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POSTED ON: 06/04/2013

POSTED ON: 06/04/2013

The Killing kicked off its third season Sunday with respectable numbers.
AMC’s resurrected drama drew an average 1.8 million viewers over the course of its two-hour premiere, on par with its Season 2 debut in April 2012 and up an impressive 20 percent from its Season 2 finale.

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POSTED ON: 06/03/2013

POSTED ON: 06/02/2013

ot since David Lynch’s Twin Peaks (1990–91) has a whodunit captured television audiences the way AMC’s The Killing has. Mireille Enos plays Sarah Linden, the complicated, obsessive detective driven to find the killer of a teenage girl in Seattle. Enos’s Linden is rarely seen out of a variety of bulky Fair Isle sweaters, of which the actress remarks, “I think they have two versions of each sweater, but there’s the ‘favorite one’ I wore for, like, four episodes—I hated that sweater by the end!” The Killing, which had the daring to take two full years to solve the murder, earned Enos an Emmy nomination the first season. “People love a thriller, but also there’s this rich character development, and because of the luxury of only working on one case for two seasons you get to live with these people, and through all the betrayals,” says Enos. The Killing, which got picked up for a third season, returns on June 2.

After attending Brigham Young University as a theater major, Enos appeared on Broadway in 2005 as Honey in a revival of Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and earned a Tony nomination. For three years she played the memorable role(s) of the good and bad twins Kathy and JoDean Marquart on the HBO series Big Love. In January of this year, Enos stepped out of the sweater and into the 1940s as Josh Brolin’s wife in Warner Bros.’ Gangster Squad. In her new film, World War Z, the highly anticipated apocalyptic zombie film from Paramount, which opens this month, she gets to play wife to another gorgeous leading man, who is featured on this month’s cover: Brad Pitt.


POSTED ON: 06/02/2013

Q: Where were you when you first heard The Killing was coming back to AMC?

A: I was in Atlanta shooting a dark and intense action movie. I was super busy, which I think was a great way to find out that it was coming back. My life was already rich, and then I was like, OK, this is the next cool thing to take on. I had always felt disappointed, because this season’s case was laced all the way through the first two seasons, and it always seemed sad to me that we wouldn’t address that. So that was really exciting, the idea of getting to attack that again.

Q: Is there a side of Linden that you didn’t get to show in previous seasons that you look forward to exploring this time?

A: I don’t know if I had any preconceived idea about that. Linden has spent a year trying to get healthy, so she’s in a much more vulnerable place. It’s created an interesting dynamic, with her being much more open and then stepping back into the police force, and that being very complicated for her.

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POSTED ON: 06/02/2013

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