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True Detective fans hail new season as the ‘best yet with a superb acting’ as cryptic ending leads viewers to brand show a ‘total masterpiece’

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True Detective fans were stunned by the finale of the final season, which aired on Sunday.

The HBO series, starring Jodie Foster and Kali Reis as detectives Liz Danvers and Evangeline Navarro, was hailed for its “magnificent performance.”

Jodie, 61, received special praise for her character’s role in the final episode of season four, subtitled True Detective: Night Fiction.

The show centers on two men who operate a research station in Ennis, Alaska, and mysteriously disappear.

To solve the case, Detectives Danvers and Navarro will have to face the darkness themselves and delve into the tormented truths that lie buried beneath the eternal ice.

True Detective fans have hailed the new season as the “best yet with excellent acting.” The HBO series stars Jodie Foster and Kali Reis as detectives Liz Danvers and Evangeline Navarro.

Jodie, 61, received special praise for her character's role in the final episode of season four, subtitled True Detective: Night Fiction.

Jodie, 61, received special praise for her character’s role in the final episode of season four, subtitled True Detective: Night Fiction.

The show centers on two men who operate a research station in Ennis, Alaska, and mysteriously disappear. During this episode, a lady named Annie was murdered. Jodie's character must get to the bottom of the matter.

The show centers on two men who operate a research station in Ennis, Alaska, and mysteriously disappear. During this episode, a lady named Annie was murdered. Jodie’s character must get to the bottom of the matter.

True Detective fans were stunned by the finale of the final season, which aired on Sunday.

True Detective fans were stunned by the finale of the final season, which aired on Sunday.

In the final episode, detectives discovered that a lady named Annie Clark, who was murdered long before the scientists disappeared, was murdered after discovering that a team was willing to endanger the citizens of Ennis by contaminating the local mining factory. .

On X, formerly Twitter, viewers were very impressed by what they saw, with one enthusing: “Can we give the Emmy to Jodie Foster now?” That scene in front of the fire was a magnificent performance.

A second wrote: ‘That was a great ending to #TrueDetective. “I really enjoyed this season a lot.”

Others said that the final episode certainly lived up to expectations, presenting a gripping story with a cryptic ending.

A third added: “True Detective: Night Country.” A total masterpiece.’

The show’s director, Issa Lopez, was also praised for her efforts in landing an all-female lead for the show in Foster and Reis.

Another user commented: ‘#TrueDetective #NightCountry actually said: “I support women’s rights… and women’s mistakes.” Issa López, you blocked the landing.

Another comment read: “Jodie Foster and Kali Reis are making this the best season yet.”

The positive reaction to True Detective’s fourth season comes after fans initially criticized its return.

After episode one, which aired last month, viewers took to X to express their frustration at what they felt was an over-reliance on CGI.

The positive reaction to True Detective's fourth season comes after fans initially criticized its return.

The positive reaction to True Detective’s fourth season comes after fans initially criticized its return.

One unimpressed reviewer said: ‘The worst premiere I’ve ever seen…

‘This season of True Detective is basic. There is an over-reliance on CGI in post-processing; lighting, monitors, backgrounds but I’m still enjoying it…’

The release of the fourth season was delayed until 2024 due to strikes by Hollywood actors and writers.

Both the Writers Guild of America (WGA) and the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) had rules prohibiting any of their members from promoting their upcoming films and/or television shows made by an affected person. . company represented by the Alliance of Film and Television Producers (AMPTP).

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