"The Killing" (8 p.m. Central Sundays on AMC) returned for its third season -- and second case -- on Sunday looking as good as ever. With its run-down urbanity, misty woods, drizzly docks and messy dwellings, Veena Sud's murder mystery series still makes the best use of Vancouver since "The X-Files."
With the awesome news earlier this week that AMC changed its mind about "The Killing," which it canceled a few months ago but has now resurrected for a third season (to air later this year), I thought I'd take a look at a few notable resurrected (or un-canceled, if you prefer) series through the years.
Since I'm venturing into politics with this post (which will eventually be about television), I'll admit my bias up front: I'll be voting for the Libertarian Party ticket of Johnson-Gray in November. But I think anyone who's been paying attention knows that the growing distrust of Big Government, Big Spending and Big War is the noteworthy political development of 2012 (with its roots in 2008, when Ron Paul first ran for the Republican nomination).
"The Killing" (8 p.m. Central Sundays on AMC) continued to unfold like a great page-turner in its two-hour Season 2 premiere on Sunday, delivering a lot of new surprises and questions but most importantly providing the "Whew!" revelation we were all hoping for: Detective Holder (Joel Kinnaman) isn't a bad guy after all.