One of the landmark crime series of the last decade or so, True Detective has been a huge global hit since its debut in 2014.
Now we’re hearing that a fourth series is in the works at home US broadcaster, HBO, and without its original creator and showrunner Nic Pizzolatto.
The Hollywood Reporter says that HBO has “recruited Issa Lopez (Tigers Are Not Afraid, Secondary Effects) to pen a script for a new cycle that has been dubbed True Detective: Night Country. Additionally, Barry Jenkins is attached to exec produce the anthology.”
No more news is yet available.
The series has, over three series, attracted some of Hollywood’s biggest names. In series one, Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey starred, with Colin Farrell and Rachel McAdams appearing in series two. Then, in series three, Oscar-winner Mahershala Ali and Stephen Dorff took centre stage.
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