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Next → The first season of, an American television series created by, premiered on January 12, 2014, on the premium cable network. The principal cast consisted of, and. The season comprised eight episodes, and its initial airing concluded on March 9, 2014. As an anthology, each True Detective season has its own self-contained story, following a disparate set of characters in various settings.

Constructed as a, season one focuses on homicide detectives (McConaughey) and Martin 'Marty' Hart (Harrelson), who investigated the murder of prostitute Dora Lange in 1995. Seventeen years later, they must revisit the investigation, along with several other unsolved crimes. During this time, Hart's infidelity threatens his marriage to Maggie (Monaghan), and Cohle struggles to cope with his troubled past.

True Detective 's first season explores themes of philosophical, masculinity, and Christianity; critics have analyzed the show's portrayal of women, its sensibility, and the influence of and on its narrative. Pizzolatto initially conceived True Detective as a novel, but felt it was more suitable for television. The episodes, directed by, were filmed in Louisiana over a three-month period.

The series received positive reviews from critics and was cited as one of the strongest dramas of the 2014 television season. It was a candidate for numerous television awards, including a nomination for and a for, and won several other honors for writing, cinematography, direction, and acting.

See also: No. In season Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. Viewers (millions) 1 1 ' January 12, 2014 ( 2014-01-12) 2.33, January 3, 1995. State homicide detectives Martin 'Marty' Hart and investigate the murder of a prostitute, 28-year-old Dora Lange. Her corpse is found posed as if in prayer, her head is crowned with deer antlers, and her body is surrounded by twig latticeworks closely resembling bird traps.

Hart and Cohle turn to a five-year-old missing-persons case of a child named Marie Fontenot. Around the same time, another child claimed to have been chased through the woods by a 'green-eared spaghetti monster.' At the insistence of his wife Maggie , Hart invites Cohle to dinner, but is infuriated when Cohle arrives drunk. While following up on the Fontenot disappearance, they discover another twig latticework. Seventeen years later in May 2012, Hart and Cohle are separately interviewed about the Lange investigation by detectives Thomas Papania and Maynard Gilbough.

Hart and Cohle have not spoken since an altercation in 2002. The crime scene of a recently slain woman closely resembles the Lange murder scene, suggesting that despite Cohle and Hart's claims of apprehending the killer in 1995, the killer may remain at large. 2 2 'Seeing Things' Cary Joji Fukunaga Nic Pizzolatto January 19, 2014 ( 2014-01-19) 1.67 1995. Animosity between Cohle and Hart flares after Cohle suspects Hart is cheating on Maggie. Reverend Billy Lee Tuttle , a celebrated evangelist and cousin of the governor, advocates a police task force focusing on 'anti-Christian crimes,' including the Lange murder.

Hart and Cohle's investigation leads them to a remote ranch harboring runaway girls who work there as prostitutes. They find Lange's diary, which contains repeated references to ' and a ',' at the ranch. In the wreckage of a burnt-out church Lange attended, they find a wall painting depicting a human figure wearing deer antlers. In 2012, Cohle reflects on his daughter's death in a car accident, which led to the collapse of his marriage and his spending four years as an undercover narcotics investigator.

His undercover career ended with a lethal gunfight, after which he was hospitalized in a psychiatric institution. After his release, Cohle requested a job in homicide and was partnered with Hart.

Cohle reveals that he experiences brief, intermittent episodes of visual hallucinations caused by years of drug use while working as an undercover officer. Shots from 1995 show that Cohle occasionally suffers these hallucinations when he is with Hart, but he does not discuss them. Hart is now divorced from Maggie for reasons unrevealed.

3 3 'The Locked Room' Cary Joji Fukunaga Nic Pizzolatto January 26, 2014 ( 2014-01-26) 1.93 1995. Hart and Cohle, after speaking with pastor Joel Theriot, learn that Lange was sometimes seen at church with a tall man with distinctive facial scarring. Their investigation continues in the face of pressure to turn the case over to Tuttle's new task force. Hart enters a jealous rage when he discovers his mistress Lisa with another man. While researching old investigations, Cohle identifies symbols similar to the Lange case in the death of Rianne Olivier, which was classified as accidental.

