Deadline is reporting that The Killing has added Tyler Ross (V/H/S/2), Sterling Beaumon (Red Widow), and Levi Meaden (Almost Human) for its upcoming fourth and final season. Ross is set to play Cameron, the black sheep of a well-connected family, while Beaumon will portray Lincoln, a deeply troubled boy with anger issues, and Meaden AJ, an overachieving student.
The fourth season of The Killing will find Holder and Linden looking into a murder at a military school, though what will be most interesting to see is Linden’s mental state after killing Skinner at the end of season three. Her obsessiveness with cases and need to see justice served has gotten her into trouble in the past and nearly cost her everything that she holds near and dear, but she has never had to deal with something like what happened in the woods and there’s no doubt that it will impact both the way she does her job and the way she lives her life for a time to come. Will Linden be able to keep it together for the duration of this latest investigation? Or will we see her unravel at having to put herself into such a bad place again?
Ross’ television credits include Major Crimes, Boss, and NCIS, while Beaumon has appeared on the likes of Lost, Criminal Minds, and Kickin’ It. Meanwhile, Meaden’s television work includes The Secret Circle, Behind the 8 Ball, and an upcoming episode of The 100. The trio join previously cast Joan Allen, who will be playing the head of an all-boys military academy in the six-episode season.
The fourth and final season of The Killing is set to premiere later this year on Netflix.
Will you be watching the final season of The Killing? How do you think the journey of Holder and Linden will ultimately come to a close? Is there any chance that the two detectives will find a sense of peace while trapped in an occupation where they deal with murder, grief, and injustice on a daily basis?