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Extremely talented stars like Chloe Sevigny and James D'Arcy, plus extremely talented creative forces like Glen Morgan and Joe Carnahan wasted several months on this dreary Pittsburgh-set drama that made a big show of introducing our main female character as a tough-as-nails detective, only to end the pilot with our heroine trapped in a box by a killer, needing to be reused by one of those forensic psychologists whose understanding of serial killers makes him suspect as well. Somebody actually paid money to acquire a Danish format for the sort of grimy, miserable shriek-fest we already have a dozen of. Thankfully, audiences could smell the stench and "Those Who Kill" had to finish its run on the Lifetime Movie Channel, which surely wasn't what those talented people envisioned when they signed on.