True Detective is coming off of a tightly written and critically acclaimed first season. It makes sense that HBO would sign on for more episodes of the series, but if you are a fan of the first season, you should already know that there will need to be serious setting and character changes in order for Season 2 to happen. Luckily, the rumor mill and showrunner Nic Pizzolatto have released a few details about the series. While HBO has been fairly mum so far about True Detective Season 2, we’ve compiled what we know here.

When Will True Detective Season 2 Air?
Not soon enough. The first season of True Detective ran from January through March of 2014. Two weeks after the Season 1 premiere crushed in the ratings, Nic Pizzolatto signed a two-year deal with HBO. Now, the show is returning for a second season, and as expected, it looks as if it will air as part of the network's summer lineup. True Detective will hit the schedule on Sunday, June 21 on HBO at 9 p.m. ET. Also premiering that night will be new half-hour shows Ballers and The Brink.

What have we seen from True Detective Season 2 so far?
In April, HBO finally released the first footage for True Detective. It's a teaser trailer, but it just so happens to be one of the heftiest teaser trailers we've seen, with a full minute of footage introducing us to the characters played by Rachel McAdams, Vince Vaughn, Colin Farrell and Taylor Kitsch. Give it a watch, below.
A few months later, HBO released a second trailer that really looks at the gritty nature of Season 2, featuring plenty of bruised body parts. This one also features dialogue, which is an added bonus, considering the other marketing the network has put together for the show.
Continue on to find out who will star in the new season of True Detective...

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