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'True Detective' Season 3 In The Works; David Milch Joins Team

Update Date: Mar 28, 2017 11:49 PM EDT

"True Detective" has a bright future ahead on HBO. The cable network has recruited a well-known actor to join the team. Read on to learn more details about "True Detective" Season 3.

"True Detective" fans are waiting for this update. The third installment might happen really soon with the help of creator Nic Pizzolatto. According to Entertainment Weekly, the show will include the addition of a brand new member.

David Milch Joins "True Detective" Season 3

The outlet tapped David Milch to work alongside the show's helmer. The award-winning writer-producer previously worked on "Deadwood" and "NYPD Blue." Milch's last known works are "Luck" (2012) and "The Money" (2013).

"True Detective" Season 3 is still in its "early stages." Sources said that HBO felt that the creative partnership will beneficial to everyone. Milch is known for his unique working methods and writing styles.

According to the report, Milch will not take the role of the showrunner. The series has yet to reveal their choice who will lead the cast and crew.

Pizzolatto had a highly-acclaimed run for the first season. However, he had a problem in maintaining the style in "True Detective" Season 2.

Other "True Detective" Details You Should Know

"True Detective" Season 1, which aired in 2014 on HBO, included Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson. Meanwhile, the second season had stellar actors to play the characters. Some of the cast members were Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams, Taylor Kitsch, Kelly Reilly, and Vince Vaughn.

Nic Pizzolatto worked as the creator and one of the producers. Season 1 lead stars Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson joined him as fellow EPs. Other producers are Steve Golin, Richard Brown, Scott Stephens and Cary Joji Fukunaga.

There are still no known details regarding the cast and crew for the third season. Are you excited for the return of the HBO show? Stay tuned for more updates about "True Detective" Season 5.

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