The Killing ended its first season without revealing who killed Rosie, but that is coming up in the second season. Also, there's going to be more to learn about the characters, including Mitch's sister, Terry.
Season 2: What it means for the characters
Jamie Anne Allman (Terry) talked to The Hollywood Reporter about what's coming up for her character and others when the AMC drama series returns for more. After the way the first season endedÂ—with quite the cliffhanger, considering fans were expecting some resolution about Rosie's murder, not more questionsÂ—you have to expect season 2 to start off strong. It sounds like it should, and Allman did say, "the second season is really digging into the characters even more." While the first season did offer some character information as they tried to solve the case, there is still so much more about many of the characters that has yet to be revealed. That's certainly true about Terry, who has had to take on a bigger role in the family since the grief got to be too much for Mitch.
That's going to continue in The Killing season 2, as Allman said, "She's just trying to hold the family together. And she has a lot of guilt and she's just trying to do the best she can. I think she's ridden with a lot of guilt over the participation that she had with Rosie and the online escort service. For the second season, there's more explanation on the story line with Michael Ames." The series is going to look into more of what was going on with him and Terry, and perhaps that will offer more information about who killed Rosie. That's still what everyone wants to knowÂ—including, apparently, the cast. Allman did say, "no one knows who the killer isÂ—information is pretty much released script to script." The first season seemed to be ending with it being revealed that Richmond was the murderer, until it turned out that evidence Holder raised couldn't have been true. And Linden was just about to finally take that flight she'd been trying to catch. With the second season set to explore more about the characters, there are many questions that should hopefully be answered. The Larsen family needs Terry around more than ever, especially since the first season ended with Mitch leaving (though she'll be back in season 2, she's in no condition to take care of a family), and hopefully Terry can do that while more is also revealed about her character.
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