Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams's True Detective: The Third season in Jeopardy

 on Monday, June 6, 2016  

The first season of 'True Detective' was unanimously hailed as one of the great landmarks of television fiction in recent years. The second season of the series was unanimously considered an unmitigated disaster. That is why its renewal for a third season was conditional on an internal requirement by the HBO: NIC PIZZOLATTO, the creator of the series, should have enough time to write a history of the level of the first batch of episodes time, and not having to deliver fast and running a script that was not up to it, as happened with the second season. However, the latest information coming from the United States suggest that HBO might be thinking themselves permanently cancel the series.

The cable TV network has recently replaced its head of programming Michael Lombardo, a new person in charge, Casey Bloys, who until now was head of the division of HBO comedies. Pizzolatto is renovated by the chain until 2018, but is rumored to Bloys could entrust a new series from scratch, leading to 'True Detective' to its definitive cancellation. The commission would be similar, because we must remember that 'True Detective' is an anthology in which plots and characters are renewed in every season. But maybe the series in his first season was starring Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, and the second by Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams and Vince Vaughn, not now have the confidence of the spectators after his failed second batch of episodes, I would recommend to Pizzolatto give a completely new project.
In addition, the arrival of a new head of programming a string usually accompanied by changes in the program schedule. We have recently seen on ABC, where the arrival of a new head preceded the cancellation of shows like 'Castle' or 'Nashville'.

In any case, all there are now to be confirmed or disproved rumors. What is certain is that HBO keeps pushing for a series at the height of its flagship product, 'Game of Thrones', and has several projects to it. The best known, the remake of the movie "Westworld" (Michael Crichton, 1973), with Anthony Hopkins in the deal, which is being a real headache because of its continuing production problems.
Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams's True Detective: The Third season in Jeopardy 4.5 5 murdani id Monday, June 6, 2016 The first season of 'True Detective' was unanimously hailed as one of the great landmarks of television fiction in recent years. The...


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