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What Challenges Await For The Pair Of Holden Ford And Bill Trench In S3 Of Mindhunter?

After huge success from season one and two of Mind Hunter, the viewers have waited eagerly for season 3 of this series. But they have to wait as the director David Fincher of this dark thriller series has confirmed the delay in shooting.

The director has confirmed that they have not yet started the filming process of the series as of now as he was busy in another series named Mank. All the Star casts have released from his long term contract as they can work in their respective projects.

It means the director has given the hint that season 3 may not come in 2020. Before season three arrived, season one and two caught the attention of the audience. It was one of the most-watched series of the Netflix.

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When We Can Expect The Release Date :

Season one and two came in the year 2017 and 2019, respectively. So fans are expecting the season 3 around the end of 2021 or most probably at the beginning of 2022. And the filming process may get late due to the current COVID-19 Pandemic.

Storyline Of MH:

The story has based upon two FBI agents Holden Ford and Bill trench, along with Wendy Carr. They were investigating the cases of serial killers. In mid-1977-1980, there was a serial killer who was helping the FBI agents to solve various criminal cases.

Season 2 took place in 1980 in Atlanta city. It was a real story of Wayne William, who was the real victim of the murders. But he has never found guilty for the process. Anna Torv, as Wendy Carr, will return in season 3.

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There will be more new characters in the series who will play some vital role and create some suspense. The series is upon the original novel of Mind Hunter, and it will somehow follow the original storyline from the novel. 

Akhil Khokhar
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