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You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Episodes Seasons. Detective Rust Cohle 8 episodes, Colin Farrell Detective Ray Velcoro 8 episodes, Mahershala Ali Wayne Hays 8 episodes, Woody Harrelson Detective Ani Bezzerides 8 episodes, Carmen Ejogo Amelia Reardon 8 episodes, Michelle Monaghan Maggie Hart 8 episodes, Taylor Kitsch Officer Paul Woodrugh 8 episodes, Stephen Dorff Detective Maynard Gilbough 8 episodes, Kelly Reilly Jordan Semyon 8 episodes, Scoot McNairy Tom Purcell 8 episodes, Tory Kittles Detective Thomas Papania 8 episodes, Vince Vaughn Frank Semyon 8 episodes, Ray Fisher Henry Hays 8 episodes, Chris Kerson Nails 8 episodes, Ritchie Coster Mayor Austin Chessani 7 episodes, Sarah Gadon Elisa Montgomery 7 episodes, Christopher James Baker Blake Churchman 7 episodes, Afemo Omilami Police Chief Holloway 7 episodes, James Frain Lieutenant Kevin Burris 7 episodes, Brett Cullen Gerald Kindt 6 episodes, Mamie Gummer Lucy Purcell 6 episodes, J.
Detective Lutz 6 episodes, Andy Mackenzie Ivar 6 episodes, Dana Gourrier Cathleen 6 episodes, Michael Irby Detective Elvis Ilinca 6 episodes, Abigail Spencer Gena Brune 6 episodes, Timothy V.
Osip Agronov 6 episodes, Yara Martinez Felicia 6 episodes, Adria Arjona Emily 6 episodes, Isaiah C. Audrey Hart 6 episodes, Alain Uy Ernst Bodine 6 episodes, Jon Lindstrom Jacob McCandless 6 episodes, Kevin Dunn Major Ken Quesada 5 episodes, Michael Greyeyes Brett Woodard 5 episodes, Jon Tenney Alan Jones 5 episodes, W.
Earl Brown Detective Teague Dixon 5 episodes, Joe Chrest Detective Demma 5 episodes, Rhys Wakefield Freddy Burns 5 episodes, Michael Hyatt Katherine Davis 5 episodes, Leven Rambin Athena Bezzerides 5 episodes, Emily Nelson Margaret 5 episodes, Lera Lynn Singer 5 episodes, Kennedi Butler Young Becca Hays 5 episodes, Dane Rhodes Detective Favre 5 episodes, Alexandra Daddario Lisa Tragnetti 4 episodes, Scott Shepherd Harris James 4 episodes, Josh Hopkins Jim Dobkins 4 episodes, James MacDonald Major Blevins 4 episodes, Michael Broderick Special Agent John Bowen 4 episodes, C.
Richard Geldof 4 episodes, Tim Griffin Cynthia Woodrugh 4 episodes, Tony Molina Jr. Detective 4 episodes, Vinicius Zorin-Machado Tony Chessani 4 episodes, Trevor Larcom Chad Velcoro 4 episodes, Brian Oerly Eddie 4 episodes, Bea Santos Commander Floyd Heschmeyer 4 episodes, Sol Landerman Michael Bulgari 4 episodes, Meghan Wolfe Maisie Hart 4 episodes, Myk Watford Detective Morelli 4 episodes, David Morse Eliot Bezzerides 3 episodes, Rick Springfield Irving Pitlor 3 episodes, Jackson Beals Detective Mark Daughtry 3 episodes, Glenn Fleshler Errol Childress 3 episodes, Michael Harney Steve Geraci 3 episodes, Gareth Williams Police Chief Warren 3 episodes, Alex Fernandez James O'Neal 3 episodes, Brandon Flynn Ryan Peters 3 episodes, David Stanbra Detective Segar 3 episodes, Richard Meehan Frankie Boyle 3 episodes, L.
Warren Young Detective 3 episodes, Erin Moriarty Audrey Hart 3 episodes, Bill Kelly Detective Hobbs 3 episodes, Jim Klock Detective Ted Bertrand 3 episodes, Gabriel Luna Miguel Gilb 3 episodes, Jack Topalian Armin 3 episodes, Arthur Darbinyan Leonid 3 episodes, Garrett Kruithof Detective Jimmy Dufrene 3 episodes, Agnes Albright Veronica Chessani 3 episodes, Emily Rios Betty Chessani 3 episodes, Christian Campbell Richard Brune 3 episodes, Courtney Halverson Erica Jonson 3 episodes, Don Yesso Commander Speece 3 episodes, Carla Vila Gonzales 1 3 episodes, Michael Graziadei Dan O'Brien 3 episodes, Robert Renderos Gonzales 2 3 episodes, Ronnie Gene Blevins Stan 3 episodes, Corbin Pitts Mike Ardoin 3 episodes, Michael Rooker Edward Hoyt 2 episodes, Jay O.
