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**Spoilers ahead** While “Stranger Things 2” has dominated television talk for the past couple of weeks, it wasn’t that long ago when “Mindhunter” was leading the conversations. The first season of David Fincher‘s se…

“Mindhunter” isn’t David Fincher’s first time at the Netflix rodeo. In 2013 he shepherded “House Of Cards” onto the streaming service, directing the first two episodes of the show which is heading into its sixth season next year. However, Fincher hasn’…

Despite “Gone Girl” being one of the biggest hits of his career, it’s been a tough few years for David Fincher. He looked set to capitalize on the success of that movie, and the peak TV boom, with two HBO series: the semi-autobiographical 80s mus…

We just dropped our Fall TV Preview: 25 Must-See Shows, and it goes without saying that David Fincher‘s “Mindhunter” is there. The director is behind one of the best serial killer films of all time with this measured, dread filled “Zodiac,” and the same tone seems to permeate his upcoming Netflix series. And a new teaser shows that careful balance of sober drama and sardonic humor that Fincher is bringing to the table. Continue reading ‘Mindhunter’ Teaser: David Fincher’s Netflix Series Will Have Sex With Your Face at The Playlist.

It’s no secret that some of the most talented filmmakers and actors are turning their attention to TV. So, let’s welcome back David Fincher, who after helping launch “House of Cards” in 2013, is now returning to Netflix with his series “Mindhunter,” a psychological thriller about serial killers. In other words, very on-brand Finch. While plot details are sparse, the project is based on “Mind Hunter: Inside the FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit,” the book by John Douglas and Mark Olshaker which chronicles Douglas’ time working as an FBI profiler tracking some of the most notorious and sadistic serial killers of our time. Continue reading ‘Mindhunter’ Trailer: Go Inside The World Of Serial Killers With David Fincher at The Playlist.

Starring Jonathan Groff (Broadway’s ‘Hamilton’), the canceled HBO series about three gay men in San Francisco gets a special send-off in this 85-minute movie directed by co-creator Andrew Haigh.read more