“True Detective” enters into its second season with an extraordinary amount of hype and expectation. Read for more details.
The moody crime American television drama, written by Nic Pizzolatto, returns strong with more things to prove – a missing person, a dead body, a gangster and three damaged detectives. In fact, the second season will trigger an extraordinary amount of hype and expectation.
According to SALON, “season one of the show was a sleeper hit, an overnight phenomenon; season two was bound to be a disappointment to someone or other before it even made it to screen.”
“True Detective” is a story about men. The addition of McAdams to the cast of the show has no impact, however, this also does not make the story less valuable.
The season 2 of the show involves a change in the show’s location, characters and genetic makeup. The major roles being a detective Ray Velcoro (Colin Farrell), a tough cop Ani Bezzerides (Rachel McAdams), a career criminal Frank Semyon (Vince Vaughn), and a highway patrolman Paul Woodrugh (Taylor Kitsch).
“They have completely different feels, different palettes, different textures,” and “completely different stories,” says Patrick Clair, creative director of the show, about the season 2.
In the season 2 of the show, we learn the connection between characters only in the final few moments.
The first episode of the season 2 of “True Detective” airs on Sunday nights on HBO in America. The show airs on Mondays in the UK on Sky Atlantic at 2 a.m. and 9 p.m.
“True Detective” season 2 has a major investigation on our hands with its excitement. Does it offer some kind of way out for the tortured characters of the show? Will the second season see an unexpected year of success? Watch for yourself.
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