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Mindhunter Season 2 to Launch on Netflix August 16

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Adrian Cunningham | 18 July, 2019, 13:11

Executive producer and series director David Fincher announced Season 2's premiere date - August 16 - during a podcast a podcast with "The Treatment's" Elvis Mitchell. The aim of the endeavor is to learn how to solve new murder cases and how to best teach law enforcement officers about dealing with serial killers.

The second season will go deeper into Holden and Bill's investigation as they focus on the Atlanta child murders that wrapped Atlanta, Georgia, in fear from 1979 to 1981.

Hopefully, most Mindhunter fans remember the reasons why the first season resonated greatly, whether it be the twisted storylines or the standout portrayal of Ed Kemper. Episodes for the follow up season will premiere on Netflix on August 16.

The show's first season arrived on Netflix on October 13, 2017 and quickly spiked in popularity, earning praise from viewers and critics alike.

"You could probably do three seasons on The Atlanta Child Murders if you really wanted to turn over every rock". African-American serial killer Wayne Williams was tried, convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment for killing two adult males.

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Fincher called it a "huge and sweeping and tragic story".

Fincher also confirmed rumors that the second season will include appearances by Charlie Manson and Son of Sam killer David Berkowitz.

Fincher also said, "It's a divided battlefield and they are coming in to try to throw this federal umbrella over everything to make everybody feel OK about sharing information".

The second season, which is reportedly eight episodes long, will be directed by Fincher, Andrew Dominik, and Carl Franklin.