Hart and Cohle visit Light of the Way Academy, a religious school run by Tuttle that Olivier attended, but find it abandoned save for a groundskeeper. They discover that Olivier's boyfriend, Reggie Ledoux is an ex-con who was a cellmate of Dora Lange's ex-husband, Charlie, and has since skipped parole. The detectives put out an on Reggie Ledoux.

The interviews continue, revealing Hart's questionable moral views and Cohle's nihilistic views of humanity. 4 4 'Who Goes There' Cary Joji Fukunaga Nic Pizzolatto February 9, 2014 ( 2014-02-09) 1.99 In 1995, Charlie Lange says he showed pictures of Dora to Ledoux. Hart tracks down an associate of Ledoux's and forces him to reveal Ledoux's operation with the Iron Crusaders, a biker gang out of East Texas. Cohle, who had been a member of the gang while undercover, takes personal leave to infiltrate it, saying he needs to visit his dying father. Lisa reveals the affair to Maggie, who leaves the house with their daughters.

Hart confronts Maggie at her workplace; Cohle extricates him from a standoff with security officers. Cohle's contact in the Iron Crusaders, Ginger , promises access to the gang's meth supply in exchange for Cohle's (who is known to the gang as 'Crash') help robbing a rival gang. The robbery goes badly, with fatalities on both sides and rising chaos in the rival gang's neighborhood. Cohle is forced to take Ginger prisoner and escape in Hart's car. In 2012, Hart and Cohle both maintain the story of Cohle's sick father in the face of skeptical questioning by Papania and Gilbough. 5 5 ' The Secret Fate of All Life' Cary Joji Fukunaga Nic Pizzolatto February 16, 2014 ( 2014-02-16) 2.25 In 1995, Ginger introduces Cohle to DeWall Ledoux, Reggie's cousin and meth-cooking partner.

DeWall refuses to do business with Cohle, but unwittingly leads him and Hart to a meth lab hidden in the bayou. Hart apprehends Reggie, who makes cryptic statements about Carcosa. Hart kills Reggie in a rage after discovering two kidnapped and abused children in the compound. DeWall flees but dies after triggering a homemade booby trap. Hart and Cohle plant evidence to make it look as though an intense shootout has taken place, a scenario they report to a police investigation. They are hailed as heroes at the police station and in the press, and they receive commendations and promotions. By 2002, Hart and Maggie have reconciled and Cohle is dating again.

While Cohle is consulting on a police interrogation, the prisoner asks for a in exchange for information about Dora Lange's killer, who he claims is still at large and killing. He mentions the 'Yellow King,' which gets Cohle's attention. The prisoner kills himself in his cell before Cohle can investigate his claims. Cohle returns to Light of the Way Academy, where he finds dozens of twig sculptures and dark imagery on the walls. In 2012, Papania and Gilbough tell Hart they suspect that Cohle, who they allege conveniently led Hart to every clue or lead in the case, has been orchestrating the killings.

Cohle is also a person of interest in Rev. Billy Lee Tuttle's suspicious death two years earlier, which was around the time Cohle returned to Louisiana. Cohle walks out of his interview after the detectives accuse him. 6 6 'Haunted Houses' Cary Joji Fukunaga Nic Pizzolatto February 23, 2014 ( 2014-02-23) 2.64 In 2002, Cohle links a series of missing persons to Tuttle-funded schools. A former pastor in Tuttle's ministries claims Tuttle covered up child molestation. Ledoux's surviving victim, now institutionalized with, tells Cohle about a third attacker—a giant man with scars—and begins screaming when Cohle asks her about the man's face.

Tuttle complains to the police department following a tense meeting with Cohle, who has been warned to cease his investigation and is suspended from duty. Hart begins an affair with Beth , a former underage prostitute whom he interviewed in 1995 while working on the Lange case.

After Maggie discovers the new affair, she manipulates a drunk Cohle and has sex with him, because she knows that Hart would never forgive her for that, and she could get a divorce. After she tells Hart, he and Cohle fight in the police station parking lot. Cohle quits the police force immediately after the fight.

