It’s becoming a little darker in sunny California as True Detective returns to HBO for its second season. Despite a series of leaked photos, fans have patiently awaited for the arrival of the next installment’s first official look.
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HBO’s “True Detective” ended its first season on a high note. Rust and Marty got their man, but more importantly, they found redemption for their pasts in “Form and Void.” More
While some families like to go on vacations or have barbecues, the Tuttles prefer to put on ghoulish animal masks and wearing antlers as crowns. This week, Rust and Marty seem to be inching closer to catching the Dora Lange killer (keyword being “seem”). More
After watching last night’s “True Detective,” I feel like a kid who was working on a puzzle of a bayou bog and just as I finished an obscure corner where the swamp edges with the roots of the trees, someone kicked the puzzle into pieces and poured black paint all over my work. “The Secret Fate of All Life” poured that black paint over everything I wanted to think was going on in “True Detective” and left me with more questions than I thought was possible in a season that’s only aired five episodes so far. More
And so the story unfolds under a storm of gunshots and meth dealing motorcycle gangs. The fourth episode of HBO’s “True Detective,” entitled “Who Goes There,” took the show to the next level last night — and not just because of the epic last scene. The bromance between Rust and Marty is heating up and I for one couldn’t be happier. These two are the best combo on TV since Walter White and Jessie Pinkman in “Breaking Bad.” But the hunt for Reggie Ledoux took a darker turn after Charlie, Doris Lang’s ex-boyfriend, opens up about a devil worshiping, human sacrificing cult hidden in a place called Carcosa ruled by the Yellow King. More