I've been picking your brain about this season's midseason shows, but we're not done with all of the new programming just yet. On April 3, AMC will debut its latest: The Killing. The series centers around a missing young girl, as local authorities try to find her body. While that may sound like any typical crime thriller on TV, this is AMC we're talking about (need I mention Mad Men or The Walking Dead?), so expect the network to put its own unique spin on the genre.
The show follows several viewpoints to examine the ripple effect of the girl's disappearance on everyone from the police, to the girl's parents, and all the way to a local politician as he readies for an election. I'm curious to see how the writers draw out one case over an entire season without the storyline feeling stale, but get a peek and share your thoughts after the jump.