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ohvasparetime:

Here’s a link to an exclusive video with Joel, Mireille and Veena from Sweden’s Expressen. I haven’t gotten it to embed so far.
http://bloggar.expressen.se/tvbloggen/2014/07/30/exklusivt-klipp-joel-kinnaman-och-mireille-enos-om-sista-the-killing/
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Exclusive clip: Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos on the last “The Killing”
Now it really is time to gear up for the fourth and final season of “The Killing.” Friday, August 1st will be the six new episodes available on Netflix and Spoiler Alert can now view an exclusive clip where Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos talks about the series. The fourth season begins directly after the third ended - now the focus is on the relationship between Linden and Holder, at the same time they have to solve a new murder case. Joan Allen has been one of the major roles of Margaret Rayne, principal of a military school for boys. Among others, Gregg Henry, Sterling Beaumon and Levi Meaden is also included in the cast. Veena Sud is just like the previous showrunner. The first three seasons of “The Killing" is available to view on Netflix.

ohvasparetime:

Here’s a link to an exclusive video with Joel, Mireille and Veena from Sweden’s Expressen. I haven’t gotten it to embed so far.

http://bloggar.expressen.se/tvbloggen/2014/07/30/exklusivt-klipp-joel-kinnaman-och-mireille-enos-om-sista-the-killing/

GOOGLE TRANSLATE

Exclusive clip: Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos on the last The Killing”

Now it really is time to gear up for the fourth and final season of “The Killing.” Friday, August 1st will be the six new episodes available on Netflix and Spoiler Alert can now view an exclusive clip where Joel Kinnaman and Mireille Enos talks about the series.

The fourth season begins directly after the third ended - now the focus is on the relationship between Linden and Holder, at the same time they have to solve a new murder case. Joan Allen has been one of the major roles of Margaret Rayne, principal of a military school for boys. Among others, Gregg Henry, Sterling Beaumon and Levi Meaden is also included in the cast. Veena Sud is just like the previous showrunner.

The first three seasons of The Killing" is available to view on Netflix.

“The great question to me all along has been whether Linden can ever find the light,” says Sud. “Whether she can ever come home. The final episodes will answer that question.” @Veenasud thekilling

“The great question to me all along has been whether Linden can ever find the light,” says Sud. “Whether she can ever come home. The final episodes will answer that question.” @Veenasud thekilling

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=DN5Blq1HrQU&feature=youtu.be
justjoelkinnaman:

On April 3, 2011, The Dome Forums was waiting for Joel Kinnaman to make his first appearance in Season 1, Episode 1 of The Killing. At that time, he was to us a/k/a JW from Snabba Cash, and Gustaf Skarsgård’s friend.
We have followed everything about The Killing since, and have never missed an episode. None of us could have anticipated how great Joel would be in this series, or how much we would come to love both him and Holder.
We will be watching the Season 3 finale on 7/31, 9 p.m. EDT. Then we will binge Season 4 on 8/1 starting at 7 p.m. EDT.
For us it always has been all about Holder, from County.
If you’d like to watch with us, feel free to join in!  
http://skarsgard.yuku.com/directory#.U9kWBfZOXs0
@TheDomeForums

justjoelkinnaman:

On April 3, 2011, The Dome Forums was waiting for Joel Kinnaman to make his first appearance in Season 1, Episode 1 of The Killing. At that time, he was to us a/k/a JW from Snabba Cash, and Gustaf Skarsgård’s friend.

We have followed everything about The Killing since, and have never missed an episode. None of us could have anticipated how great Joel would be in this series, or how much we would come to love both him and Holder.

We will be watching the Season 3 finale on 7/31, 9 p.m. EDT. Then we will binge Season 4 on 8/1 starting at 7 p.m. EDT.

For us it always has been all about Holder, from County.

If you’d like to watch with us, feel free to join in!  

http://skarsgard.yuku.com/directory#.U9kWBfZOXs0

@TheDomeForums

Interactive tour on thekilling Instagram! Stop what your doing, unless you want to be in blackout till Friday, and go check it out.

