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The Philosophy of True Detective – Wisecrack Edition

January 29, 2019
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The Philosophy of True Detective – Wisecrack Edition

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The first season of True Detective is well known for engaging with pessimist themes, but the philosophy of pessimism goes beyond just the ramblings of Rust Cohle. It permeates the very fabric of the show – woven into its aesthetics, its references to other works, and even its missteps. Join us in this Wisecrack Edition as we discuss HOW True Detective creates an atmosphere of pessimism.

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Written by: Leo Cookman Directed by: Michael Luxemburg Hosted by: Jared Bauer Edited by: Andrew Nishimura Motion Graphics by: Drew Levin Produced by: Emily Dunbar References: “Infinite Resignation” by Eugene Thacker “A Feeling of Wrongness” by Joseph Packer and Ethan Stoneman Image Citations: Photo of James Ellroy by Guillaume Paumier, CC-BY. (https://guillaumepaumier.com/) (via Wikipedia) Photo of Nic Pizzolatto by Frederick M. Brown – © 2014 – Getty Images Entertainment – Image courtesy gettyimages.com Cover by Sylvain Cordurié (http://sylvaincordurie.over-blog.com/), French edition of Robert M. Price (ed.), “The Hastur Cycle”, Oriflam, January 2000, ISBN 2-912979-06-4. (via Wikipedia) Dominique Signoret (http://signodom.club.fr/) – An artist’s visual representation of the Elder God Cthulu. (via Wikipedia) Dominique Signoret (http://signodom.club.fr/) – Vision d’artiste de Yog-Sothoth. (via Wikipedia) © 2019 Wisecrack, Inc.

True Detective is an American anthology crime drama television series created and written by Nic Pizzolatto. The series, broadcast by the premium cable network HBO in the United States, premiered on January 12, 2014. Each season of the series is structured as a disparate, self-contained narrative, employing new cast ensembles and following various sets of characters and settings.

The first season, starring Matthew McConaugheyWoody HarrelsonMichelle MonaghanMichael Potts, and Tory Kittles, takes place in Louisiana and follows a pair of Louisiana State Police homicide detectives, and their pursuit of a serial killer over a 17-year period. The second season, starring Colin FarrellRachel McAdamsTaylor KitschKelly Reilly, and Vince Vaughn,[1][2] is set in California, and focuses on three detectives from three cooperating police departments and a criminal-turned-businessman as they investigate a series of crimes they believe are linked to the murder of a corrupt politician. The third season, starring Mahershala AliCarmen EjogoStephen DorffScoot McNairy and Ray Fisher, takes place in the Ozarksover three separate time periods as two state police detectives investigate a macabre crime involving two missing children.

The first season received generally excellent reviews from critics and earned high ratings for HBO. It was nominated for and won numerous awards and other accolades, chiefly for its acting, cinematography, writing, and direction. Reception to the second season was more divided, though the show maintained high viewership for HBO.

The third season was greenlit in August 2017, with Mahershala Ali cast in the lead role. Pizzolatto, Jeremy Saulnier and Daniel Sackheim serve as directors. Pizzolatto is the primary writer alongside David Milch and Graham Gordy. It premiered on January 13, 2019.[3]

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