‘True Detective’ season 4 adds three to take

By | October 27, 2022

“True Detective” Season 4 adds three new cast members; Difference Learned.

Aka Niviâna, Isabella Star Lablanc (“Long Slow Exhale”), and Joel D. Montgrand (“Stories of Tomorrow,” “iZombie”) all join the fourth outing of the HBO series. They join previously announced Jodie Foster and Callie Reiss, as well as cast members John Hawkes, Christopher Eccleston, Fiona Shaw, Finn Bennett and Anna Lamb.

The new season of the series is officially titled “True Detective: Night Country.” The official description of the season reads, “As the long winter night falls in Ennis, Alaska, six men who run the Tsalal Arctic Research Station disappear without a trace. In order to solve the case, detectives Liz Danvers (Foster) and Evangeline Navarro (Reyes) must confront the darkness they carry within themselves and explore the hidden truths buried beneath the eternal snow.

Niviana as Julia, Navarro’s sister. She has been described as “a woman who battles demons both in her story and in her mind.” Starr LaBlanc plays Leah, Danvers’ stepdaughter. “She is a young woman fighting for her voice and her identity,” she said. Montgrand appears as Navarro’s love interest Eddie Kavvik. He is a “local musher with deep connections in Ennis”.

Star LaBlanc was repeated by the Lieberman Zehrman administration. Montgrand is repped by Characters Talent Agency.

Issa Lopez serves as writer, director, executive producer and showrunner on “Night Country.” Adoption executive produces in addition to starring. Barry Jenkins, Adele Romanski and Mark Seryak executive produce via Pastel. Pastel currently has a first-look deal with HBO and HBO Max.

Marie Jo Winkler serves as Editor-in-Chief. Series creator Nick Pizzolatto, Chris Mundy, and Season 1’s Matthew McConaughey, Woody Harrelson and Cary Joji Fukunaga will also executive produce alongside Steve Golin and Richard Brown. Alan Page Arriaga is the writer and executive producer on the new season. Princess Dazrai Johnson, Kathy Tagnak Rexford and Sam Brakeman will serve as producers. At HBO, Daazrai Johnson and Tagnak Rexford lead the Iñupiaq Advisory Council to advise on Alaska Native culture on the show.

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