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The Killing: The Final Season Is Now On Netflix

    August 1, 2014
    Chris Crum
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Well, The Killing is now officially over, as Netflix just released the final season. As soon as you can get through six episodes of the show, which shouldn’t take long for fans, it’s time to call it a day.

The show was promising when AMC first put it out, but people seemed to lose interest as it went on. Netflix was good enough to bring it back to give it a proper conclusion, so fans can an enjoy a complete series on its service (okay, yeah, there’s value in that for the company too).


“It all comes down to this: the fourth and final season of the critically acclaimed crime thriller is a six-episode Netflix original that wraps up loose ends and reveals long-buried secrets,” Netflix says. “Detectives Linden and Holder return to investigate a gruesome mass slaying that exposes a dark family history, while trying to cover up a crime they committed.”

Here’s the trailer:

The episode titles are: Blood in the Water, Unraveling, The Good Soldier, Dream Baby Dream, Truth Asunder, and Eden.

Earlier this week, Netflix shared this behind-the-scenes look at the season.

Image via Netflix


  • #Lovethekilling!

    Brilliant finale.

  • Susan Promes Mcquay

    Love “The Killing”, kept me on a twisting rollercoaster of emotions and never knowing who the killers were. The writing and the cast were a hit for me. The ending was exactly was I hoped for Linden and Holder. Thanks, from Nebraska!!

  • lucy

    I love the killing, I thought it was a great series, much better than the usual crap the is on T.V., however, I really did not think adding all the foul language to the show made it better. quite the contrary, I thought it made Holder and Linden sound stupid. I am glad that Netflix took up the show and let it play out. I will miss Holder and Linden’s working together.