The Mindhunter fans All binge-watched through all the nine episodes published. And that also with lightning pace. And ever since that time, fans are wondering about Season 3 of Mindhunter.
Mindhunter is a Netflix Original crime-drama collection. It’s based on the publication Mindhunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit by John Douglas and Mark Olshaker. When it published in October 2017, the show instantly became a hit. And it seems the season is not going to be any different. Notably, the hype about Mindhunter Season 3 proves.
Although Season 3 of Mindhunter has not got the green signal on Netflix yet. But it looks like it will get it given how Netflix wouldn’t want to disappoint so many of its readers who are Mindhunter fanatics that are big-time. So here’s everything you need to know about Mindhunter Season 3:
Season 3 release date of Mindhunter
Season 1 of Mindhunter exploded on Netflix screens back in October 2017. Followed by a preceding wait of nearly two decades for another season. Season two of Mindhunter eventually released in August 2019. The wait was agonizing.
Given that the in-depth research and work that was to-details, that is needed for the several seasons of Mindhunter. This means the wait for Season 3 of Mindhunter is going to be even more extensive. And because Netflix has given a go-signal for Mindhunter Season 3.
There’s another reason behind the delay for another season of Mindhunter. Since showrunner David Fincher who is the driving force of the series is currently prioritizing his film instead of Mindhunter Season 3.
Season 3 cast of Mindhunter
Given if and if Season 3 of Mindhunter gets the green signal from Netflix, there are characters who are likely to return in the upcoming season. Season 3 of Mindhunter will have Special Agents Holden Ford (played by Jonathan Groff) and Bill Tench (played by Holt McCallany) back.
And them, the ones who may be back in Mindhunter Season 3 are — psychology professor & FBI consultant Wendy Carr (played with Anna Torv), Special Agent Gregg Smith (played with Joe Tuttle), Bill’s wife Nancy (played by Stacey Roca), FBI Chief Ted Gunn (played with Michael Cerveris), Bill and Nancy’s adopted son Brian (played with Zachary Scott Ross), along with also the BTC killer’ Dennis Rader (played by Sonny Valicenti).
Then there’s also a chance the audience may see Ed Kemper (played by Cameron Britton) once again in the upcoming season. As of this moment, there is no news about any new faces speculated to be joining the cast of Mindhunter Season 3.
Serial Killer in Mindhunter Season 3?
As of now, there’s no update or leaked news about even a tiny bit of Season 3 of Mindhunter’s plot detail. Although it’s extremely likely that Season 3 will contain much more extreme and new serial killers getting interviewed by Agents Ford and Tench.
For example — one of the names that are famous, the name of Ted Bundy is the one that is receiving the maximum hype. In addition to Bundy, there’s a chance of Butch Baker, Green River Killer, Night Stalker, Milwaukee Cannibal, and Buffalo’s .22-caliber killer to appear in Season 3 of Mindhunter.
Keeping aside all this, we are here to discuss Brian Tench, the adopted son of Bill and Nancy Tench. In coworker Holden Ford, Tench confides in Season 1 his adopted son Brian doesn’t really speak. Tench reported that while the boy could talk, he did not. And this stressed Tench.
We have the inside scoop that there was a narrative in. And this was confirmed the actor who stars as Special Agent Bill Tench, by Holt McCallany. However, the group was not too keen on this storyline since it seemed a little too on the nose is a sure way.
But, Brian looks like a child. He’d talk up once to ask a question. And though he may not develop to a serial killer. But no doubt that his narrative is extremely troubled.