Interactive tour on thekilling Instagram! Stop what your doing, unless you want to be in blackout till Friday, and go check it out.

Our fan group has done it 7 TIMES before…Won’t you help us make #TheKilling trend on Fri, 8/1/14 @ 8 PM CST? thekilling

Our fan group has done it 7 TIMES before…Won’t you help us make #TheKilling trend on Fri, 8/1/14 @ 8 PM CST? thekilling

@TVTag has started season 4 @Thekilling stickers. check in while watching, starting today.

@TVTag has started season 4 @Thekilling stickers. check in while watching, starting today.

With a mere FOUR days before Season 4 of “The Killing” debuts exclusively on Netflix, we figured it was just about time to do the usual: Predict what will happen with many of the burning questions left unanswered after Season 3 and then see how many episodes we make it before we have to eat our words. As you know, our fan group correctly predicted almost everything in the Season 3 finale, except the killer, which was, admittedly, quite a big miss. We wish we could reassure you that these answers will be slightly more accurate, but with a creative team like we have on “The Killing,” trying to read their minds is always a foolhardy endeavor. Regardless, we hope that our (likely wrong) suppositions will, at least, get you thinking, guessing, surmising about all things “The Killing” between now and Friday. We would love to hear your thoughts as well, so please feel free to tell us how wrong we are by tweeting us at @TheKillingNFLX. Without further ado, here are a few things we think we think about “The Killing” (we think):

