True Detective is coming back. We've known this since True Detective wrapped its first season, that showrunner and writer Nic Pizzolatto was cooking up a second run that would feature an all-new story, and, sadly, no Matthew McConaughey or Woody Harrelson. (We'll get through this together, everyone.)
Today, after the first delightful, mysterious, not-totally-concern-banishing trailer, we've got a pair of slightly GIF'd-out posters. Check 'em:
"We get the world we deserve," huh? So dark philosopher Rust Cohle is gone but clearly not forgotten. The highways and byways pictured are related to the plot, which will kick off when a "52-year-old corpse is found on a lonely stretch of Pacific Coast Highway near Big Sur—satanic symbols etched on his chest." SPOOOOOKYYYY (slash, pretty familiar to fans of season one).
True Detective's second season kicks off on HBO on June 21. It stars Colin Farrell (as a man named Ray Velcoro!), Vince Vaughn, Rachel McAdams, and Taylor Kitsch. Here's that trailer: