By Alison Willmore | Indiewire January 23, 2014 at 10:11AM
Chloë Sevigny has been splitting her time between indie films -- like "Little Accidents," which just had its premiere at Sundance -- and television roles, having recently turned up as a guest actor on a varied slate that includes "American Horror Story: Asylum," "The Mindy Project" and "Portlandia," and in a leading turn as a transwoman assassin in the British miniseries "Hit & Miss."
In A&E crime drama "Those Who Kill," debuting March 3rd, the actress takes her first regular role in a series since "Big Love" as Catherine Jensen, a damaged detective who teams up with profiler Thomas Schaeffer (James D'Arcy) to catch, yes, people who kill. This is crowded territory on the current TV landscape, but the series does have a good pedigree -- it's a remake of a Danish drama and is executive produced by Glen Morgan ("The X-Files"), with "The Grey" filmmaker Joe Carnahan directing the first episode. Take a look at the trailer below: