After audiences found out who killed Rosie Larsen at the end of season two of "The Killing," AMC said so long to the acclaimed series. Ratings were down significantly from the first season. The show is now looking for a new outlet where it can continue to air. TV Line is reporting that both Netflix and DirecTV could be options for the show. DirecTV famously aired the last few seasons of "Friday Night Lights" prior to it being aired on NBC and Netflix will be airing a new season of "Arrested Development." Time will only tell if and where the series might get picked up.