'True Detective' Season 3 Trailer: Mahershala Ali Hunts the Past

'True Detective' Season 3 Trailer: Mahershala Ali Hunts the Past

'True Detective' Season 3 Trailer: Mahershala Ali Hunts the Past

The first teaser of the is all about the Oscar victor investigating a malicious crime and finding himself going deeper and deeper into the heart of darkness, and it looks stupendous.

Other cast members include Stephen Dorff as Ali's state police partner, Scoot McNair as "a father who suffers a bad loss" and Mamie Gummer as a "young mother of two at the center" of the crime.

True Detective Season 3, set to premiere in January 2019, will be set in three different time periods and will explore a mystery that spans decades. The anthology crime drama focuses on a new cast each season.

Mahershala Ali in the trailer for the third season of HBO's "True Detective".

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When True Detective first came on the scene it totally blew us away.

Of course, no crime on True Detective is ever what it seems - so the case at hand is hardly one just centered on missing children. Ali will play the lead role of Wayne Hays, a state police detective from Northwest Arkansas'. "I want to know the whole story", states Ali in the voiceover as his character struggles to connect the dots.

The second season of "True Detective" starred Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams, Taylor Kitsch, and Vince Vaughn. Saulnier left the production after two episodes due to scheduling conflicts, with veteran TV director Daniel Sackheim sharing shooting duties with show creator Nic Pizzolatto for the remainder of the season. My job... there's no certainty.

"This case is more haunting than anything", Ali says in the video.

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