It’s hard to blame someone who’s thrilled to get a real detective premiere date of season 4 as soon as possible. After all, it’s a beloved franchise! The third season 3 was a great rebound for a show that had a tough season 2, and we already know that Jodie Foster is going to lead the way for the next chapter.
So what do we know so far about the latest installment? The title is technically True Detective: Land of Night, and he is also set to play Kali Reis. Production is taking place in Iceland, and this will replace the series real setting in Alaska. Why do that? Well, Iceland has an established production infrastructure, and they also have a history with HBO thanks to game of thrones, where it served as the location for many Jon Snow scenes.
HBO is going to be doing a lot of work setting the stage for what’s to come, but you’re going to be waiting a while for a ton of additional news. Think of it this way: there’s no reason for them to do much to promote this season until at least December, as we’re clearly not diving into Season 4 this year. We might see something more about that in some sort of video in anticipation of what’s to come in 2023. We absolutely think real detective will be back then!
Once we get into spring, we think we’ll start to see the promotion kick into high gear for the new season. We’re currently anticipating that it won’t air until at least the summer. Consider it a consequence of a fairly hectic release schedule elsewhere! Remember HBO already has it coming House of the Dragon, Perry Mason, The Nevers, Succession, The Last of Us, The White Lotus, and a number of other comedy series. The program will be loaded for a while.
Ultimately, we just hope Season 4 captures a lot of what has made the show great over the years.
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