Subscribe To Topics You're Interested In
I've already subscribed
Despite the fact that True Detective Season 2 was widely considered to be a disaster, HBO has said for a long time that Season 3 could happen so long as creator Nic Pizzolatto should want it. Now, it seems like the subscription cable network might be changing its tune, for a very good reason.
Critics and audiences have widely seen True Detective Season 2 as a failure, and now HBO President Michael Lombardo has spoken out in a recent interview to explain why he thinks True Detective ultimately failed this time around.
Let’s face it, some of our favorites have fallen a little short of expectations as of late. But, we keep watching. I like to call this “hope-watching.” It’s the simple idea of holding on to a show when it’s really not working for you anymore, all in the hope that it’ll light your world on fire again. Now, here’s a few shows that need to get better in order to hold our attention for much longer.
Though Season 2 of HBO’s anthology series True Detective wasn't praised as much as Season 1, that doesn’t mean that viewers aren’t still interested in seeing where this series will go in the future. Luckily, Season 3 seems like more of a lock than not.
David Cronenberg, acclaimed director of such iconic films as The Fly and Crash, was reportedly offered the chance to direct an episode during True Detective Season Two, but passed on it. Why?
It was a seemingly impossible task for tonight’s super-sized finale to make total sense of the previous seven episodes, and even though the central storylines were tied up and fates were sealed, this was still a lacking ending to an overly convoluted season.
HBO and some of the cast members have been optimistic about the series finale. Now we’ve learned an exciting new tidbit about Season 2, Episode 8: It’s going to be really, really long.
HBO currently has more than two times as many comedies as it does dramas. And if the Internet’s current level of anti-praise for Season 2 of True Detective was any indication, it would have been gone already. So is a Season 3 still possible?
A quick search for True Detective-related opinion pieces may have you thinking that the majority of the show’s large viewership is just watching Season 2 in a masochistic attempt to test all limits. But not everybody is so adamantly against it.
a variety of sitcoms and dramas on television have managed to tackle orgies over the past few years and now they can be viewed together in this fabulous orgy supercut. Before you check it out, we will say that while the video is tame as far as orgies are concerned, it’s still probably not best checked out while at work.
In just two episodes, Season 2 of True Detective has done many things to distance itself from Season 1. One of those ways seemingly came with last week’s “Night Finds You,” and Episode 3 added more to the story. Spoilers abound.
While many people would probably choose not to believe it, Game of Thrones Season 5 is no more, with last week’s finale bringing in monster ratings to HBO. Could the timeslot follow-up, the Season 2 premiere of True Detective, maintain the commanding viewership?
Through its dense first season, HBO's True Detective became a pop culture phenomenon. For Season 2, creator Nic Pizzolatto left out the Yellow King and the potential for the supernatural, but still compounded the dark and gritty for a similarly captivating and convoluted murder case.
With a 2 plotline that is wisely staying away from all occult references, True Detective ‘s Season 2 can stand as a piece of hard-boiled fiction without a theory industry taking over the conversation. Speaking of conversation, here's the new trailer.
It turns out that Christopher Nolan was a tad worried that Matthew McConaughey was preceding Interstellar by working on a television show ...