Next Episode of The Killing is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
The Killing is an American crime drama television series that premiered on April 3, 2011, on AMC, based on the Danish television series Forbrydelsen (literally The Crime). The American version was developed by Veena Sud and produced by Fox Television Studios and Fuse Entertainment. Set in Seattle, Washington, the series follows the various murder investigations by homicide detectives Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos) and Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman).
AMC announced the series' cancellation in July 2012, but picked it up for a third season after a renegotiation with Fox Television Studios and Netflix. The Killing was again cancelled by AMC in September 2013, but Netflix announced in November 2013 that it had ordered a fourth season consisting of six episodes to conclude the series. The complete fourth season was released on Netflix in all territories on August 1, 2014 (source: en.wikipedia.org)
Holder and Linden start work on a new case where a quite wealthy family have been murdered. The only survivour attends an all-boys military academy and suspiscion instantly places him as a prime suspect. Lindon and Holder are struggle dealing with the final outcome of the last case.
The survivor of the shooting returns to the academy where he has to face his fellow cadets. Lindon and Holder investigate a mysterious man living in viewing distance of the murdered family revealing a few secrets about the perfect-looking family. Lindon and Holder run into further issues trying to get to talk to the students at the academy as Lindon tries to hold it together after the death of Skinner.
Holder and Linden attend the Stanbury's funeral hoping that the girl who visited Kyle would turn up. Reddick continues to investigate Skinner's disappearance putting more stress on both Linden and Holder. Holder has trouble coming to terms with the fact that he will be a father. We find out more about Colonel Rayne and Stansbury family past.
Holder acts aggressive in asking questions due to his recent drug relapse. Lincoln continues to "bully" Kyle in various ways at the academy. More is revealed about Kyle and his relationship with his mother. We learn more about Kyle's mother's sexual preferences. Reddick begins to close in on the whereabouts of Skinner.
Reddick comes down harshly on Linden about about the Skinner matter although Linden tries to uphold that all the evidence is circumstantial. Linden finds out that Holder mentioned the event at an NA meeting. Conflict between Linden and Holder rises throughout the episode. We learn more about family day and perhaps it's links to the murders.
Holder prepares for his child with Caroline. The case of the Stanburys' murders is brought to an end with a series of unexpected events. Reddick finally points a finger at Linden resolving the Spinner case once and for all. An incite into Holder and Linden's lives in a few years time is given to finish off the story once and for all.
Levi Meaden(AJ Fielding)
Hugh Dillon(Francis Becker)
Michelle Forbes(Mitch Larsen)
Billy Campbell(Darren Richmond)
Mireille Enos(Sarah Linden)
Joel Kinnaman(Stephen Holder)
Gregg Henry(Carl Reddick)
Tyler Ross(Kyle Stansbury)
Sterling Beaumon(Lincoln Knopf)
Elias Koteas(James Skinner)
Amy Seimetz(Danette Leeds)
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