The show about who killed Rosie Larsen has been renewed for a second season as the 'bone-chilling' finale of season 1 approaches.
AMC has picked up "The Killing" for a second season. On Monday, June 13, the network officially announced that the drama series will return with 13 episodes as season 1 approaches its finale which is set to air this weekend on Sunday, June 19.
Some sneak peeks to the episode called "Orpheus Descending" have been unleashed. In the first clip, Sarah and Holder are trying to gain evidence against Richmond by tracing his steps the night of Rosie's murder.
Another clip sees Terry dropping Stan off in front of the Larsens' apartment. Terry tells Stan to meet his family and talk to his wife. Mitch looks at Stan from the window, but he chooses to get into his truck and start the engine. In the other sneak peek, Brent Sexton who plays grieving father Stan gushes that the ultimate episode is "bone-chilling".
Sneak peek with Brent Sexton: