It’s been more than three years since HBO released a new season of real detectivenick piezoLatto True Crime Anthology that captured the zeitgeist. And while we may be 8 years away by now from the ubiquitous “time is a flat circle” jokes, breathless appreciation of gritty tracking footage, and frantic attempts to associate the franchise with Cthulhu mythos, the series maintains some mystery — not least because of the action. The inconsistent, but interesting, program Mahershala Ali and his colleagues made on their third trip back in 2019
Now it looks like the series might be back, With one of Ali’s old lieutenants at the helm. Delivery time Reports HBO is apparently preparing for a revival, or possible spin-off, of the series – presumably titled Real Detective: Night Country– which will be headed Tigers are not afraid Writer/Director Issa Lopez and moon lightBarry Jenkins.
Details about the series are being kept, though HBO president Carrie Bloys Act Recently hinted that the network might be trying to return to the “dark musings of time, memory, loss, etc. through the lens of investigative work.”Play it. Per Delivery timeAnd the Lopez will write, direct, and produce the show’s pilot, while Jenkins serves as executive producer. (The Oscar winner has been working quite a bit On TV lately. He was nominated for an Emmy for his latest movie Underground railway.)
Lopez has been a novelist and filmmaker in Mexico for years now, although she is just beginning to break into US markets with films like 2019 tigers. Given the earlier career-enhancing effect real detective Seasons have been at times for the creators – and how divisive reactions have been to the series across its various eras –It would be interesting to see the reception I received here.
No word yet on any post, if any, Pizzolatto will be with this chain. He has recently penned the script for 2021 film Jake Gyllenhaal comet.
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