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Originally posted 11/18/2015 04:40PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "4616410390001"] Even people who never watched the original run of Dallas probably know that one of the series' major plotlines can be summed up in three simple words: "Who shot J.R.?" In the final moments of the show's third season finale, J.R. Ewing (Larry Hagman), the show's scheming villain but also arguably its central character, was seen getting shot by an offscreen assailant.
Originally posted 06/19/2015 03:20PM
With T-minus three days until season 2 of HBO's crime anthology True Detective premieres, the hype has never been higher.
Originally posted 07/23/2014 04:30PM
Larkin Zouey arrived Wednesday morning in Los Angeles, the couple confirm to PEOPLE exclusively
Originally posted 05/14/2014 11:00AM
The former True Blood and Killing stars are expecting a daughter in June, their rep confirms to PEOPLE
Originally posted 02/12/2014 01:05PM
The actors are expecting a sibling for 3-year-old daughter Vesper, they confirm to PEOPLE exclusively
Originally posted 12/23/2012 12:00AM
The Killing star is a new dad after wife Katy delivered son Maxfield David on Friday, his rep confirms to PEOPLE exclusively
Originally posted 11/20/2012 11:00AM
The actress and her husband, True Blood's Marshall Allman, will welcome fraternal twins this spring, they tell PEOPLE
Originally posted 06/18/2012 11:35AM
After two rainy seasons – and a meticulously crafted (and some critics may say sluggish) plot, AMC's The Killing wrapped up its second season Sunday night and finally answered the question: Who killed Rosie Larson?
Major spoilers follow, so stop reading if you haven't seen the episode ...
At first, it appeared that newly-minted Mayor Darren Richmond's campaign manager Jamie Wright (Eric Ladin) was the cold-blooded killer. And, true, he did enable Rosie's death after beating her and placing her in the trunk of his car after discovering she overhead the details of a political deal that would threaten to ruin many – including Richmond.
Originally posted 03/27/2012 03:30PM
There's a new sheriff in town – sort of.
Yes, that's Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and she's pulling a (fake) gun during a visit to the set of the Danish show The Killing Monday in Copenhagen.
According to reports, Camilla, a big fan of the European murder mystery series (which has been adapted in English for U.S. audiences by AMC), plotted the set visit, in an abandoned scrapyard, as part of her Scandinavian tour. She was joined on set by Denmark's Crown Princess Mary and the show's star Sofie Grabol.
"I think it is really surreal. But it's lovely that she wanted to come here," Grabol, who plays Detective Sarah Lund, told the U.K.'s Press Association. "I told her last night to wear flat shoes. This is not really an inviting place for a royal visit."
Camilla reportedly watches the show with Prince Charles, according to the show's creator Soren Sveistrup, who met the couple Sunday at a reception hosted by the British ambassador.
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