The Crime based series that Features on Netflix, Mindhunter is based on a crime book, named Mindhunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit by John E. Douglass and Mark Olshaker.
The first season premiered in 2017 followed by a second one in August 2019 and the fans are now awaiting the third season to be on air soon with the popularity and viewership the first two seasons gained.
The show follows the story of events centering around Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) and Bill Tench (Holt McCallany), along with psychologist Wendy Carr (Anna Torv) and their interactions with serial killers who are imprisoned, they interview them to understand the workings of their minds and implement this to solve other serial killer crimes.
The crime theme and amazing portrayal with the average storyline are what appeals to the audience in the show. The first season is set in 1977-1980 with featuring the serial killer, Edmund Kemper (Cameron Britton). Whereas the second season was set in 1979-1981 featuring the story of Wayne Williams, which is an intriguing was is inspired by real events!
The theme of the FBI’s unit of behavioral sciences and research when it initially began in the past is amazingly portrayed in the Netflix featuring series.
Now let’s move on to the important question!
Will there be a Mindhunter season 3?
Unfortunately, it comes as bad news for all our fans but the director, David Fincher has officially announced that he will be putting Mindhunters on hold. So apparently we can’t expect season 3 to come on screen anytime soon. Fincher has shifted his focus on other projects of his, stating that he will surely look back at mindhunters for a third season after a while, but not anytime soon!
This being said, if we ever get a Mindhunter season 3, the story would be worth waiting for, with progressing in the context of ways of serial killers and more real-life stories, the audience will be in for a treat. But until then, let’s shift our focus onto other things! Why don’t you check out our other articles, linked right here for you :