New 'Mindhunter' Season 2 Trailer Teases Manson and the Atlanta Child Murders

It's been two years since the first season of Mindhunter debuted on Netflix to rave reviews, and the timing couldn't be better for the highly anticipated second season of David Fincher's serial killer series.

Much of the drama in Mindhunter S1 dealt with Agents Ford and Tench butting heads with a boss who couldn't wrap his head around whatever the hell they were trying to accomplish by talking to serial murderers, but now it appears they're well in the clear, moving into new digs and having their methods adopted as official Federal Bureau of Investigation policy. But the David Fincher-fronted adaptation fictionalizes the characters at the center of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, offering a compelling study of the effect of getting inside the minds of so many horrific murderers. Season 2, however, sees the unit gain traction within the Federal Bureau of Investigation, including new resources. In addition to the Atlanta Child Murders - which took place between 1979 and 1981 - the new season will likely cover Son of Sam and the reappearance of the BTK Killer. He shot the roles pretty much back to back last summer, but he's playing an older, incarcerated version of Manson in the Netflix series.

Season 2 stars Jonathan Groff, Holt McCallany, Anna Torv, Joe Tuttle, Albert Jones, Stacey Roca, Michael Cerveris, Lauren Glazier, and Sierra McClain.

An infamous string of child murders in Atlanta will serve as the backdrop for Mindhunter Season 2, returning to Netflix on August 16th. David Fincher helms the opening episode of the season and at least one more, according to IMDb, followed by Andrew Dominik ("The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford") and Carl Franklin ("Devil in a Blue Dress").

Season 1 was rooted in the early days of criminal profiling, but with this new season, we are now entering an era where discussions around criminal behavior became more widely understood - making Holden and Trench's operation, heretofore relegated to a basement, more legitimate.

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