'True Detective' might be revived for third season

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HBO has not yet granted a third season order for the crime anthology series and it would not confirm the news.

It's been nearly two years since the second season aired on HBO.

While a third series has not yet been greenlit and new episodes are still uncertain, fans of the show will hope that True Detective returns to the heights of its first series which starred McConaughey and Woody Harrelson in 2014.

HBO has not yet confirmed these updates and has not yet given a greenlight for "True Detective" season 3 but fans of the show are already expecting for the good news anytime soon.

According to a report in Variety, HBO and Pizzolatto have a deal which keeps the writer with the network through 2018.

"No", he replied. "But that conversation you and I had caught wings, because I hear that all the time now". "I haven't asked every one of the 12 million viewers who is watching, but I think what he's doing is so much bolder, braver and satisfying that what I'm seeing in film". I set him up. He is now developing a Perry Mason series with Robert Downey Jr. for the cable network. Despite the hindrances, though, HBO's programming president, Casey Bloys, said a year ago that "True Detective" is not yet dead but the network does not have any take yet on doing another season. As we approach two years without a follow-up, however, it appears that work has begun on a third season. At the same time, he said that he was open to working in the third season, if he is impressed with the writing.

For Milch, the collaboration continues his long-standing relationship with HBO, home to his last three TV series.

Like a decades-old murder case where the deranged killer was never caught, HBO's True Detective won't stay buried.

Now may be the flawless time for HBO to add another writer to the series. Now, True Detective Season 2 is a little more batshit insane, this we know, but stranger things have happened. The big news here is the reported involvement of David Milch, the brilliantly grumpy mind behind NYPD Blue, Deadwood, and the short-lived Luck.