Next Sunday, December 13 at 23, he comes back True Detective to the screen HBO with the release of two subsequent episodes of his third season.
This new auto-exclusive story of the series created in 2014 by Nic Pizzolatto It consists of eight episodes and focuses on a crime committed in the Ozarks region, whose research evolves over the decades, with 1980 as its starting point.
In this opportunity, True Detective will be the star of the Oscar winner for Moonlighting, the actor Mahershala Ali – who just won a Golden Globe for best support for their performance in Green book– who plays Wayne Hays, an Arkansas detective who will be obsessed with a macabre crime.
They also integrate the cast Stephen Dorff, like Roland West, and Carmen Ejogo, in the role of school teacher and author Amelia Reardon.
Synopsis of the first chapters
EPISODE 1: The Great War and Modern Memory. Sunday, January 13 at. 23.
The disappearance of two brothers in Arkansas (Phoenix Elkin and Lena McCarthy) in 1980, triggered memories and questions about retired detective Wayne Hays (Mahershala Ali), who worked with the case 35 years earlier with his partner Roland West (Stephen Dorff). What began as a routine case was a long journey to trying to understand the crime.
EPISODE 2: Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye. Sunday January 13 at midnight.
Hays considers the links to the 1980 case in West Finger, Arkansas, including possible evidence omitted in Devil's Den, a children's playground in the area. While the focus is on two suspects, Brett Woodard (Michael Greyeyes), a lone veteran and garbage collector, and Ted LaGrange (Shawn-Caulin Young), an ex-con with a love for children, parents of missing children, Tom (Scoot McNairy ) and Lucy Purcell (Mamie Gummer) receive a cryptic anonymous message.