Canceled AMC Drama Looks to Netflix, DirecTV to Keep Show Alive TVLine
A canceled AMC drama series isn’t dead yet, with producer Fox TV Studios in discussions with Netflix and DirecTV to keep “The Killing” alive, reports TVLine.com.
A representative for Netflix declined to comment, while a DirecTV rep said, "We do take a look at everything that is available, but we haven’t made any decisions this summer in regards to new programming.”
Netflix, which is working on a revival of the cult comedy series "Arrested Development," earlier this year was considering buying the canceled shows "The River" and "Terra Nova." DirecTV has rescued at-risk shows including "Damages."