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David Fincher's 'Mindhunter' Renewed For Season 2 By Netflix

David Fincher's 'Mindhunter' Renewed For Season 2 By Netflix

Probably not a huge surprise for fans of the show, but Netflix announced today they're renewing Joe Penhall's drama Mindhunter for a second season.

Starring Jonathan Groff, Anna Torv, and Holt McCallany as every binge-watcher's favorite team of psychopath investigators, Mindhunter was already narratively poised to embark on a second season.

In (bizarrely) an interview with Billboard about the music within the series, executive producer David Fincher dropped a big spoiler for what the series will cover next. It follows the work of two Federal Bureau of Investigation agents (Groff and McCallany) in the criminal psychology department as they interview serial killers in prison, trying to understand the inner workings of their minds, choices, and behaviors.

Fincher, who also directed four episodes, has his other hit Netflix series, "House of Cards", on hiatus since the revelations of star Kevin Spacey's inappropriate behavoir.

While it's far too early to talk premiere dates for Season Two, the first season ran this October so we can expect at least a year in between seasons.

Now we just have to wait for season two.

Season one of Mindhunter is streaming on Netflix now. Cameron Britton is probably one of the show's breakout stars from the first season, as he took on the role of serial killer Ed Kemper. The first season is now streaming on Netflix, following the October premiere.

In the meantime: have you folks caught up with Mindhunter yet?