Billy Lee Tuttle 2 episodes, Fred Ward Eddie Velcoro 2 episodes, Lili Simmons If I'm doing that, it works better without a committee.
In July , Casey Bloys, who had succeeded Lombardo as HBO head of programming two months earlier,  confirmed plans for a third season, describing True Detective as "a valuable franchise" and revealing that both the network and creator Pizzolatto were open to another season.
The story was announced to span three decades and take place in the Ozarks , as partner detectives investigate a macabre crime, with Ali in the lead role of state police detective Wayne Hays.
Talking about the renewal, Bloys stated: "Nic has written truly remarkable scripts. With his ambitious vision and Mahershala Ali and Jeremy Saulnier aboard, we are excited to embark on the next installment of True Detective.
Saulnier was expected to direct the first three episodes of the season. However, in March , after he had completed the first two episodes, Saulnier exited the series due to scheduling conflicts, though multiple sources reported "differences of opinion" with Pizzolatto.
Sackheim would divide up directing assignments on the remaining episodes with Pizzolatto,  who also serves as the sole writer of the season, except for the episodes four and six, which he co-wrote with David Milch and Graham Gordy respectively.
Following other critically acclaimed actors who had starred in the first two seasons of the series, Academy Award -winner Mahershala Ali plays the lead role of state police detective Wayne Hays.
In an interview with Variety , Ali revealed that he was originally offered a supporting role, as the main character was supposed to be white.
However, pursuing a better choice for his career, he convinced Pizzolatto that he was suited for the lead. On March 30, , in addition to reports on scheduling conflicts, Variety wrote in regard to Saulnier's departure: "Sources said the filming on location in Arkansas has been tough at times, and that Pizzolatto and Saulnier had differences of opinion on the episodes.
With an estimated year from start to finish, we know that local businesses and vendors will enjoy a boon from the production.
The season wrapped filming in Fayetteville in August It would have been such a shame if we had shot it any other place. There are three interweaved timelines, , , and In , Will and Julie Purcell tell their father they are going to a playground to meet a friend, but do not return.
Detective Wayne Hays and his partner Roland West organize a search. Hays is a black Vietnam veteran who worked as a tracker. The Purcells' parents, Tom and Lucy, do not have a happy marriage.
Hays and West search their house and find pornographic magazines under Will's mattress, and a hole in Will's closet looking into Julie's room.
They learn that Lucy's cousin had previously stayed in Will's room while Will slept on the couch. Hays meets Will's English teacher, Amelia Reardon.
Using his tracking skills, he finds Will's body in a cave, with his fingers interlinked as if in prayer. In , the unsolved case is reopened. Hays is informed that Julie Purcell is still alive; her fingerprints were found in a pharmacy after a burglary.
In , Tom's parents suggest that Tom might not have been Julie's father. Hays and West try to find the source of some chaff dolls found near Will Purcell's body.
A student reports that Julie Purcell was given one while trick-or-treating on Halloween. The Purcells receive an anonymous note telling them not to look for Julie.
Hays wonders why the Purcell children lied about intending to meet a friend, Ronnie Boyle. They pretended they saw him regularly.
Hays and West interview a farmer, who claims he has already spoken to the police. He reports seeing the Purcell children regularly going into the woods.
He reports seeing a brown car with a black man and a white woman. Hays and West find the children had a Hoyt Foods bag. Hoyt Foods is a chicken processing plant where Lucy worked.
It funds a children's charity which is offering a reward for information about the children's disappearance. A native American man, Brett Woodard is beaten by locals who believe he is responsible for the children's disappearance.
At the Purcell house, Hays finds a photo album containing a photograph of Will taken at his first communion, with his fingers interlaced and his eyes closed.
The priest takes photos of all first communicants, but Will is the only one who has his eyes closed.
The priest tells Hays and West that the Purcell children were excited about seeing an aunt; they respond that the children did not have an aunt.
The priest reports that the chaff dolls are made by a female parishioner. She in turn tells them that a black man with a milky eye bought several at a recent fair, saying they were for his nieces and nephews.
They find a man matching this description, who is uncooperative. He says he attends the Presbyterian church, not the Catholic one.
The priest is unusually keen to hear Hays' confession. The fingerprints of Freddy Burns, a local teenager, are found on Will Purcell's bicycle.
Hays and West interrogate him and threaten him with prison rape. Amelia visits Lucy Purcell to give her the children's school projects.
Lucy cries "I have done a terrible thing", but becomes angry when Amelia says she can talk in confidence to Wayne Hays.
Locals see Brett Woodard talking to children, and chase him to his house, where he sets tripwires and Claymore mines, and distributes rifles around his house.
West reports that Lucy Purcell died of a drug overdose in in Las Vegas. In , the police arrive just as locals attack Brett Woodard's house. Claymore mines go off, killing some of the locals.
