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The Killing (tv program)

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  • Upfront Analysis: Fewer Laughs, More Conspiracies, Tougher Choices for Studios

    In a world of seemingly endless outlets for original programming, execs from TV's largest studios emerged from the grind of upfront week increasingly focused on quality over quantity. There are more places to sell shows, for sure, but that also means...
  • Steven Bochco returns to the police beat with 'Murder in the First'

    Shortly after Steven Bochco created his Silicon Valley-themed mystery "Murder in the First," he took lead actors Taye Diggs and Kathleen Robertson on an unusual field trip: to San Francisco's famous criminal headquarters at 850 Bryant St., where the TV...
  • 'Halt and Catch Fire' dives into '80s tech war with AMC flair

     'Halt and Catch Fire' dives into '80s tech war with AMC flair
    The adventures of three visionaries at a mid-level Texas computer company as they attempt to get a piece of the personal computer action during the 1980s does not sound like the stuff of great television. But then neither did the story of a Madison...
  • Amazon reveals 2 new pilots for 2014

    Amazon reveals 2 new pilots for 2014
    Amazon has green lit two more pilots that will debut later this year on Amazon Instant Video as part of the streaming service's third pilot season. Adam Brody and ChloĆ« Sevigny headline the dramatic comedy "The Cosmopolitans,” while Ron Perlman,...
  • David Madden Extends Contract as Fox Television Studios Chief

    David Madden has a set a long-term contract to remain president of Fox Television Studios. Madden is a highly regarded exec who has presided over the unit's substantial growth as a producer of drama, comedy and alternative series for cable and digital...
  • Participant Media's Pivot, Sky Vision Ink U.S. Co-production Deal for 'Fortitude' (EXCLUSIVE)

    LONDON -- Sky Vision, the international distribution arm of BSkyB, has inked an exclusive U.S. co-production alliance with Pivot, Participant Media's television network, with the debut of the Sky Atlantic drama "Fortitude." Pivot will be the exclusive U....
  • Netflix Announces Premiere Date for 'The Killing' Final Season

    Netflix said it will launch the last six episodes of spooky murder-mystery series "The Killing" in all territories on Aug. 1, 2014. "The Killing" was canceled by AMC in 2012 after two seasons, but was revived when Netflix teamed with the cabler in a...
  • Netflix sets 'The Killing's' final-season premiere

    Netflix sets 'The Killing's' final-season premiere
    "The Killing," the cop series that wouldn't stay dead, will return for its final season on Netflix on Aug. 1. For those who remain skeptical, this is really the end. The series, which began on AMC in 2011, stars Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman as...
  • A world view on drinking

    A world view on drinking
    "The Wet and the Dry: A Drinker's Journey" Crown, $25 Novelist and journalist Lawrence Osborne is a veteran traveler and a veteran drinker. In this entertaining travel essay/memoir, he combines both of his loves with a combination of sparkling prose...
  • Review: 'Resurrection' brings back the dead but can lose track of them

    Review: 'Resurrection' brings back the dead but can lose track of them
    If you missed the French series "The Returned" on Sundance Channel last year, or if it was just too opaque/mood-soaked/subtitled (i.e. French) for you, ABC now offers "Resurrection," a brighter if not bolder and certainly faster-paced (i.e. American)...
  • Review: 'The Red Road' heads toward mystery

    Review: 'The Red Road' heads toward mystery
    Years of amateur and professional TV-watching and the impressive title attached to my byline notwithstanding, I have never believed that I would last a minute as a television programmer. I know what I like, and usually why I like it, but what will float...