Visually it resembles the murky, moody aesthetic of the show's first season, which starred Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson as detectives investigating a murder in a limpid, dishevelled Louisiana.
The detective, in this case, will be Academy Award victor, Mahershala Ali.
The Oscar victor is starring in season 3 of HBO's limited series "True Detective", and in the new trailer, which was just released by the cabler, he looks like he's in for a challenge. This time round, he's also slated to direct. "I want to know the whole story", states Ali in the voiceover as his character struggles to connect the dots. We're guessing he's not the only one.
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True Detective's third season, which also stars Carmen Ejogo and Stephen Dorff, has not been without its production troubles, with director Jeremy Saulnier departing the project earlier than planned due to what HBO described as "scheduling conflicts".
True Detective creator Nic Pizzolatto returns to pen the entire season, as he has for the past two seasons. Even though the second season was bringing in a new cast, it seemed as though having the same creative team and being able to tell a completely new story, but having it feel like the same show, would be enough. A year later, the second season debuted with Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams, and Vince Vaughn.
HBO's anthology crime series True Detective launched in January of 2014 to widespread acclaim. Be sure to check out the new trailer, courtesy of the HBO YouTube channel, for yourself below.