Crime dramas are the best. They always include crime and a group of investigating authorities solving them. This has been the go-to genre for so many people, which is why several movies and Tv series have always been made in relation to it. These shows also involve the criminal’s psychological aspect and mind games too. In furtherance to this issue, a Tv series has directly included the FBI’s behavioral sciences unit’s involvement in solving the crime. Yes, you got it right! Mindhunter it is. The crime drama series has gained a step too further and included the behavioral unit in its mystery-solving directly. And the response received for the show in its two seasons also was phenomenal. The series is based on real-life incidents. The series involves real-life events or characters, which makes the show even more enjoyable. Isn’t it?
What is the plot?
The series revolves around FBO agents Holden Ford and Bill Tench, along with psychologist Wendy Carr, who operated the Behavioural Sciences Unit of FBI (training Division). The team interview imprisoned serial killers to understand how they think, with the hope of applying this knowledge to solve ongoing cases.
Season one set in 1977-1980. Notorious killer Edmund Kemper has a recurring role in the season, assisting the team. Season 2 sets in 1980-81 and covers Atlanta murders. The case was based on Wayne Williams.
Any news about Season 3?
No, not yet. Well, Season 2 just got over recently, and it is too early to think of another season. However, the issue is that no words are leaked from the makers of the show about the making of Season 3. Considering the success of the show, it is reasonable to expect another season. Moreover, the series involves real-life incidents, so maybe there are taking their sweet time for giving out something even more exciting and psychologically chilling story. Season 1 and 2 also had a long gap of two years in between, which is why it is very much safe for us to expect another season.