True Detective: Night Country Showrunner Reveals The David Fincher Classic That Most Inspired The Arctic Murder Mystery


True Detective has had an intriguing history across its 10 years and four seasons on HBO. Though the first season with Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey felt like a revelation among police procedurals that was an immediate hit with fans and critics alike, people never warmed up to Season 2 of the anthology, and the third outing was praised, but popular to a much lesser extent. Starring Jodie Foster and Kali Reis, True Detective: Night Country is now upon us, and the Season 4 showrunner has revealed the David Fincher classic that most inspired this season of the drama.

What David Fincher Classic Most Inspired True Detective: Night Country?

While viewers have only just been fully introduced to True Detective: Night Country with the Season 4 premiere being part of the 2024 TV schedule (you can also watch with a Max subscription), many critics have already applauded the new season and likened it to the initial outing that delivered complex characters, disturbing violence, and distinct horror vibes. Showrunner Issa López has taken the reins from Nic Pizzolatto, and she’s opened up to Deadline about the classic David Fincher film that she took inspiration from when spearheading this season.

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