Want to know what lies ahead on Mindhunter season 2? Leading up to the series’ big premiere on August 16, the folks over at Netflix have released a full-fledged trailer.
Our impression from this is very much clear — we are gearing up for a season that is all sorts of dark, twisted, and creepy. It’s going to raise significant questions about the psychology of killers, and it will also challenge Jonathan groff’s character of Holden Ford in some ways that we have not seen so far. At the center of the trailer is the Atlanta Child Murders, an investigation that is as difficult and horrific as you’re going to see. A part of the problem spotlighted in the trailer is the inability to get to the trie bottom of what is going on here. Is this the work of the Klan, a terrorist organization, or someone acting on their own? While we know thanks to history, the characters within this world are not privy to any of that.
Throughout the season, be prepared for a number of infamous names to be referenced. As a matter of fact, you hear Charles Manson stated within this trailer alone.
Through Mindhunter season 2, what we are hoping to get is a solid window into a world that is all things dark and twisted. It’s been a long time since season 1 aired, so we’re also hoping that the first episode or two will give you more of a sense as to what happened the first go-around for everyone who forget. We’d definitely understand if people need a little bit of a memory update. (It’s less than two weeks out now from the series’ return, but Netflix has shown itself to have more and more of a habit these days of hyping up their shows within a short period of time. It’s one of the ways to catch fire — and for everyone who does want a season 3, we know that to be very much appreciated.
Ultimately, we’re more intrigued than ever for Mindhunter season 2 thanks to this trailer. Because of that, clearly Netflix succeeded in their goal.
What do you want to see when it comes to Mindhunter season 2?
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