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THE KILLING Preview: ‘El Diablo’

April 10, 2011 by  

Did anyone see the series premiere of AMC’s new series THE KILLING last Sunday? I have to admit, after watching the first two hours, I’m hooked. I have no clue who killed Rosie Larsen, but I’m along for this ride.

While you wait for tonight’s brand new episode, “El Diablo,” check out a scene from the hour and a look at what’s to come this season…



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4 Responses to “THE KILLING Preview: ‘El Diablo’”

  1. Amy tvgirl222 on April 10th, 2011 7:39 pm

    I watched! First, wasn’t the politician from Once and Again??? Okay, he looks EVEN better…It is so unfair. Then again, Sela Ward still looks pretty good herself.
    The blank, intense stares of the detective were really really interesting. Can’t quite recall anything like that on tv, can you? What is going on in that brain of hers?
    Did that detective really give those minors pot? Really? I get it, undercover and all, but MINORS?
    The family stuff was too sad for me…I fast forwarded.
    Will be watching tonight!

  2. Marisa Roffman on April 11th, 2011 12:47 am

    @Amy: Yep, that’s Billy Campbell from ONCE & AGAIN 🙂

    Yeah, the pot thing was weird. But, um, I guess he got their trust? So…yay? I think. Maybe. Probably not.

  3. Amy tvgirl222 on April 11th, 2011 8:16 am

    Happy point resolution when they explained the “looks like/tastes like/but it’s not” pot in El Diablo. I am relieved! How many episodes? 13?

  4. tw111 on April 11th, 2011 8:59 pm

    I’m in for this one too ( but Amy, I ffw’d through the family tragedy stuff as well…. same for the close-up of the corpse stuff).
    Anyone else want to slap that Jasper kid into the middle of next week?
    So he’s obviously not the perp.
    The Scandinavian influence in this one is heavy. Sos dark you can almost taste the rye bread.
    Just glad to have another interesting drama. We have so few……