‘Mindhunter’ director urges fans to “make noise” to get season three

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“If you make enough noise, it can really…”

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one of the directors of mindhunter has urged fans to “make enough noise” so that the series can return for a third season.

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The hit Netflix show, which follows the early days of criminal profiling, last dropped in 2019, though there’s a lot of uncertainty about its future.

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However, Asif Kapadia – who directed the two Minhunter Episodes in season one – have supported fans’ demands for the show to make for a third season.

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“Viewers around the world need to let @netflix know that there is genuine interest and demand for season 3 of @MINDHUNTER_. If you make enough noise, it can actually happen…. #DavidFincher #mindhunter,” he tweeted.

Last October, executive producer David Fincher suggested it was unlikely to return for season three, which came only after Netflix confirmed that the show was indefinitely delayed, with stars Jonathan Groff, Holt McClaney and Anna Torv was all released from his contract.

Fincher said mindhunter “Maybe” was done, adding: “Listen, for viewership, it was an expensive show.

“We talked about ‘finish’ standards And then see how you feel, ‘But I honestly don’t think we’re going to be able to do this in less time than in season two. And on some level, you have to be realistic about keeping an eye on the dollar equivalent.”

David Fincher. Credits: Getty Images.

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In April, however, reports emerged that Fincher was in talks with Netflix to bring the series back.

“I can really tell you about it mindhunter Are there talks between Netflix and Fincher? They are discussing the possibility of bringing the show back for a third season,” said sources close to Netflix. smallscreen.

“It’s still very early days, but Fincher is more excited about the project.”

Last week, speculation was rife that a mindhunter The announcement was imminent after a tease from Netflix, before it was confirmed that Fincher was indeed releasing a new documentary series called See.

The show has been described as “a new documentary series of visual essays celebrating cinema from the mind of one of the modern masters of film”.

together See, Fincher is producing a killer drama with Michael Fassbender called murderer, and is also working on a mini-series based on ‘Cancel Culture’.

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