HBO’s hit anthology crime series True Detective has just added three more cast members to its much anticipated Season 4. True Detective Season 4 also known as Night Country will be the first season not to be helmed by series creator Nic Pizzolatto.
The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that Season 4 of True Detective had added Isabella Star Lablanc (Long Slow Exhale), Joel D. Montgrand (Legends of Tomorrow), and newcomer Aka Niviâna to its cast. The previously announced cast members were Jodie Foster as Detective Liz Danvers and Kali Reis as Detective Evangeline Navarro. In addition, John Hawkes, Christopher Eccleston, Fiona Shaw, Finn Bennett, and Anna Lambe will also be starring in the upcoming season.
True Detective Season 4 will be directed by Issa López (Tigers Are Not Afraid), who will also serve as the showrunner on the series.
True Detective Season 4 will follow Detectives Liz and Evangeline as they try to solve the case of six missing men who vanished without a trace while operating the Tsalal Arctic Research Station in Alaska. As the duo investigates the case they must confront the inner darkness within themselves and try to find the truth buried beneath the thick ice in Alaska.
Lablanc will take on the role of Danvers’ stepdaughter, Leah, a young woman trying to find her voice and her identity. Montgrand will take on the role of Eddie Qavvik, Navarro’s love interest and a local musher with a deep connection in Ennis, Alaska. Niviâna will be playing the role of Navarro’s sister Julia, who is battling her own demons from the past and the ones that currently reside in her mind.
True Detective fans can expect Season 4 to premiere in mid-2023.