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NY Times Interviews Mireille Enos; Peter Sarsgaard Explains Ray Seward to Vanity Fair

This week, The New York Times interviews Mireille Enos, while Peter Sarsgaard explains Ray Seward to Vanity Fair. Plus, Joel Kinnaman is TVLine’s performer of the week. Read on for more:

The New York Times’ Q&A with Mireille Enos reveals that shooting Season 3 was “more affecting” for her because of the new case’s serial killer angle.

Peter Sarsgaard, talking to Vanity Fair, calls Ray Seward “a fantastic part. I didn’t really care that he was a guy who I wouldn’t want dating my daughter.”

TVLine names Joel Kinnaman the Performer of the Week, citing the actor’s “riveting work” in this season’s “Reckoning.”

BuzzFeed — calling “Six Minutes” a “remarkable, devastating episode” — chats with Peter Sarsgaard and Veena Sud (who talks about deciding what Ray’s last words would be).

• “For Ray Seward, in his heart, he believes he’s guilty, even though it appears that he’s not guilty of this crime,” Peter Sarsgaard tells TVLine in an interview.

In an interview with The Huffington Post, Julia Sarah Stone compliments The Killing‘s writers, who “did a brilliant job of portraying the very real, very raw relationship” between Lyric and Bullet.

The San Antonio Express-News calls Season 3 The Killing’s “strongest,” remarking that “each hour has been so packed with chilling emotion that I’ve felt myself trembling long after it was over.”

• For recaps and reviews of Season 3, Episode 10, “Six Minutes,” check out AfterEllen, CarterMatt.com, Entertainment Weekly, HitFix, The Huffington Post, ScreenCrush, TVLine, TV Overmind, Uinterview, We Got This Covered and Zap2it.

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