The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - TV Guide - - Front Page -

MINDHUNTER junkies will be des­per­ate to be­gin their binge of sea­son two; two years af­ter the first sea­son cap­ti­vated and creeped out its au­di­ence. Its key cast re­turns, in­clud­ing Jonathan Groff (picutred) as agent Holden Ford, and Anna Torv as Wendy Carr; with Torv’s Se­cret City co-star Da­mon Her­ri­man set to make a chilling ap­pear­ance as mass mur­derer Charles Man­son (a role he’s also play­ing in Quentin Tarantino’s new flick, OnceUponAT­imeInHol­ly­wood). Based on the shock­ing At­lanta child mur­ders of the 1970s, Ford leads a new in­ves­ti­ga­tion into the dis­ap­pear­ance and deaths of at least 28 black chil­dren and young adults, which baf­fled au­thor­i­ties over a two-year pe­riod. The Klu Klux Klan is sus­pected but Ford is not con­vinced and that puts him at odds with his own team and lo­cal in­ves­ti­ga­tors. For those true crime

by for­mer FBI agent John Dou­glas, who, along with his for­mer part­ner at the FBI, Robert K Ressler, was a pi­o­neer in crim­i­nal pro­fil­ing and the study of se­rial killers (a term Ressler is cred­ited with coin­ing). This is Law&Or­der: SVU in the early days, with­out all the modern sur­veil­lance tools. While this sea­son runs to just eight episodes, an­other sea­son is expected to get the green light.

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