AMC’s Press Round-Up for The Killing

AMC has issued The Killing’s Press Round-up with all the news and reviews of the show. Check it out!

This week, Mireille Enos chats withThe Hollywood Reporter and Entertainment Weekly, while the Season 3 finale ratings were up from the Season 2 finale. Plus, makes the case for a Season 4. Read on for more:

• The Hollywood Reporter speaks with Mireille Enos, who says, “It would be so wonderful, after everything, to find Sarah ultimately in a place of peace, but I don’t know what that road looks like.”

• Mireille Enos talks to Entertainment Weekly about Linden and Holder possibly keeping her shooting of Skinner a secret: “If they cover it up together and have this shared secret, I imagine it would drive a major wedge in their friendship.”

• According to The Hollywood ReporterThe Killing’s ratings over the past two seasons have been “remarkably steady,” with the Season 3 finale notching 100,000 more viewers than the Season 2 finale.

• — which calls Season 3 “a great collection of quality episodes featuring quality guest stars” — lists four reasons to renew The Killing for a Season 4.

• Peter Sarsgaard tells the Associated Press that Ray Seward would not hang out with his character in his new film, Lovelace, “for 5 minutes and would have no respect for him whatsoever.”

• Empire Online reports that Mireille Enos has joined the cast of an R. J. Cutler feature film, If I Stay.

• For recaps and reviews of the Season 3 finale, “From Up Here” and “The Road to Hamelin,” check out CarterMatt.comDouble Aardvark MediaEntertainment WeeklyThe Hollywood ReporterThe Huffington PostScreenCrushTVLineTV Overmind and Uinterview.

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