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Aug 5 13 7:08 PM
joel kinnaman, the killing, stephen holder
ohvaI have tons of friends. They're just all online.
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ohva wrote:As a P.S., I just posted an article under Season 3 stars that Elias Koteas has joined Chicago PD, a spin-off of Chicago Fire.
So here's my other gripe--while AMC holds two terrific actors, Kinnaman and Enos, in the hell of low viewing limbo, all the supporting actors around them are going on to do much more broadly viewed series. The prince and princess of great TV sit chained in the AMC dungeon.
This is so rotten.
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ohva wrote:My final random thought is that, if you know you have some really good talent, you don't make them sit in unpopular series for years. You cancel the series and book them elsewhere..
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ohva wrote:Oh come now. AMC just announced a breaking bad spinoff, 'Better Call Saul.'
We ALL know we would MUCH rather watch Saul Goldman every week instead of Stephen Holder.
Sep 12 13 9:02 PM
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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