True Detective Season 3 release date in Fall 2017 confirmed? HBO, Pizzolatto negotiation on-going

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True Detective Season 3 release date in Fall 2017 confirmed? HBO, Pizzolatto negotiation on-going

As True Detective Season 3 release date is concerned, its arrival is already predicted. In fact, it might premiere in Fall of 2017. Recently, HBO head of programming, Casey Bloys, revealed that somebody is writing the script already.

With the series’ creator Nic Pizzolatto supervising, Bloys confirms that another writer is developing the plot lines this time.

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According to him, by having True Detective Season 3 release on HBO is truly valuable. Hence, it is anticipated to have stunning episodes once again.

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He told Entertainment Weekly that the creator has not been opening himself to other projects. That means he could be concentrating on how the third season should appear on television.

Previously, it is recalled that the network learned the lesson after the second season’s tremendous failure. It was brought after former HBO president Michael Lombardo’s pressure on Pizzolatto to create new series.

Knowing its half-baked quality, a great number diminishing audience’s satisfaction was seen. It was totally remarkable for a successful show to have that satisfactory level.

Due to its high demand, a possible come back from the characters in the first season is also predicted. Perhaps, the Rustin Cohle-Martin Hart tandem might be showcased.

However, the details about the new series are not exposed yet. Nonetheless, Bloys affirms that True Detective Season 3 certainly not dead. That means, the fans could expect its arrival anytime soon.

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True Detective premiered in 2014 with huge success. It was released on HBO with a stand-alone storyline revolving murder case in Louisiana.

The series starred Matthew McConaughey as Rustin Cohle and Woody Harrelson as Martin Hart. Followed its unexpected success, the second season’s changes severely affected the show in general.

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