Had to jump threw some hoops with copyright issues, but here it is ladies and gentlemen…Sean’s Humble Opinion LIVE!!!
In my humble opinion: AMC may have made a mistake by cancelling The Killing. I understand that the fans were upset with how Season 1 ended and the ratings suffered in Season 2, but doesn’t that in itself show how passionate people were about the show; that they would react so emotionally about it. I’ll admit, I thought the second Season was a little slow, but there were still some solid moments, not to mention performances, e.g. Joel Kinnaman as Stephen Holder. Hopefully, from what I’ve read the show will find a home on another network, I mean it happened with Southland and Medium? Another thing, if AMC is going strictly by the numbers, then how did Hell on Wheels get renewed? I mean Hell on Wheels premiered with 4.36 million in viewers, falling to 2.84 million by the first Season’s end. The Killing started Season 2 with 1.80 million in viewers, dropped as low as 1.31 million, but then climbed back up to an average of 1.64 million for the last two episodes. In all fairness I have not seen an episode of Hell on Wheels. Hopefully Joel Kinnaman will make good on his word about just filming another Season of The Killing on his own if a third Season didn’t get picked up. Hey Joel, need a writer, I’m available????
Actress Katie Findlay (known for playing Rosie Larson in AMC’s The Killing) to star in Walking Dead Season 3…..as ZombiePosted: June 22, 2012
In my humble opinion: This would be an awesome (granted unlikely) tie in between the two shows. Let me be clear though, this is just from my own mind, I haven’t read anywhere or heard anything about this actually happening, but how cool would it be if Rosie popped up as one of the undead? I really do think the people at AMC incorporate little nods or subtle references to other shows on their network. Case in point: I was watching Breaking Bad Season 4 the other day (awesome show), trying to get ready for the upcoming season. There is a scene where Walter is being ordered by his wife Skyler to return the car Walter had just bought for his son to the dealership. The car is a brand new, red Dodge Challenger and Skyler insists that when Walter returns the car he asks for the manager Glenn. “Glenn?” Walter asks…then pauses. This was obviously a nod to the character Glenn from the Walking Dead and the car he fell in love with in season 1 (you remember Glenn speeding out of the city in his new red Challenger right?) Anyway, whether Rosie Larson’s Zombie shows up on The Walking Dead or Don Draper finds a time portal and agrees to head up the marketing campaign for Walter White’s new miracle drug, AMC’s shows are worth a look.
In my humble opinion: To all the fans of The Killing on AMC…all 265 of you. Isn’t the clear cut front runner for who killed Rosie Larson, Jamie Wright the campaign manager? They never questioned him as a suspect, then again the way Holder and Linden have been handling the case it doesn’t really surprise me. Don’t get me wrong, I love their characters…especially Holder, but if they were ever to investigate a murder of one of my family members I think I would definitely be complaining to the Chief of Police or someone in power. But Jamie obviously has some anger management issues…the way he went off on the Mayor’s aid at the gym and the way he yelled at the volunteers to get those flyers out. I just think of all the possibilities out there, he seems to be the most logical.