The release of the fourth season of “True Detective” has been postponed to 2024

The series returns in winter.

The fourth season of “True Detective” will be released later than planned. According to Deadline, the new chapter of HBO’s crime anthology has been postponed by the TV network to January 2024. At the official level, the reasons for the postponement are not explained, but many film and television projects are now often postponed due to the ongoing strikes of the actors’ and screenwriters’ guilds.

The action of the new part of the anthology takes place in Ennis, Alaska, where six employees of the Arctic research station “Tsalal” disappear without a trace in the polar night. Detectives Liz Danvers (Jodie Foster) and Evangeline Navarro (Kali Reis) are taken along to investigate the mysterious disappearance. In search of the truth, the heroines encounter the ghosts of their past and the dark truth hidden beneath the thick ice of the Arctic.

In addition to those mentioned, the cast of the new season includes John Hawkes, Christopher Eccleston, Fiona Shaw, Finn Bennett, Aka Niviana, Anna Lamb, Joel Mongran and Isabella Star Lablan. The showrunner and director of all episodes was Issa Lopez (“Everything is bad”), and Alan Page (“Shining”) worked with her on the script. Executive producers included “Moonlight” director Barry Jenkins, as well as Matthew McConaughey, Woody Harrelson, Cary Fukunaga and series creator Nick Pizzolatto. The latter did not take an active part in the production.

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