HBO\'s blockbuster crime thriller series True Detective season 2 is yet to premiere, but fans are anxious to watch the first trailer of the popular series.
Fan Sided suspects that the series will premiere parallel with Game of Thrones season 5, however the network is yet to declare a date.
HBO released the trailer for season 1 two months ahead of its premiere and fans are expecting to see the first look of the popular series in February as it is rumoured to premiere during summer this year.
Den of Greek meanwhile reported that the plot of the HBO crime thriller has been leaked and according to the website, this time the story will focus on a murderer who engraves satanic symbols on the chest of his victims.
Below is the leaked plot description:
\"The second season of True Detective will follow the death of Ben Caspar, the corrupt city manager of a fictional California city who\'s found brutally murdered amid a potentially groundbreaking transportation deal that would forever change freeway gridlock in the state. Three law enforcement officers from different cities and branches of the government are tasked with finding out who did it. They soon discover their investigation has much broader and darker implications than they initially thought. Caspar\'s 52-year-old corpse is found on a lonely stretch of Pacific Coast Highway near Big Sur—satanic symbols etched on his chest. It turns out he had a penchant for rough sex and may have been involved in the occult.\"
In the season one of the award winning series, the crime drama took place in Louisiana where Rust Cohle and Martin Harte (played by Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey respectively) try to uncover a conspiratorial serial murder case.
In season 1, the crime drama took place in Louisiana where Cohle and Harte try to uncover a conspiratorial serial murder case.
True Detective season 2 will have Colin Farrell as Ray Velcoro, Vince Vaughn as Frank Semyon and Rachel McAdams as Ani Bezzerides.
All the episodes of the second series are written by show creator Nic Pizzolatto.