True Detective

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The Lunar Calendar Is Key to 'True Detective' Season 3's Mystery

Either the Moon is telling the audience something about Wayne Hays, or the show made a really stupid mistake.
Matthew Gault
1.20.19
tv

It’s OK to Call ‘True Detective’ Season 3 Pretentious

The new HBO season is trying hard to hang onto former glory at the risk of sacrificing substance.
Noel Ransome
1.14.19
The VICE Guide to Right Now

This New 'True Detective' Trailer Looks Incredible, Thank God

Let Mahershala Ali wipe away those bad memories of season two.
River Donaghey
11.2.18
Film

'Hold the Dark' Is the Most Brutal Movie on Netflix

On the heels of his success with 'Green Room,' Jeremy Saulnier's first big-budget film is a sensible departure from his past work.
Alex Norcia
10.11.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Here's Our First Look at Mahershala Ali in the New Season of 'True Detective'

Season three debuts next January.
River Donaghey
8.27.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Yes, 'True Detective' Is Returning for a Third Season

Mahershala Ali stars in the new season, which is set in the Ozarks.
River Donaghey
9.1.17
PROFILES

Suicideyear Is the World’s Best Pizza-Making Beatmaker

We visit New Orleans to find out where its rising producer hangs out and the local legend that is Boosie
Will Schube
8.2.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Mahershala Ali Will Star in the Third Season of ‘True Detective’

And the new episode scripts are supposedly "terrific."
River Donaghey
7.27.17
True Detective

Follow the Bitcoin From the Shadow Brokers NSA Hacking Tool Auction

Is the hacking group finally cashing out?
Jordan Pearson
5.29.17
Broadly

The Anti-Childbirth Advocates Who Say We're All Better Off Dead

"Sentience just opens everyone up to suffering, whether they're human or animal."
Jessica Bateman
1.3.17
Stuff

How Stephen King Made Pop Culture Weird

The prolific author, who just turned 69, is responsible for making your movies and TV shows eerie and your books bizarre.
Lincoln Michel
9.27.16
News

The Mysterious, Unsolved Case of Eight Dead Sex Workers in the Louisiana Bayou

Allegations of politicians and cops patronizing prostitutes and negligence by local law enforcement are still swirling around the brutal killings of eight women between 2005 and 2009.
Seth Ferranti
9.12.16
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