True Detective Seems Worth Watching Again in First Trailer for Season 3

True Detective Seems Worth Watching Again in First Trailer for Season 3

True Detective Seems Worth Watching Again in First Trailer for Season 3

After signing on with HBO previous year, Oscar-winner Mahershala Ali is front and center in the first trailer for True Detective season three, which fans hope can regain the level of the show's debut after a disappointing sophomore effort.

After last night's Sharp Objects finale (more on that shocking ending here), HBO released the first look at Mahershala Ali in the anthology crime drama, and it seems like the young detective is in for quite a challenge.

The trailer shows his character, Arkansas state police detective Wayne Hays, at three different ages, clearly haunted by a case. My whole brain's a bunch of missing pieces.

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"My job. there's no certainty", Hays' narration continues. This peace... is more hauntin' than anything. Finally, he says, "I want to know the whole story". Unfortunately, season 2 of the show changed things up a bit too much and simply didn't deliver the goods in the way that the show's first season did.

Carmen Ejogo, Scoot McNairy, Mamie Gummer and Stephen Dorff co-star in the series, which will premiere nearly three and a half years after the second season closed out. Pizzolatto wrote every single episode, save for episode 4, which he co-wrote with David Milch. Jeremy Saulnier (Blue Ruin) and Daniel Sackheim (The Walking Dead and The Americans) will serve as directors for some of the season's episodes.

No premiere date has yet been set, but True Detective will return to HBO for its third season sometime in January 2019.

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