AMC, Fox TV Studios and The Killing developer/executive producer Veena Sud are putting the team back together in anticipation of a formal green light for a third season of the mystery series to air on AMC and Netflix. Dawn Prestwich and Nicole Yorkin, who served as co-executive producers in the first and second season, are expected to return as executive producers, and have started working with Sud on stories for Season 3.

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Fox TV Studios already has the cast — including breakout stars Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman — locked in for Season 3, which made a resurrection of the series, cancelled by AMC in July, an easier proposition. The show has been talking to key behind-the-scene auspices, including Prestwich and Yorkin, to return, as Season 3 is eying a February production start. Veteran TV writer-producers Prestwich and Yorkin, who won a WGA Award for writing the pilot for CBS’ The Education Of Max Bickford, are with ICM Partners and Gendler & Kelly.

pj
2 years
Oh god. Bringing us the same rejects from season 2? I feel even worse about it's prospects...
anonymous
2 years
Season 1 was fantastic and Holder stole every scene in Season 2. I totally agree with Shaun...
Shaun Daily- Las
2 years
Will be good to see this series come back. No series is perfect, but I loved the...