“The Killing”: Season two premiere promising
At first I was frustrated, like many fans, by the first season finale of “The Killing.”
But then it didn’t take long to realize that while Rosie Larsen’s murder hadn’t been solved in this episode, it just meant the intriguing story about the investigation into the teen’s death and the resulting effects of it on her family and friends could continue.
There were some episodes that dragged a bit too much during the first season, although, for the most part, the series’ deliberateness was a strength. Mitch Larsen’s’ (Michelle Forbes) brooding grief would’ve been even more powerful if it had been conveyed in smaller doses, I think.
The second season picks up right where the first one left off, and the good news is, there are some questions that are answered in the two-hour premiere, airing at 7 p.m., Sunday, April 1 on AMC.
Emmy and Golden Globe nominee Mireille Enos continues her fascinating performance as Seattle homicide detective Sarah Linden, who is obsessed with finding Rosie’s killer, and Joel Kinnaman also keeps up his equally interesting performance as her partner, detective Stephen Holder.
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