The crime drama The Killing was recently cancelled for the second time, but Netflix has stepped in to give it one more chance. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the company will be producing six more episodes of the show, which will be billed as its final season. They will be released in true Netflix fashion: simultaneously across all of its territories worldwide. Created by Veena Sud, The Killing tracks the relationship of Detectives Linden (Mireille Enos) and Holder (Robocops Joel Kinnaman). The show first centered around the death of a character named Rosie Larson, and drew favorable reviews and more than a few comparisons to Twin Peaks in the process.