Jeremy Saulnier should be in charge of the season with Nic Pizzolatto, but Daniel Sackheim stepped in for the duration.
There are some small changes in the long, delayed third season of HBO's True Detective
: director and executive producer Jeremy Saulnier, who will be in charge of the show with creator Nic Pizzolatto gone after completing the first two episodes. Prolifer TV helper Daniel Sackheim, known for FX The Americans fills the void. Although the number of episodes in the series is still unknown, Sackheim is expected to share all episodes with Pizzolatto, who will be directing for the first time this season.
An HBO spokesman made the following statement about the switch: Director and Executive Producer Jeremy Saulnier has completed the first two episodes of Season 3 True Detective and is due to date problems to stop production Daniel Sackheim is come on board as director and executive producer for the series serial architect and director Nic Pizzolatto. Ironically, finding a director for the third season of True Detective was one of the series's biggest raids. "I've read five screenplays about the new season and think they're great," HBO said. Chef Casey Bloys in July 201
The third season of True Detective had stood for a while. Rummers of Pizzolatto HBO signs its comeback on the once-hot drama circus since HBO signed it The third installment, HBO, in August 2017 confirmed, will try to free the series from the critical bashing she experienced in season two following her first year outing with Woody Harrelso and Matthew McConaughey. Oscar winner Mahershala Ali is playing Oscar winner Ali Sherman in this season's third season Story of a macabre crime in the heart of the Ozarks, a mystery that will deepen over decades and live its life in three different time periods. Pizzolatto is the only author in the series, with the exception of David Milch, who co-wrote the fourth episode. Carmen Ejogo, Stephen Dorff, Scoot McNairy, Mamie Gummer and Ray Fisher complete the cast.
The third season is expected to begin in 2019.
Variety first reported the news of the shutdown of the director.