canceled after two seasons on July 27, 2012, but AMC has decided to revive the serial crime drama with a new case for season 3. Despite performing well in the ratings, The Killing had [...]Show More Summary
Here's something you almost never see on TV: After being cancelled by AMC after its second season, The Killing is being resurrected - by AMC. The series was killed (pun intended) six months ago, and though there were rumors that Netflix might try to pick up the show for its third season, AMC has figured out a way to bring The Killing back. Show More Summary
"The Killing" is rising from the dead. AMC and production company Fox Television Studios announced Tuesday that the crime drama is returning for a third season after all. The series had originally been canceled in July. “‘The Killing’ from d …
"The Killing" will return for a third season on AMC, after the cable network said it was canceling the series.
The Walking Dead isn't the only show on AMC about coming back from the dead. After long negotiations, the network has officially confirmed that The Killing, which was canceled in July, is coming back to life.
It's official: AMC's hotly debated crime drama The Killing will return to the network for a third season, despite having been apparently canceled and then reportedly sold to Netflix to continue its life in the streaming service's lineup of originals. Show More Summary
AMC and Fox Television Studios made it official today: The Killing is not canceled after all — but it's not going to be on Netflix as expected. Instead, it's just straight-up un-canceled and will be back on AMC. Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnerman will both be back, and the announcement described ... More »
With 'Hell on Wheels' out of limbo, could that mean 'The Killing' is dead yet again?
The Killing has been resurrected from the dead and will return for another season, but it will be doing so without one of its big names. The AMC series that was cancelled and then brought back, allegedly thanks to a streaming deal with Netflix, will get a third season minus Billy Campbell, who plays Seattle?s mayor in the series.
Fans of AMC’s The Killing, you finally—finally—have something to celebrate. After getting cancelled by AMC following a mediocre second season, your favorite serialized drama about a town rocked by the death of a teenage girl that isn’t Twin Peaks has finally found a new home… on AMC. That’s right, despite rumors of Netflix picking up [...]