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When Rosie Larsen's murderer was not revealed in The Killing's Season 1 finale, heads across America exploded. It was the most disparaged creative decision since Lost's purgatory series ender. Still, executive producer Veena Sud believed her gritty crime drama would survive the backlash.

She was wrong. A month after the ratings-starved second season ended, AMC canceled The Killing.

"It was heartbreaking," Sud admits, "but I knew that the network and our producer FTS [Fox Television Studios] shared a passion for the series and were working hard to bring it back." In January, after months of financial negotiations, AMC announced that The Killing would return. The future looked even brighter when Netflix signed on to stream the new episodes starting three months after the show's August 4 finale.

Season 3 opens a year after the emotionally exhausted Det. Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos) quit Seattle's homicide unit. And where has TV's most tightly wound cop been? "Sarah spent that time trying to get healthy and lead a quiet life," says Enos, who stars opposite Brad Pitt in next month's World War Z. "She lost custody of her son, but her job on a Puget Sound ferry crew is un­demand­ing. She's happy. She has a boyfriend. A return to the police force would be problematic."

Problematic, yes. But inevitable. Sarah's former partner, Det. Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman) — who has ditched his trademark hoodie for a jacket and tie — needs her help with a case. A 14-year-old homeless girl has been murdered with the same grisly M.O. employed by convicted wife killer Ray Seward (Peter Sarsgaard), whom Sarah helped send to death row a few years prior. It's the case that "sent Sarah down the rabbit hole," Enos says; her character is still haunted by visions of Seward's small son sitting by his mother's corpse.

After another bloody discovery suggests there's a serial killer at large, Sarah goes back to the homicide division — temporarily, she believes. Only this time, she must work with Holder and his new partner, a cynical veteran cop named Carl Reddick (Scandal's Gregg Henry). "It becomes a funny triangle," Enos says. "But Sarah and Holder have a wonderful relationship, and the way they support each other runs very deep."

Source: Full Article @ TV Guide

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