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We’ve got four exclusive photos from The Killing season 3′s two-hour season finale.

The Killing‘s season 3 finale is actually two hour-long episodes back-to back. In hour one titled “From Up Here,” Sarah seeks peace in the aftermath while the detectives pick up a new unnerving case. Meanwhile, Lyric is tempted by her old life and Danette says goodbye.

In hour two, titled “The Road to Hamelin,” Sarah places her life on the line after someone dear to her suddenly goes missing. Also, Holder’s past is used against him.

Twitch (Max Fowler) and Lyric (Julia Sarah Stone)

Twitch (Max Fowler) and Lyric (Julia Sarah Stone)

Twitch (Max Fowler) and Lyric (Julia Sarah Stone)

Twitch (Max Fowler) and Lyric (Julia Sarah Stone)

Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman)

Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman)

Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman) and Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos)

Stephen Holder (Joel Kinnaman) and Sarah Linden (Mireille Enos)

Need more? Check out the finale trailer:

Season 3 of The Killing takes place a year after the Rosie Larsen case ended (as seen in seasons 1 and 2). Sarah Linden comes back on board as a detective when the investigation into a runaway girl leads Stephen Holder to discover a gruesome string of murders connecting to a previous investigation of Linden’s.

Catch The Killing season 3 finale this Sunday beginning at 9 p.m. eastern/pacific on AMC. Next Sunday, AMC will commence Breaking Bad’s series 5B with eight new episodes.

  • Janice

    The Killing has been so freaking good this season, I’m so glad they brought it back. It started off a little slow, but the last two episodes have left me in tears over characters who at the beginning I never would have thought I’d care about. Plus, the whole “I ain’t kissing you again, Lindon. You missed your chance” was hilarious. I’m excited for the finale! Wish it didn’t have to end so soon, though.

    • deewa2010

      Totally agree. I only got turned on to The Killing last Spring by my cousin who had found it on Netflix. I watched Season 1 & 2 over a weekend in May so I’d be up to speed when Season 3 began June 2. Lucky I didn’t have the chance to get mad about the two season resolution to Rosie’s murder. The actors… they’re all great, Mireille, Joel and what about Peter Sarsgaard?? Who knew he’d have a following of viewers begging for the phone to ring. I hope they all get noms next award season. This is Golden Globe, Emmy, ETC level TV. Encourage everyone you know to WATCH Sunday AND to DVR it. They are counting all numbers, including DVR, to decide on IF there’ll be a SEASON 4.

  • Violet

    The Killing has been great this season. While it seems short, the “one season, one murder” format has been great, and makes up for the enormous mistake Veena Sud and AMC made in seasons 1 and 2. I am excited for the finale!
    I am hearing that AMC might not bring the show back for season 4, which would be a shame, especially with Breaking Bad ending its brilliant run. I hope they do bring it back. Maybe The Killing can replace what is the most overrated show on TV, The Walking Dead? Seriously, that show doesn’t even have a cohesive story arc.

  • Mary Kay

    Loved this season but disappointed with the final scene! I knew who it was about 1/2 hr into it. I thought it would be better:(

  • Joan Sandra Mow

    Absolutely love this show. Here is 2 votes for season 4!

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