Don’t give up hope of watching Mindhunter season 3 just yet. Netflix has reportedly reopening conversations with David Fincher regarding the next installment of The Widow’s Tale that he had mentioned to AV Club in October 2020 is exhausted from filming.
Although only a rumor about Mindhunter Season 3, it does not seem unreasonable. The filmmakers have never thought the series dead, and neither have streaming platforms, which haven’t canceled it either. At Fincher’s last statements, he expressed his desire to work in a new batch of episodes, but “possibly within five years.” “It’s a 90-hour workweek. It absorbs your whole life.
The production carries a relatively high budget, according to Fincher, given the audience it reaches. It would seem that the best option would be to terminate the fiction in light of the increased investment, the lack of visualizations, and the team’s fatigue. However, the fans are indeed enough to keep the conversation going.
Season two of Mindhunter premiered in August 2019 after filming from April to December 2018. The award-winning American director David Fincher. He has once again called to mind agents Holden Ford and Bill Tench and the psychological study Wendy Carr in his 2007 film Mank. Besides writing crime fiction, she has also finished working on her fourth novel, Love, Death & Robots. Fincher is directing the second season of this anthological animation, and he already has a more specific schedule ready.
Although none of the actors has commented on the matter of Mindhunter Season 3. Jonathan Groff, who plays agent Ford, said that everything depended on Fincher’s projects last year. So we hope that both he and Holt McCallany and Anna Torv are project-free and ready for whatever may happen.