When Will We Get To See True Detective Season 3?
True Detective season 2 is already a smash hit on television. With so much of fans, speculation for “True Detective” season 3 has already begun. The current season is in an interesting phase for now, with people getting a notion of the writer’s perspective on life, crime and sex. Let us see what’s in store for next season.
The second season of “True Detective” premiered on HBO on June 21, 2015. The American crime drama is full of twists and turns which resulted into a huge audience base. Currently the total audience base stands at 3.17 million, which is higher than that of season 1. In season 1, the viewer count was 2.33 million, according to When Will.
However, there is no news regarding True Detective season 3 for the time being.
While people are curious to know about True Detective season 3 release date, it’s still not confirmed if the popular television series is renewed for a new season. However, as other news suggests, in January 2014, creator and writer Nic Pizzolatto signed a two-year contract with HBO. The contract said that the series was renewed for two seasons. So season 3 of the crime drama can be expected to be announced soon. It is also said that season 3 will be the last season of the crime drama.
Pizzolatto has written all eight episodes of season 2. Scott Lasser is hired to break the stories in the second half of the season. The series is currently progressing to its sixth episode and you can expect more drama and suspense as the season progresses toward its end.
The current season is showing how a murder brings together three law enforcement officers and a career criminal. The season is painted in the landscape of California and deals with conspiracy that each character is entangled into. It is to show how these people move out from the web by navigating through the right path.
We are on track to find out everything about the show, and as well as season 3 of True Detective – if it is actually on the cards. So stay here with us as we keep you updated.