Netflix has given up thumbs-up to a second season of Mindhunter, the new series starring two-time Tony nominee Jonathan Groff. The show stars Jonathan Groff and Holt McCallany, and it focuses on a critical point in time for the Federal Bureau of Investigation as it entered a transition period in how it began to understand and apprehend the serial killers of the late 1970s.
Mindhunter stars Jonathan Groff as Holden Ford, Holt McCallany as Bill Tench, Anna Torv as Wendy Carr, Hannah Gross as Debbie Mitford and newcomer Cameron Britton as serial killer Edmund Kemper.
In (bizarrely) an interview with Billboard about the music within the series, executive producer David Fincher dropped a big spoiler for what the series will cover next. With a new batch of episodes from the hit series on the way, our dreams of Mindhunter: The Musical just might come true.
Franken breaks silence, says he's 'embarrassed and ashamed'
Franken said that he did not remember taking the picture but added that he felt "badly" that Menz felt "disrespected". The first woman to come forward with allegations of impropriety against Franken was Tweeden , a female radio host.
"We need to talk to more subjects", reads one on Instagram, accompanied by a brief video teaser.
In a recent interview with Billboard, David Fincher said that Season 2 would primarily center on the infamous Atlanta child murders, in which almost 30 African-American children, teens, and young adults were kidnapped and killed between 1979 and 1981. To add an extra chill, the serial killers featured and portrayed on the show are real, and their crimes every bit as haunting as in the series. The first season is now streaming on Netflix, following the October premiere.
Are you looking forward to season two?
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