Compared to the Quest, the Killing, and Bachelor in Paradise, Doctor Who was the most realistic show on TV in August.
The Killing ends by destroying everything you ever loved about the series. There’s really no other way to put it.
Episode 5 of The Killing is trying to become Lord of the Flies and, to no one’s surprise, is failing miserably.
If The Killing were an old time radio series, the tag for this episode would be, “Tune in next week to see if we can creep you out more than we did this week!”
The Killing takes coincidences to a new height – or low point, depending on how you look at it.
In the second episode of the final season of The Killing, the writers test the audience’s memory to see if we still remember that this show used to be based on complex plots and not coincidences.
The last season of The Killing kicks off by showing us that Arrested Development isn’t the only preexisting television show Netflix can ruin.