Netflix Sets a Premiere Date for The Killing's Final Season

By Tim Surette

Apr 24, 2014

After more than one miraculous resurrectionThe Killing will finally ride off into the sunset rain clouds this summer on Netflix. But when exactly? Well, Netflix has released a little video to tell you:

For those of you who are too lazy to watch 11 seconds of video, the fourth and final season of The Killing will premiere on August 1. And because it's airing on Netflix, all six episodes should be available at once so you can make it a quick goodbye. 

Will you be watching the final season of The Killing?

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  • kou_shun_u May 06, 2014

    I wonder what would have happened to the show if Netflix got it when it tried to get it at first before AMC acted like whiny brat wanting its discarted toy back after someone else should interest in it.

  • Alhedaithy Apr 27, 2014

    Never heard of the show before. I will have to check it out.

  • kou_shun_u Apr 26, 2014

    Awww only 6 episodes? I was hoping for a shot at more seasons and am going to miss its quality.

    That show has one of the best female lead character and definitely one of the most compelling male/female partnerships of all time.

  • itsmemadie01 Apr 25, 2014

    say what you want about the show but the two leads have impeccable chemistry

  • current Apr 25, 2014

    If they could have only written episodes as whole and powerful as Missing, in which it showcased just how layered Enos and Kinnaman can be together, this show would've been truly great. I'm excited enough to mark it my TV diary.

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  • mrjimmyjames Apr 24, 2014

    Just a mere article about The Killing makes me want to go to sleep. It's like Twin Peaks if David Lynch took almost all of the interesting elements (comedy, soap, horror) out of it.

  • kou_shun_u May 06, 2014

    Low attenion span?

  • mrjimmyjames May 07, 2014

    Low plot content.

  • kou_shun_u May 07, 2014

    Ther's plenty enough plot. Do you mean action? Cause the main plot is the emotional journeys and the tolls of violence.

  • kou_shun_u May 07, 2014

    True. It just depends on what you like.
    To me the anguish is very well displayed and not disregared as I often feel it is in shows. In fact I had banned my brother from watching it because he is very empathic and this show would just make him be extremely depressed.

    Besides that. I really happen to like the music, mood coloring, and pace set by the show.

  • mrjimmyjames May 07, 2014

    Just because you have that doesn't mean it's interesting.

  • mrjimmyjames Apr 24, 2014

    The Killing is the show that simply will not die. I fully expect it to remerge again in some strange form in the future. Then it will be back to haunting the kids at Camp Crystal Lake again.

  • jimmyhphotography Apr 24, 2014

    'The Killing' is 'The Terminator' of TV shows

  • MarlboroMagpi Apr 24, 2014

    For all the problems it had especially season two, it is one of the best show of its genre. The show works precisely because it tell its story slowly. While I am glad there is one more final season, I am not sure if six episodes is enough to have a proper ending.

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