mindhunter season 2 trailer

Director Carl Franklin is no stranger to the crime genre. Before shooting four episodes of Mindhunter season two and his illustrious career directing television, Franklin helmed two of the best damn crime movies of the 1990s, One False Move and The Devil in the Blue Dress. He’s an old pro when it comes to crafting exceptional tension, which there’s no shortage of in his episodes of the David Fincher-produced series.

Mindhunter isn’t the first time Franklin and Fincher have collaborated; the Out of Time director first worked with him on House of Cards. As he explained to us, Fincher was more involved this time around on Mindhunter. Franklin, who thankfully has a movie brewing he might direct soon, talked to us about his time working with Fincher, the unique style and stars of the acclaimed series, and a nice memory about the late, great Bill Paxton. At the time of the interview, we had yet to see the episodes he directed before the interview, so it’s a broader discussion about the Netflix series.

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mindhunter seasons

Netflix has yet to renew Mindhunter for a third season – because they like to toy with our emotions. But if all goes according to plan we could be in for five seasons total – at least according to producer David Fincher. Star Holt McCallany recently revealed that Fincher is hoping for five seasons total, which would mean even more serial killers – like Ted Bundy and John Wayne Gacy – would be heading our way. (Not literally; that would be terrifying.)

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Mindhunter season 2 guide

As was the case during the first season, many real-life killers are characters in Mindhunter season 2. Some of these figures – Charles Manson, Son of Sam – will likely be well known to viewers. Others will be a bit more obscure. Below, we provide a Mindhunter season 2 guide to the nefarious killers that figure into the latest season of Netflix’s acclaimed serial killer drama.

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Note: This Mindhunter season 2 review contains spoilers. 

“How do we get ahead of crazy if we don’t know how crazy thinks?” asked FBI Agent Bill Tench (Holt McCallany) in season 1 of Mindhunter, the superb serial killer drama that might just be the best thing on Netflix. The answer to that question in that first season involved Tench and fellow agent Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) talking with, and studying, killers to try to gain insight into their methodology. The move seemed controversial at first, but Tench and Ford made real progress. Through their talks with notorious murderers, it appeared light was waiting at the end of the tunnel. In Mindhunter season 2, however, Ford and Tench are reminded that that light can always be snuffed out by darkness. Sometimes there’s just no way to get ahead of crazy.

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mindhunter season 2 review

Note: This is a spoiler-free review of the first three episodes of Mindhunter season 2. We’ll have a full spoiler-filled review of the entire season next week. 

After a long hiatus, Mindhunter returns for an all-new stylish season – one overflowing with doom, lit by flashlight beams cutting through clutching darkness. One gets the sense of escalation here – the more the FBI’s blossoming Behavioral Science Unit studies the serial killers, the more serial killers there seem to be. As if the very act of trying to understand these individuals is inadvertently spawning more of them. And there’s no end in sight. After a murder is uncovered close to home, Nancy Tench, wife of FBI agent Bill Tench, comments: “This sort of thing doesn’t happen here.” “It happens everywhere,” Bill replies. The darkness is spreading.

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mindhunter season 2 trailer

It’s been two years since the first season of Mindhunter debuted on Netflix to rave reviews, and the timing couldn’t be better for the highly anticipated second season of David Fincher’s serial killer series. Jonathan Groff‘s FBI Agent Holden Ford, Holt McCallany‘s Agent Bill Trench, and Anna Torv‘s Dr. Wendy Carr return, this time to investigate the racially charged Atlanta Child Murders of the late ’70s and come face-to-face with Charles Manson, played by Damon Herriman…who also plays Manson in Quentin Tarantino’s recently released Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Watch the official Mindhunter season 2 trailer below.

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mindhunter season 2 trailer

Mindhunter is back for an all-new season of serial killer profiling. It’s been a while, at least in terms of TV, between seasons – season 1 debuted in October 2017. But fans can breathe easy knowing Mindhunter season 2 is back in less than a month. And there’s now a trailer to hold everyone over until then. Jonathan Groff‘s FBI Agent Holden Ford, Holt McCallany‘s Agent Bill Trench, and Anna Torv‘s Dr. Wendy Carr are all back in action, trying to find out just what it is that makes serial killers tick. Watch the Mindhunter season 2 trailer below.

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Now and Then

Summer is coming to an end, so you’re probably enjoying as much of this nice weather as you can. But in between trips to the beach and last minute vacations, you might want to lounge on the couch and kick back with what’s new on Netflix. The list of TV shows and movies coming to Netflix in August 2019 just arrived, and it features some classic comedies, one of the most popular sports franchises of all-time, a couple Nickelodeon specials, the first Netflix production from Barack & Michelle Obama, and more.

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mindhunter season 2 images

Mindhunter is returning for its long-awaited second season next month, and we now have our first look at what’s to come. A trailer is likely on the way soon, but in the meantime, you can check out a handful of striking Mindhunter season 2 images, most of which are bathed in impenetrable darkness – the kind of darkness in which director David Fincher loves to shoot, creating an ominous atmosphere in the process. Check out the Mindhunter photos below.

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mindhunter season 2 date confirmed

Fire up the tape recorder and get ready to buddy-up to some serial killers all over again. Mindhunter, the excellent Netflix series from producer David Fincher, is finally coming back for a new season – and soon. Mindhunter season 2 will debut on Netflix next month. It’s been over a year since the first season, which debuted on the streaming service in October 2017.

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