Woodard shoots locals and policemen. Hays tells Woodard to drop his rifle, but Woodard commits suicide by cop. In , Wayne Hays and Amelia's marriage is suffering because of her book about the Purcell case.
After Woodard's death, the disappearance of Will and Julie Purcell was attributed to him. Will Purcell's rucksack was found under Woodard's porch.
Hays realizes that it must have been planted there afterwards, because it was undamaged by the Claymore mine explosion.
However, West's superiors wanted him to reconvict Woodard; West cannot show this information to them without them shutting down his task force.
Tom Purcell makes a televised appeal for Julie Purcell to come forward. A woman indirectly claiming to be Julie Purcell calls the police hotline, saying that "Julie Purcell" is not her real name, and telling "the man from TV, acting like my father" to leave her alone.
She asks "Where's my brother? Burns says Will wanted to know where "they" went; Julie was not alone. The fingerprints found on Will and Julie's toys have gone missing from the case file.
He says she called herself "Mary July", was confused about what year it was, and said she was a "secret princess" from "the pink rooms".
In , Tom Purcell's body is found, staged to look like a suicide. The case is closed. Amelia interviews a friend of Lucy's, who has a photograph of Will and Julie trick-or-treating on Halloween, with the chaff doll.
In the background are two adults dressed as ghosts; one black and one white. Amelia discovers that Dan O'Brien met a black man with one eye in a bar that Lucy used to work at.
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Season 1. Blu-ray cover. List of True Detective episodes. Nic Pizzolatto. Hart and Cohle have not spoken since an altercation in The crime scene of a recently slain woman closely resembles the Lange murder scene, suggesting that despite Cohle and Hart's claims of apprehending the killer in , the killer may remain at large.
In , Cohle reflects on his daughter's death in a car accident, which led to the collapse of his marriage and his spending four years as an undercover narcotics investigator.
His undercover career ended with a lethal gunfight, after which he was hospitalized in a psychiatric institution. After his release, Cohle requested a job in homicide and was partnered with Hart.
Cohle reveals that he experiences brief, intermittent episodes of visual hallucinations caused by years of drug use while working as an undercover officer.
Shots from show that Cohle occasionally suffers these hallucinations when he is with Hart, but he does not discuss them.
Hart is now divorced from Maggie for reasons unrevealed. The interviews continue, revealing Hart's questionable moral views and Cohle's nihilistic views of humanity.
In , Hart and Cohle both maintain the story of Cohle's sick father in the face of skeptical questioning by Papania and Gilbough.
In , Papania and Gilbough tell Hart they suspect that Cohle, who they allege conveniently led Hart to every clue or lead in the case, has been orchestrating the killings.
Cohle is also a person of interest in Rev. Billy Lee Tuttle's suspicious death two years earlier, which was around the time Cohle returned to Louisiana.
Cohle walks out of his interview after the detectives accuse him. In , Papania and Gilbough interview Maggie, who deflects their questions.
Hart walks out of his interview in response to Papania and Gilbough's accusations against Cohle. Cohle seeks out Hart and they agree to meet and talk.
In , Cohle presents Hart with evidence of a cult he believes is responsible for the disappearance of dozens of women and children along the coast in Louisiana.
Among the evidence is a videotape, which Cohle stole from a safe in Rev. Tuttle's home, of men in costumes and masks ritualistically raping and murdering Marie Fontenot the missing-child case they briefly investigated in Cohle denies killing Tuttle, speculating that others did it to prevent Tuttle from being blackmailed over the tape.
Hart, shaken from watching the videotape, agrees to join the investigation. They learn that Tuttle had an illegitimate half-brother with the surname Childress, whose son had scars on his face.
They also learn that their former colleague Steve Geraci Michael Harney was ordered by his boss Ted Childress—then the sheriff of Vermilion Parish—to cut short his investigation of Fontenot's disappearance.
Hart and Cohle accost Geraci to coerce the details from him, threatening him if he should try to go to the authorities or have them arrested.
Gilbough and Papania ask the same groundskeeper Cohle encountered at Light of the Way Academy in for directions to the burnt-out church.
They drive off without noticing the lower part of his face is heavily scarred. In , the "man with the scars" Glenn Fleshler is shown living in a large house in squalor with a female relative Ann Dowd with whom he has a sexual relationship.Eddie 4 Erwachsenenspiele Online Kostenlos, Bea Santos Initially, True Detective 's first season was Pirates The Game to shoot in Arkansasbut Pizzolatto later chose to film in Louisiana to take advantage of state tax incentives and the area's distinctive landscape:  "There's a contradictory nature to the place and a sort of sinister quality underneath it all Lacey Lindel 2 episodes, Sola Bamis Robert Doumain 2 episodes, Will Davidson 2 episodes,