True Detective Season 3
True Detective season 3 started airing on Sunday, January 13, 2019. Subscribe below for season Three fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale - Feb 24, 2019. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S3E8 Now Am Found
The season consists of 8 episodes.
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HBO Confirms True Detective Season 3 Premiere For 2019 - via Screenrant
“I take the blame. I became too much of a network executive at that point. We had huge success. ‘Gee, I’d love to repeat that next year.’ Well, you know what? I set him up. To deliver, in a very short time frame, something that became very challenging to deliver. That’s not what that show is. He had to reinvent the wheel, so to speak. Find his muse. And so I think that’s what I learned from it. Don’t do that anymore.”
Stephen Dorff Joins True Detective Season Three - via Dreadcentral
This time last year Dread Central Presents was a concept. The brainchild of us and our partnership with the fine folks over at Epic Pictures. Slowly but consistently the pieces started coming together. The addition of Rob Galluzzo stoked the fire into a blaze, and now we are MORE THAN ecstatic to remind you guys that our first Video On Demand release is happening on January 15th with the premiere of Pål Øie’s Villmark Asylum on Amazon Prime!
True Detective season 3 casts Stephen Dorff in co-lead role - by Ew
Dorff will play Roland West who — along with Ali’s character Wayne Hays — has his life and career influenced over three decades by a baffling crime. The drama also stars a previously announced Carmen Ejogo (Selma) as Amelia Reardon, an Arkansas schoolteacher with a connection to two missing children.
'True Detective': Stephen Dorff Cast In Season 3 Of HBO Anthology Series - via Deadline
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'True Detective' Adds Another Star to Season 3 - via Observer
Based on past reports, we know that season three will revolve around (what else?) a horrifying crime in the heart of the Ozarks that is connected to a decades old mystery. The season will be split into three different time periods with Ali playing Arkansas state police detective Wayne Hays. Dorff will play Roland West, Wayne’s partner, whose life is also redefined by the crime.
Previously on True Detective: Frank, Ray and Ani weigh their options as Caspere's killer and the scope of corruption are revealed.
Interestingly, the least successful of the story lines involves OA, herself. Meandering, unfocused and ultimately unsatisfying, these moments spend a WHOLE lot of time telling us what’s happening…instead of showing us…a pet peeve of mine. Further, some of the stuff it DOES actually show us is straight <...> - according to NoSpoilerCritic - Season 3 [Jason Singer]
For the record, they didn’t actually fight side by side in Vietnam. But Wayne Hays (Ali) was infamous for his tracking skills in the Jungle, where he received the nickname “Purple Haze”. Sarah Gadon is a reporter interviewing Wayne Hays in 2015. It turns out, she’s also doing some investigating <...> - according to Heaven of Horror - Season 3 [Karina Adelgaard]
Roger Ebert has attended international film festivals and events for almost half a century, from the Kolkata International Film Festival to the Academy Awards. In addition to his coverage, our contributors report the latest from Cannes, Telluride, Toronto, Sundance and other movie showcases world-wide. As in a lot of <...> - via Roger Ebert - Season 3 [Brian Tallerico]
Hays is a little bit gone a lot of the time, his emotions as bottled up as most of his thoughts. His eyes come alive when his mind is working through something, and they go dead when he’s angry. He’s too buttoned up for the showy soliloquys of a character like Matthew McConaughey’s Rust Cohle from True <...> - via Slant Magazine - Season 3 [Steven Scaife]
As BoJack’s parody indicates, this mode of “prestige” TV drama characterized by brooding bad boys wreaking awesome havoc while the women around them suffer has grown stale. Despite the glossy production values, movie-star name grabs, unhurried pace, and serial rather than episodic narrative, True <...> - according to 4Columns - Season 3 [Lara Zarum]