Mindhunter is an American crime investigation television show, created by Joe Penhall, based on the real crime book Mindhunter.
It debuted around the world in 2017 and has played with the minds of its fans since its release. The show revolves around FBI agent Holden Ford and Bill Tench along with psychologist Wendy Carr.
They interview serial killers to understand their thinking, to solve their ongoing cases with the same knowledge.
The first season was set in the 70s, while the second was in the 80s. However, the second season of the show covered the 1979-81 Atlanta murder, which was a real case of Wayne Williams, who was charged with the murder of two adult men and was never convicted of 28 children and adolescents. We have to see what the future holds for us next season.
David Fincher reported that the show was worth five seasons. The show is just getting started and it has successfully released two seasons, with more on the way. The first two installments cover four periods of crime, which is just the beginning of the era.
However, Mindhunter Season 3 has yet to be officially renewed by teammates. The crew members have a lot on the plate to keep track of.
More Focus On Brian
At the end of the second season, we saw Bill and his wife Nancy worried about their son Brian. There was the murder of a little boy in his neighborhood. Later, the parents found out that Brian was involved in the boy’s death, causing him to back off.
This story can take a complete turn in the next season. Brian, therefore, will have many stories to develop in the future.
Become An Anthology
The release of the cast members from their contract confirmed that Netflix had released them. Now they are encouraged to find other works.
Perhaps, the streaming giant plans to turn the show into something different.
The only solution to avoid further chaos is to turn the show into an anthology series. Nobody knows the fate of the show; We have to wait to see what the future holds.
Netflix is unlikely to cancel the show. Sooner or later, it will surely be on the web. For now, David Fincher is focusing on his two projects which are, ‘Mank’ and ‘Love, Death, and Robots’.
Meanwhile, the streaming service has kept the show on an indefinite halt. Don’t lose hope because the show will surely return.