In 2012, Papania and Gilbough interview Maggie, who deflects their questions. Hart walks out of his interview in response to Papania and Gilbough's accusations against Cohle.

Cohle seeks out Hart and they agree to meet and talk. 7 7 'After You've Gone' Cary Joji Fukunaga Nic Pizzolatto March 2, 2014 ( 2014-03-02) 2.34 In 2012, Cohle presents Hart with evidence of a cult he believes is responsible for the disappearance of dozens of women and children along the coast in Louisiana. Among the evidence is a videotape of the ritualistic rape and murder of Marie Fontenot (the missing-child case they briefly investigated in 1995) by men in costumes and masks, which Cohle stole from a safe in Rev. Tuttle's home. Cohle denies killing Tuttle, speculating that others did it to prevent Tuttle from being blackmailed over the tape.

Hart, shaken from watching the videotape, agrees to join the investigation. They learn that Tuttle had an illegitimate half-brother with the surname Childress, whose son had scars on his face. They also learn that their former colleague Steve Geraci was ordered by his boss, Ted Childress—then the sheriff of Vermilion Parish—to cut short his investigation of Fontenot's disappearance.

Hart and Cohle accost Geraci to coerce the details from him, threatening him if he should try to go to the authorities or have them arrested. Gilbough and Papania ask the groundskeeper Cohle encountered at Light of the Way Academy in 1995 for directions to the burnt-out church. They drive off without noticing the lower part of his face is heavily scarred. 8 8 'Form and Void' Cary Joji Fukunaga Nic Pizzolatto March 9, 2014 ( 2014-03-09) 3.52 In 2012, the 'man with the scars' is shown living in a large house in squalor with a female relative with whom he has a sexual relationship. He speaks cryptically in multiple accents and keeps his father's decaying corpse in a shed on his property. Later, he goes to work painting a school, where he watches children on the playground.

Hart and Cohle extract details from Geraci by showing him the Fontenot tape. Hart thinks the 'green-eared spaghetti monster' may have been the scarred man covered in green paint after painting a house in Dora Lange's neighborhood in 1995. They trace the paint job to a small business owned by William Childress that employed a man with scars on his face.

They visit William Childress's home—the house where the 'man with the scars' lives. Cohle pursues the man, William Childress's son Errol, through a labyrinth of trees and tunnels that Errol identifies as Carcosa. At the end, Cohle discovers an draped in yellow and covered in skulls, and, briefly delusional, sees a spiraling vortex.

Cohle is then attacked by Errol. Hart discovers William's decaying corpse and runs to Cohle's aid. Hart and Cohle fight Errol; they are both severely wounded, but Cohle manages to kill Errol via a gunshot to the head. Papania and Gilbough are summoned with reinforcements as Hart aids Cohle. While Hart and Cohle recover in hospital, Papania and Gilbough connect Errol to dozens of missing-person cases and murders, including Dora Lange's.

The Tuttles escape prosecution, but are disgraced. Hart breaks down in tears when Maggie and their daughters visit him. Cohle reveals that during his ordeal he felt the loving presence of his dead father and daughter, and the experience has given his life renewed purpose. The two detectives reflect on the ongoing universal battle between light and dark. Cast Main cast. as Detective. as Detective Martin 'Marty' Hart.

as Maggie Hart. as Detective Maynard Gilbough. as Detective Thomas Papania Recurring cast. as Major Ken Quesada. as Lisa Tragnetti. as Sheriff Steve Geraci.

as Laurie Perkins. as Detective Bobby Lutz. as young Audrey Hart. as teenage Audrey Hart. Meghan Wolfe as young Macie Hart.

as teenage Macie Hart. Don Yesso as Commander Speece. as Charlie Lange. as Beth. as Billy Lee Tuttle. as Joel Theriot. as Errol Childress.

as Reggie Ledoux. as Ginger. as Major Leroy Salter Production Conception Before creating, had taught at the, and the.

