Seriously, 'The Killing'...be more drab.
‘The Killing’, Which, No, Hasn’t Been Cancelled Yet, Brings Us A Trailer For Season 4
Wednesday, July 2 by

They’re taking an awfully long time to solve this murder…

Concerned detective will return.
‘The Killing’ Cannot Be Killed, Season 4 Will Run On Netflix
Monday, November 18 by

It will only be six episodes. Then it’s really over.

Nobody cares.
AMC Has Cancelled ‘The Killing’. Again.
Wednesday, September 11 by

Let it evolve into the next, better show.

The 5 Best Police Procedurals Of The Past Decade
Friday, August 10 by Frost

Dodge bullets, not magic arrows, as you get the grime of the street deep under your fingernails while checking out some worthy television. For some closer-to-reality time, let your chain…

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AMC Says Production On ‘Mad Men’ Starts Next Month, Dodges Frank Darabont Questions
Thursday, July 28 by

They also “hear you” about ‘The Killing’.

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AMC Wants More ‘Killing’, Gets What It Wants
Monday, June 13 by

It’s show about a gruesome murder. Which makes it the closest thing AMC has to a comedy.

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Veena Sud Talks AMC’s ‘The Killing’
Wednesday, March 30 by

The show’s executive producer takes us behind the investigation into Rosie Larsen’s murder.

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Review: AMC’s The Killing
Tuesday, March 29 by

Has a whole mess of potential which, if adapted correctly, could make it something unique and worth coming back to.

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AMC’s ‘The Killing’ Will Murder You With Mystery
Tuesday, March 8 by

This thing’s gonna make ‘Mad Men’ look like ‘Cop Rock’!

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AMC’s ‘The Killing’ Gets Release Date, Super Serious Photos
Thursday, February 10 by

I know it’s about a killing, but is so much brooding necessary?

AMC Officially Picks Up ‘The Killing’
Wednesday, August 11 by

AMC has officially picked up the crime thriller the "The Killing" to series. It will join the line-up of "Mad Men," "Rubicon," "Breaking Bad," and "The Walking Dead," the Frank Darabont zombie series that you and I both can't wait to premiere in October. The show will be renamed, and run by creator/executive producer Veena Sud.
Set in Seattle, the series is based on the wildly successful Danish television series “Forbrydelsen” and tells the story of the murder of a young girl and the subsequent police investigation. Production on the series begins this fall in Vancouver and season one consists of 13, one-hour episodes. The series is slated to premiere in 2011 on AMC.
If you're intrigued, you can read the rest of the press release after the jump. And just FYI, Keanu Reeves doesn't star in it. Awww, don't be sad. Put that sandwich down and get off of that bench.