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Interview: Eric Ladin

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AMC’s The Killing just recently finished a four season turbulent run. The series premiered to critical acclaim, but didn’t seem to fully connect with viewers. After two seasons, the network cancelled the series. After an outcry from fans, the network decided to bring the series back for a third season. Again, the show was praised by critics, but just reached its core audience. For the second time, AMC decided to cancel the series. In steps Netflix, who picked the series up for a six episode final fourth season to close out the story for its devoted fans. One of the reasons that show received its loyal fanbase was the work of actor Eric Ladin who played the campaign manager of Mayoral candidate Darren Richmond (Billy Campbell) in the first two seasons.

Let’s not throw all of Eric’s eggs in The Killing’s basket as he enjoys a very successful career. He’s played J. Edgar Hoover in the HBO series Boardwalk Empire, appeared in multiple episode arcs on series such as Mad Men, Big Love and Surface. He’s also guest starred on shows such as Dexter, Justified and Castle to name a few. On the big screen, he recently appeared in the hit horror film Annabelle as well as the films Cursed and Bar Starz. Next up, Eric will join Jack Black and Tim Robbins in the HBO series The Brink scheduled to premiere in 2015.

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July 3, 2014 Posted by tlforeman in News

TV Trailer: 'The Killing' Season Four

If there is one thing you can say about The Killing, it's a show that you can never count out. Originally cancelled by AMC after its second season, the show was resurrected by the network for a third season.

It was then cancelled for a second time by AMC. Just when you thought that cancellation closed the book on the series, Netflix steps in and picks up the series for one final season.

Season four of The Killing picks up right after the events of the season three finale. The fourth and final season will consist of six episodes. Netflix has released the first trailer and you can check it out below.

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