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POSTED ON: 02/13/2014

There’s a baby on the way!

The Killing‘s Mireille Enos, 38, and her husband, actor Alan Ruck, 57, are expecting their second child together this summer, her rep confirms to PEOPLE exclusively.

“We are so excited and feel so unbelievably lucky to have this little person coming to us!” the proud parents-to-be tell PEOPLE.

The couple’s daughter, Vesper Vivienne, 3, is already looking forward to her new role as big sister. “I’m excited to meet MY baby,” she says.

Ruck is also dad to Emma, 26, and Sam, 19, from a previous marriage.

In addition to her Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated role on The Killing, Enos is also known for her role on Big Love and recently starred in World War Z opposite Brad Pitt, while Ruck is known for his roles on Spin City and in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.

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POSTED ON: 01/12/2014

Warner Bros will release MGM‘s If I Stay on August 22. It will face off against Weinstein/Dimension’s crime pic Sin City: A Dame To Kill For and TriStar’s sports drama When The Game Stands Tall. R.J. Cutler directs the adaptation of the Gayle Forman novel, which follows a teenager who is in a coma after a car accident that devastates her family. Chloe Moretz, Mireille Enos and Jamie Blackley star.

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POSTED ON: 12/15/2013

Season four of the recently revived drama will focus largely on an all-boys military academy based just outside of Seattle. How does it come into Detectives Sarah Linden’s (Mireille Enos) and Stephen Holder’s (Joel Kinnaman) sights? Why, a murder of course!

Linden will go head-to-head with the school’s headmistress, who is described as a military veteran—she was dishonorably discharged—and a stickler for discipline. The school is her life and a family legacy, and she’ll do anything to defend it and her charges.
The character, currently named Margaret O’Neal, will be the season’s big nemesis and a series regular.
The Killing is also on the hunt for series regulars to fill out the military academy’s ranks. There’s Cameron Stanton, the black sheep of a wealthy family who forms a bond with Sarah, and A.J Fielding, a manipulative student at the academy who’s considered the leader of the boy’s school. Then there’s Lincoln, a troubled, angry boy who ended up at the school after allegedly trying to sexually assault his female teacher.

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POSTED ON: 11/16/2013

The Killing has cheated death yet again.
Just months after AMC cancelled Veena Sud’s mystery drama (for a second time!), Netflix has swooped in and ordered a fourth and final season, TVLine has learned.
The streaming giant and home to critical darlings House of Cards and Orange is the New Black has commissioned a six-episode wrap-up to the series.

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POSTED ON: 10/28/2013

The Killing is up for “Missed Series” in the 2013 People’s Choice – vote HERE




POSTED ON: 09/26/2013

CBS Baltimore has a new interview up with Mireille HERE




POSTED ON: 09/20/2013

Emmy Award winner Holland Taylor (Two and A Half Men), Golden Globe nominee Mireille Enos (The Killing), Alan Ruck (Ferris Bueller’s Day Off), Bellamy Young (Scandal), and Kathy Kinney (The Secret Life of the American Teenager) will be among the celebrity judges set for the 2013 Best in Drag Show on Oct. 6.
The outrageously entertaining Aid for AIDS fundraiser, which has drawn celebrities from Martin and Charlie Sheen to Kathy Griffin and Vanessa Williams, returns to the Orpheum Theater downtown Los Angeles for the 11th anniversary show.
Event co-founder Patrick Rush returns to host, and Jeffrey Drew, long-time lead star throughout the history of Best In Drag Show®, will again direct, choreograph and helm the 2013 production.

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POSTED ON: 09/14/2013

Even though The Killing had already cheated death — or at least cancellation — once before to earn a third season reprise, no one was more surprised to hear that AMC is ending the series than star Mireille Enos. After a critically acclaimed Season 3, Enos says she genuinely expected that there would be more to her character Sarah Linden’s story after her shocking decision to kill her former lover-turned-serial killer in the Aug. 4 finale. But like a good detective, she still holds out hope for fresh leads.

“I’m disappointed,” says Enos, who felt there was much more to explore. “The season finale for Season 3 was such a surprising choice for Sarah that I definitely hope to see how that affected her life.”

“I’m very, very proud of the third season,” she adds. “When it got cancelled after Season 2, I was disappointed, but I wasn’t surprised because it was a logical ending. The Rosie Larsen case was done. And then when AMC came back around, I really thought that meant that we had at least two [more] seasons with them.”

Because the show has proven in the past to be un-killable, does Enos — whose stint as Brad Pitt’s wife in World War Z bows on home video Sept.17 — think there’s a chance for yet another resurrection? “Never say never — stranger things have happened,” she says, noting that the production team is “doing what they can to find it another home. We’ll see what happens. Either way, I’m very proud of the work that I got to do on that show.”

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POSTED ON: 09/11/2013

It’s déjà vu all over again. A year after AMC cancelled The Killing after two seasons, the network has done it again following the mystery drama’s third season. There had been some encouraging signs — The Killing‘s third season opened with an OK 1.8 million viewers and drew largely positive reaction from critics and fans. But it ended with 1.5 million for the season finale, up only slightly from the 1.4 million viewers of the second-season ender, and Season 3 overall was essentially flat with Season 2, whose ratings had triggered the series’ first cancellation. “We have made the difficult decision not to move forward with a fourth season of The Killing,” AMC said in a statement to Deadline. “We want to thank our great partners at Fox Television Studios, creator Veena Sud, an extraordinary cast and the dedicated fans who watched.”

In one of the few cancellation stories with a happy ending, The Killing producer Fox TV Studios kept the show alive after its cancellation last year, and AMC eventually reversed its decision, ordering a third season, with Netflix getting the episodes shortly after their premiere. FTVS again is expected to explore other options for the series, but another miracle resurrection appears unlikely. The Killing, based on the Danish series Forbrydelsen, was developed for U.S. television by Sud, who returned for the show’s third season, along with stars Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman. “Fox Television Studios is extremely proud of all three seasons of The Killing,” the studio said. “We’re especially gratified to have orchestrated a unique deal with AMC for Season 3 that included a bold partnership with Netflix. While we would have loved to produce a fourth season for AMC, FTVS is immensely grateful to everyone involved with this moving series: our brilliant cast, led by Mireille Enos, Joel Kinnaman and Season 3’s Peter Sarsgaard; our stellar executive producer, Veena Sud; a remarkable writing and producing team; and a tireless, dedicated crew. Most of all, FTVS thanks the terrific fans of The Killing, who communicated their appreciation for the show throughout its run.”

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POSTED ON: 08/16/2013

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