News

Aug 27, 2018

True Detective returns with a long-awaited third season on HBO next January and now the first trailer for the season has been shared. The season stars Mahershala Ali, who won the Best Supporting Actor Academy Award in 2017 for Moonlight. More

Watch: New Trailer for “True Detective” Season 2

"Sometimes your worst self is your best self."

May 14, 2015

True Detective was one of 2014's more talked about shows and it returns to HBO June 21 with a whole new cast and setting. Instead of Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, this season we get Colin Farrell and Rachel McAdams as detectives, with Vince Vaughn as a criminal and entrepreneur, Kelly Reilly as his wife, and Taylor Kitsch as a California Highway Patrol officer. More



Reviews

True Detective: Season 3

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Jan 11, 2019

Anthology series have become the most interesting programs to watch on television these days, attracting major talent on both sides of the camera. Heading into its third season, True Detective is now headlined by Oscar-winning actor Mahershala Ali as the lead detective on a new case. More

Mar 12, 2014

By far the most chilling set of images in tonight's season finale (and close to the first story in the True Detective anthology series) wasn't the revelation of a terrestrial Carcosa, the preserved body of Billy Childress, or the superhuman murderous antics of his son Errol. More

Mar 04, 2014

Okay, it's official: neither Cohle nor Hart did it, are doing it, or...anything. Writer and showrunner Nic Pizzolatto promised we'd get closure on this matter in episode 7 and he essentially hammered a wisp-thin nail with a sledge to telegraph it. More

Feb 24, 2014

And so, per creator and showrunner Nic Pizzolatto, last night's "Haunted Houses" brings us to the end of True Detective's second act with the fruitless interrogation of Maggie Hart, the only-slightly-less fruitless ongoing investigation of 2002 Rust Cohle, two terribly inappropriate and terribly hot sex scenes, and (drum roll) the meeting of 2012 Cohle and Hart, with a force that feels tidal after nearly six hours of wind-up. More