Ali won the Best Supporting Actor category at this year's Oscars for his role in Best Picture Winner Moonlight. After massive success with both fans and critics during the initial season, the second season failed to impress either, with convoluted storylines, excessively twisted plots, and an unsatisfying ending for most, among other issues.
Should the talks pan out and a third season get the green light, Ali will follow in the footsteps of Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, who starred in the first season, and Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams, and Taylor Kitsch, who headlined the second. But a third season remains up in the air. After it came to an end, nothing was ever mentioned regarding a third season of the show.
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HBO's head of programming Casey Bloys last summer called the project "a valuable franchise" and acknowledged the network was still "open to another season", assuring fans "it's not dead". At the time he assured that while there hadn't been anything greenlit yet, there was always room to reconsider bringing the show back if the right story was written.
Should the third season go in a different direction, Ali certainly has the emotional range and charisma to handle anything they throw at him.
So for Season 3, it's vitally important that True Detective gets back to the core of what works about the show.
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HBO has yet to comment on the fate of True Detective, we do know a few additional details.
"I take the blame. 'Gee, I'd love to repeat that next year, '" he added.
A third season of "True Detective" isn't a sure thing yet but an Oscar victor signing on to star might be what seals the deal... He had to reinvent the wheel, so to speak.
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