True Detective TV Series: Season 1 Form and Void. What the review says?

True Detective TV Series is an American TV show, an anthology crime drama series on HBO. Its first season is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga. The line up of stars is comprised by Matthew McConaughey as Det. Rustin "Rust" Cohle, Woody Harrelson as Det. Martin "Marty" Hart, Michelle Monaghan as Maggie Hart, Michael Potts as Det. Maynard Gilbough, and Tory Kittles as Det. Thomas Papania.


This TV show is both created and written by Nic Pizzolatto. For the initial season, there are eight (8) episodes namely:

  1. The Long Bright Dark
  2. Seeing Things
  3. The Locked Room
  4. Who Goes There
  5. The Secret Fate of All Life
  6. Haunted Houses
  7. After You've Gone
  8. Form and Void

It was originally ran from January 12, 2014 to present.

The Season One of True Detective TV series has just shown its finale episode - Form and Void, and from what major TV related articles have stated, it created more questions rather than answers, at least for the HBO drama heavy fans.

According to a review released by, the series can be labeled as "great" but the finale is more of lacking something in the real sense.

For one, the ending episode is somewhat where True Detective's flow flipped at a reason not so convincing. Marty and Rust kind of discovered good life again and eventually became buddies.

True Detective (TV Series) (2014). Are you following True Detective TV Series? You must be excited for the coming of its second season.

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