Mindhunter future in doubt

Cast members have been released from their contracts, as questions linger over serial killer drama.

A third season for Mindhunter is in doubt after news cast members have been released from their contracts.

Netflix is not ruling out a third season, but much is dependent on executive producer David Fincher’s schedule.

Fincher is currently working on directing the Netflix film Mank with Gary Oldman as well as executive producing the second season of Love, Death, and Robots. He also has a Chinatown prequel series with Robert Towne, who wrote the original film.

The serial killer profile drama stars Jonathan Groff, Holt McCallany, Anna Torv and has been well received by critics.

Source: Variety

5 Responses

  1. If the main actors are released from their contracts there will be rescheduling issues, this could delay production until late 2020 for a mid to late 2022 release of season 3.
    You would have to think that with production schedules for new shows getting busier Netflix had to re-prioritize its resources and will cancel season 3.
    What is to blame for this situation, more than likely it is Netflix’s convoluted business arrangements with celebrity producers and directors and the budgets involved.

  2. Very disappointed as this was high quality drama. You’d think Netflix would ensure with a series the creator would be available. Or he could hand it over to another capable show runner.

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