Mindhunter back? Netflix teases fans with ad with David Fincher

2019 It has already started complicated for fans of Mindhunter, who went into limbo due to the unavailability of director David Fincher, who took a break from the plot to focus on the second season of Love, Death and Robots and the movie Mank, both for Netflix. Not knowing if the series would be canceled or if it would win a third season, many people despaired.

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  • In April of this year, it seems that possibilities have opened up again for the series: according to Small Screen, a source close to the platform indicated that this creative break in the series was coming to an end, as well as suggesting that representatives from the company have been meeting with David Fincher to plan the drama’s return.

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    “All I can really say about Mindhunter is that conversations between Netflix and Fincher are ongoing. are discussing the possibility of bringing the show back for a third season. It’s still too early, but Fincher seems more optimistic. is about the project,” said Edward Lauder, journalist for the site. At the time, Mank was already nominated for an Oscar and the second season of Love, Death and Robots was well underway to debut in streaming. Since then, there has been no more news regarding the production.

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    • However, on the afternoon of last Tuesday (12), Netflix Film’s Twitter made a post that left fans of the series curious: is Fincher planning to return with Mindhunter?

      “Something special is coming tomorrow from David Fincher,” the company wrote. The reaction of fans of the series was almost unanimous, but there are still doubts about whether it is Mindhunter,since the The profile that published the mystery was precisely that of the original Netflix movies.

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      With the hiatus from the series in 2019, the cast members were released from their contracts in January and, even without actually being canceled, Mindhunter was tossed into an archived projects drawer. In addition to the workload required to produce the attraction, as Fincher had already reported in previous interviews, the production, although drawing a lot of audience, is high-budget. After season two, Fincher even spoke with Cindy Holland, Netflix’s vice president of original content at the time, and CEO Ted Sarandos about the high costs of producing the title.

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  • Mindhunter

      came to Netflix on 1980 and won its second season in 2019. Darling of the awards, the series stars Jonathan Groff, Anna Torv, Holt McCallany and Stacey Roca. The story is based on one of the first criminal profilers of serial killers, John E. Douglas, following the routine and work of FBI agents Holden Ford (Groff), Bill Tench (McCallany) and psychologist Wendy Carr (Torv) over the decades of 1024 and 2017.

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        Both seasons are still available in Netflix.

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