‘True Detective’ Season 3 Recruits ‘Justice League’ Star Ray Fisher

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You can never have too much talent! Deadline is reporting that Justice League star, Ray Fisher, will be joining the cast of the highly anticipated return of HBO’s… True Detective. 

The series debuted in 2014, welcoming critical and audience acclaim; but did not see the same level of success in its second season the following year.  The show follows the anthology model, telling new stories (with a new cast) each season.

The Cast

Fisher will be joining an already super-powered cast including:

  • Mahershala Ali (Moonlight, Luke Cage)
  • Scoot McNairy (Ant-Man and the Wasp, The Hateful Eight)
  • Stephen Dorff (Blade)
  • Carmen Ejogo (Selma)
  • Rhys Wakefield (The Purge)
  • Mamie Gummer (Ricki and the Flash)
  • Michael Greyeyes (Fear the Walking Dead)
  • Jon Tenney (The Close)

Fisher’s Role

True Detective‘s third season is heading to the Ozarks.  Seemingly, showrunner Nic Pizzolatto will be returning to his roots as the plot revolves around a macabre crime shrouded in mystery (like the first season), playing out over three separate time periods.

Fisher will be portraying Freddy Burns, son of Mahershala Ali’s Wayne Burns. Not much else is known about the rest of the cast other than Rhys Wakefield Michael Greyeyes and Jon Tenney portraying characters… Henry Hays, Brett Woodard and Alan Jones, respectively.

Not much more is known about the plot of the show at this time.  Stay tuned to FandomWire for more information on True Detective. 


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Sean Steele

Modern media jack of all trades... I've been an active patron of nerd and film culture for a number of years. I grew up in Minnesota/Wisconsin but reside in Nashville, TV. I have been Vice President and Managing Editor of FandomWire since its inception in late 2017.