(NEW YORK) — First Arrested Development was resurrected, now this weekend, another show comes back from the dead.
AMC cancelled The Killing last summer after two seasons, but earlier this year it announced it was bringing the dark detective drama back for season three.
The new two-hour premiere airs this Sunday night.
Show creator Veena Sud says they learned their lesson and fans won’t have to wait until season four to find out the identity of the killer. “We introduce the case, and we solve it at the end of the season. So you don’t have to have seen seasons 1 and 2 to jump in,” says Sud.
Sud also says fans can expect more bodies this time around.
The series stars Joel Kinnaman at Seattle Police Detective Stephen Holder and Mireille Enos as Detective Sarah Linden. This season also features several newcomers, including actor Peter Sarsgaard.
The Killing airs Sunday at 8 p.m. Eastern time on AMC.
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