True Detective season 3 trailer released

Eloise Marshall
August 27, 2018

The third season of True Detective stars Academy Award victor Mahershala Ali (Moonlight), John Charles Dickson, Stephen Dorff, Carmen Ejogo, Ray Fisher and Sarah Gadon.

While we don't know too much more about what's to come, Ali has assured that we'll be giving this show another shot come January. "That wasn't a fear for me", Hays says in the trailer's voiceover. Things I've seen, things I know... wouldn't do anything but cause harm. My job... there's no certainty. "This case, it's more haunting than anything".

Three years since the finale of its second season and True Detective is coming back with a new star tackling another unsettling case.

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Joining Ali in the Season 3 cast are Mamie Gummer, Stephen Dorff and Carmen Ejogo.

The first promo for True Detective Season 3 is finally here. The logline describes the season as telling "the story of a macabre crime in the heart of the Ozarks, and a mystery that deepens over decades and plays out in three separate time periods". Pizzolatto is the sole writer of the third season with the exception of Episode 4, which he co-wrote with David Milch. Unfortunately, the series took a nosedive with the Rachel McAdams-led second season, falling into the sophomore slump and failing to live up to sky-high expectations. True Detective lends itself very well to the anthology format, or so it appeared. Daniel Sackheim directs alongside Daniel Sackheim, with Green Room director Jeremy Saulnier having helmed the first two episodes.

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