AMC To Revive Popular Series “The Killing”

AMC To Revive Popular Series “The Killing”
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Fans of the popular TV series “The Killing” will be glad to hear that the rumors of the series’ return are true after all. Variety is currently reporting the show has been resurrected by its network, AMC, after being cancelled this past summer.

There have been some rumors about the series being potentially picked up by Netflix or DirecTV,  but it looks like those talks have been put to rest – or perhaps AMC changed their mind after seeing that there was interest from other parties in picking up the series.

Though there has yet to be an official announcement from either the studio or the network, the show’s return is pretty much a done deal.

Ashton Tyler | Elite.

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