@ThekillingNFLX resipsa422

Social media killed The Killing. Then social media saved The Killing.
Series lead Mireille Enos, who plays Det. Sarah Linden, must have a real love-hate relationship with the public, wouldn’t you think?
“What’s most helpful to me is to take the pieces that are positive and then turn a blind eye to everything else,” Enos said with a laugh. “So mostly I’m just grateful we had an audience base and we were doing the kind of work that would warrant people wanting to keep watching.”
Besides, be it positive or negative, fan passion for The Killing was at the root of it all. The series returns for its fourth and final season, Friday, Aug. 1 on Netflix.
To summarize, The Killing was a phenomenon in its first season. But marketing by original channel AMC led some viewers to believe the murder case that was driving the plot - a.k.a., “Who killed Rosie Larsen?” - would be solved at season’s end. When that didn’t occur, fans turned angry, feeling as if they had been cheated or tricked.
Ratings dropped in season two, and AMC cancelled The Killing. But this time social media convinced AMC to partner with Netflix in the production of a third season. Following the third season – at the end of which Sarah made an irreversible decision that will affect her forever – social media urged closure, and thus we have this six-episode final season airing exclusively on Netflix.
“When (social media) was not working in our favour, the thing that was confusing was, in the first season it was such a love-fest, everyone was so adoring and saying they loved the characters so much,” Enos recalled. “And then the turn was so swift and it was baffling to me, because I just thought, ‘If you actually love these people, we’re offering to give you another season of these same characters, they’re not going to disappear.’ So I was confused by it.
“And trying not to villainize anybody, but critics have always been kind of a tricky … it’s a tricky position to be in, somebody with that kind of power. Now we’ve basically said to the entire population, ‘You are allowed to have an influence.’ For every opinion there are, like, six million other opinions. So I try to disconnect from all of them and just stay focused on what I actually can affect, which is my work.
“But then when (social media) turned it around, when the fans got us a season three, and got us a season four, I only can be filled with gratitude. But it also is largely due to (executive producer) Veena Sud and her passion for the show and her connection to the fans. She has worked tirelessly to keep the show going.”
As season four begins - and consider this a SPOILER ALERT if you haven’t seen the end of season three - Sarah has set herself up for some role reversal after killing James Skinner (Elias Koteas) right in front of her partner, Det. Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman).
“What’s so interesting is, as cops, what we bank on every time is that people make mistakes - that’s how we catch them,” Enos said. “Now we’re on the other side of that, trying to make sure, trying to be smarter than the criminals we’ve put away, trying not to let out secrets, and it’s almost impossible to do.
“I think there are people out in the world who have committed murders and live with them and somehow manage to not be bothered by them. But Sarah is not capable. She has a tough exterior but she’s so raw. And it wasn’t just a murder, it was the murder of the person she was most in love with on the planet. So it’s a much too complicated and emotional world for her to get out the other side without actually dealing with it. It’s too big.”
Right from the beginning, The Killing always went big. Social media embraced it, then discarded it, then embraced it again. For Mireille Enos and the rest of the cast, maybe that’s what love is all about.
Twitter: @billharris_tv
bill.harris@sunmedia.ca
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Social media killed The Killing. Then social media saved The Killing.
Series lead Mireille Enos, who plays Det. Sarah Linden, must have a real love-hate relationship with the public, wouldn’t you think?
“What’s most helpful to me is to take the pieces that are positive and then turn a blind eye to everything else,” Enos said with a laugh. “So mostly I’m just grateful we had an audience base and we were doing the kind of work that would warrant people wanting to keep watching.”
Besides, be it positive or negative, fan passion for The Killing was at the root of it all. The series returns for its fourth and final season, Friday, Aug. 1 on Netflix.
To summarize, The Killing was a phenomenon in its first season. But marketing by original channel AMC led some viewers to believe the murder case that was driving the plot - a.k.a., “Who killed Rosie Larsen?” - would be solved at season’s end. When that didn’t occur, fans turned angry, feeling as if they had been cheated or tricked.
Ratings dropped in season two, and AMC cancelled The Killing. But this time social media convinced AMC to partner with Netflix in the production of a third season. Following the third season – at the end of which Sarah made an irreversible decision that will affect her forever – social media urged closure, and thus we have this six-episode final season airing exclusively on Netflix.
“When (social media) was not working in our favour, the thing that was confusing was, in the first season it was such a love-fest, everyone was so adoring and saying they loved the characters so much,” Enos recalled. “And then the turn was so swift and it was baffling to me, because I just thought, ‘If you actually love these people, we’re offering to give you another season of these same characters, they’re not going to disappear.’ So I was confused by it.
“And trying not to villainize anybody, but critics have always been kind of a tricky … it’s a tricky position to be in, somebody with that kind of power. Now we’ve basically said to the entire population, ‘You are allowed to have an influence.’ For every opinion there are, like, six million other opinions. So I try to disconnect from all of them and just stay focused on what I actually can affect, which is my work.
“But then when (social media) turned it around, when the fans got us a season three, and got us a season four, I only can be filled with gratitude. But it also is largely due to (executive producer) Veena Sud and her passion for the show and her connection to the fans. She has worked tirelessly to keep the show going.”
As season four begins - and consider this a SPOILER ALERT if you haven’t seen the end of season three - Sarah has set herself up for some role reversal after killing James Skinner (Elias Koteas) right in front of her partner, Det. Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman).
“What’s so interesting is, as cops, what we bank on every time is that people make mistakes - that’s how we catch them,” Enos said. “Now we’re on the other side of that, trying to make sure, trying to be smarter than the criminals we’ve put away, trying not to let out secrets, and it’s almost impossible to do.
“I think there are people out in the world who have committed murders and live with them and somehow manage to not be bothered by them. But Sarah is not capable. She has a tough exterior but she’s so raw. And it wasn’t just a murder, it was the murder of the person she was most in love with on the planet. So it’s a much too complicated and emotional world for her to get out the other side without actually dealing with it. It’s too big.”
Right from the beginning, The Killing always went big. Social media embraced it, then discarded it, then embraced it again. For Mireille Enos and the rest of the cast, maybe that’s what love is all about.
Twitter: @billharris_tv
bill.harris@sunmedia.ca

YOU HAVE READ 1 OF 10 COMPLIMENTARY SUN+ ARTICLES.