Rachel Mills hosts A&E's documentary series "The Killing Season" along with Joshua Zeman.

Rachel Mills began her career in filmmaking at the much-lauded Edit Center in New York City. As director of the center, Mills selected and shepherded such documentary and narrative films as "Winter's Bone," "Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters," and "Garbage Dreams." In 2010, Mills moved into producing with "A Matter of Taste," a feature documentary profiling famed chef Paul Liebrandt, which premiered on HBO. "Taste" won a James Beard Award and also garnered an Emmy nomination.

In 2013, Mills partnered with award-winning filmmaker Joshua Zeman to produce and co-star in "Killer Legends," a documentary investigating true crimes that have inspired our scariest urban legends. Most recently, Mills produced "Mavis!," a documentary on gospel/soul music legend and civil rights icon Mavis Staples and her family singing group, the Staple Singers. The film received critical acclaim after its SXSW premiere in 2015, being named "one of the best music documentaries of this decade" by Paste Magazine. HBO picked up the film soon after and in February of 2015, "Mavis!" had its broadcast premiere.

Continuing to explore their unique perspective of "real life horror," Zeman and Mills developed "The Killing Season" for A&E, an investigation into the terrifying connections between five unsolved serial killer cases.



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'The Killing Season' Investigates Bizarre Case — Premiering Saturday, November 5, the new A&E docu-series follows filmmakers Josh Zeman and Rachel Mills as they delve into the unsolved Long Island serial killer case and others with the help of amateur cyber-sleuths. Read more...





 
 
 
 
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