We are really living in the Golden Age of television. Broadcast services like Amazon and cable giants like HBO have provided the public with an incredible variety of entertainment. It covers the range of shocking dramas like Boschto witty comedies like The wonderful Mrs. Maisel, at the superhero rate like Watchmen. However, like the ubiquitous guy in the comments section, Netflix came "first" and its alignment has been impressive to say the least.
A program that surprised people was that of 2017 Mindhunter. The show, developed by the director of GONE GIRL, David Fincher and Joe Penhall, was based on the book Mindhunter: within the FBI Elite Series Crimes Unit by John Douglas and Mark Olshaker. The centers of the series around FBI agents Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) and Bill Tench (Holt McCallany), along with psychologist Wendy Carr (Anna Torv), who operate the FBI Behavioral Science Unit within the Training Division at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. They interview jailed serial killers to understand how they think, hoping to apply this knowledge to solve ongoing cases.. Several of the most notorious serial killers in history made appearances in Mindhunter including Charles Manson and Richard Speck.
Both seasons one and two have been dear critics with 97% and 98% in Rotten Tomatoes, respectively. Since the second season fell in August last year, people are dying to know when the third season will debut. Unfortunately for Mindhunter Fans that could spend time.
(embed) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTTI_s3pMnk (/ embed)
This week news came that Groff, McCallany and Torv were released from their contracts and a third season of Mindhunter It is in indefinite pause. The decision is based primarily on David Fincher's busy schedule according to a Netflix representative:
"David is focused on directing his first Netflix movie & # 39; Mank & # 39; and producing the second season of & # 39; Love, Death and Robots & # 39;. He can revisit & # 39; Mindhunter & # 39 ; again in the future, but in the meantime he felt that it was not fair for the actors to prevent them from looking for another job while he explored his own work. "
While this news can be daunting for some fans, I must say that it is the right decision at the moment. With Fincher's approach elsewhere, he cannot pay full attention to Mindhunter. I think most people would prefer that David Fincher invest completely in the program instead of being distracted by other activities. Fans expect a lot from Mindhunter and I'm sure they'd rather wait longer for a better quality show than a third half season. In addition, it gives actors the opportunity to seek paid employment elsewhere. Personally, I think a third season of Mindhunter it is unavoidable. Don't just get away from a hugely successful show like this. It may take a little longer than expected to reach that third season.
So what do you think of this news? You look Mindhunter? Are you disappointed? Turn off the sound below in the comments!