Cable network AMC is resurrecting a canceled drama series, according to a report in Variety. AMC is bringing back “The Killing” after the show flirted with a move to Netflix.
Showrunner Veena Sud and executive producers Dawn Prestwich and Nicole Yorkin returned to the writers’ room last week and began work on a third season of the show, the story reports. The program may return to TV in late May, with production starting in a few months.
As previously reported, Netflix had been in talks to keep the drama alive. Those talks were not finalized, Variety notes. The continued interest in the show, however, convinced AMC to look at the show once again.
While there’s no word on which actors will return, the producers will likely try to keep its stars, Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman, the piece adds.