For all the fans of the dark and psychological drama, Mindhunter season 3 will take some time because the lead cast, director and creators are busy on various other projects. But this does not mean to wait years for the gripping dark psychological drama. Catch all the latest details about the cast, release date, plot, and expectations about the series’ future.
Release date of Mindhunter season 3
As director David Fincher is busy in other projects, Netflix has not renewed Mindhunter for the third season. It seems that the director has prioritized the Mank, upcoming movie, and Love, Death, and Robots, a Netflix series. That’s why we are facing a delay in having dark drama series for the third season.
Interesting news comes that the lead cast of the show including Jonathan Groff as Holden Ford, Holt McCallany as Bill Tench, and Anna Torv as Wendy Carr release from their contracts. This suggests months of delay in Mindhunter Season 3 release. At the time of this writing, there are no confirm release dates but we’ll keep you posted.
When will it be aired?
At the time of this writing, no shooting schedule for Mindhunter season 3 has appeared, which suggests that no shoot will take place until the director’s movie the Mank gets released. The second season wrapped up shooting in eight months. By this, the third season will air in 2022.
The cast of Mindhunter season 3
The reports say that the lead actors of the show, Jonathan Groff as Holden Ford, Holt McCallany as Bill Tench and Anna Torv as Wendy Carr, have been released from their contracts due to the busy schedule of the director.
This may result in the loss of the major cast in the future if they get other shows. The aforementioned cast will only be reunited by managing schedules according to their latest shows.
Mindhunter Season 3 Expectations
Excluding the lead cast as mentioned above, other cast members possibly to reunite for Mindhunter season 3 are Stacey Roca as Bill’s wife Nancy Tench (Roca was promoted to series regular for season two), Joe Tuttle as Greg Smith (likewise promoted) and Michael Cerveris as Ted Gunn, the new overseer of the Behavioral Science Unit.
Stay tuned for latest updates!