Inspired by 's series, and, he began working on a short story collection that he later published as Between Here and the Yellow Sea in 2006. He published a novel, Galveston, in 2010, and began trying to write for television. His earlier attempts at television writing were unsuccessful because of a lack of money. Pizzolatto's first major gig in television writing came in 2011, as a screenwriter for 's series.

He credits the show with giving him a glimpse of the inner workings of the television industry. Pizzolatto grew increasingly dissatisfied with the series' creative direction, and left two weeks into staff writing sessions for. True Detective was intended to be a novel, but once the project took definite form, Pizzolatto thought the narrative's shifts in time and perspective made it more suitable for television. He pitched an adaptation of Galveston, and from May to July 2010 he developed six screenplays, including an early, 90-page draft of the True Detective script. Pizzolatto secured a development deal with HBO for a potential pilot series shortly thereafter.

He wrote a second True Detective script soon after his departure from The Killing thanks to the support of production company and manager, which ultimately produced and developed the project in-house. By April 2012, following a heated bidding period, HBO commissioned eight episodes of True Detective.

Pizzolatto did not hire a writing staff because he believed a collaborative approach would not work with his isolated, novelistic process, and that a group would not achieve his desired result. After working alone for about three months, the final copy of the project script was 500 pages long.

Cast and crew. Pizzolatto used Robert W. Chambers' (pictured) as the backbone for much of the season's story. Critics have offered many readings of the influence of and on True Detective 's narrative, often examining the influence of ' short story collection (1895) and. Allusions to The King in Yellow can be observed in the show's dark philosophy, its recurring use of 'Carcosa' and 'The Yellow King' as throughout the series, and its symbolic use of yellow as a thematic signature that signifies insanity and decadence. Pizzolatto was accused of plagiarizing Ligotti because of close similarities between lines in True Detective and text from Ligotti's nonfiction book The Conspiracy Against the Human Race (2010)—accusations Pizzolatto denied, while acknowledging Ligotti's influence. Other philosophers and writers identified as influences include, and.

Mathijs Peters, in a piece for, argued that True Detective probes Schopenhauerian philosophy through its approach to individuality, self-denial, the battle between dark and light, and so forth. Ben Woodard noted the show's evolving philosophy, which examines a setting where culture, religion, and society are direct by-products of biological weakness. Woodward wrote, 'Biological programming gets recuperated and socially redistributed visions, faiths, and acerbic personalities take the reins of uncertain ends creating a world where 'people go away'.' Even the setting, Fintan Neylan argued, emphasizes a world 'where the decrepitude of human ordering cannot be hidden.' He stated, 'This is not a place where hope fled; it is a place where hope could never take root.

It is with these people and environs that the real horror is sourced.' Yet Neylan observed that Cohle's actions are not motivated by, rather a drive to challenge 'those who try to either disguise or manipulate this frailty of humans for their own benefit.' And in doing so, Cohle ultimately confronts 'an entire philosophical history which has taken its task as that of sweeping frailty away.' At The Atlantic said True Detective was ' in the best sense', a fusion of (1995) and (2007), because of its subject matter, sleek cinematography, and 'vivid, unsettling' aura. Some commentators noted further influences from comic book literature.

Adams likened Cohle to the protagonist of and drew parallels with 's for the show's brief exploration of with one of Cohle's monologues. And columnist Abraham Riesman cited as the inspiration for the season finale based on dialogue from the episode's closing scene. Auteurism Another principal topic of discussion among critics has been True Detective 's sensibility. Auteurism (from French ) is a critical framework that assesses films or other works of art as reflections of the personal vision of individual authors, typically a director or writer. At the helm of each of the season's episodes are Pizzolatto and Fukunaga—its sole writer and director—a partnership that provides the show a unique place in a traditionally collaborative medium where broad sets of writers and directors work in tandem. Colin Robertson at saw Twin Peaks as the most notable artistic antecedent to True Detective 's first season, seeing that both shows challenge crime drama cliches and 'use the genre conventions of a whodunnit-style mystery as a sublimely subversive diving board, and leap off from there to tell a broader story.' Reception Viewership True Detective debuted to 2.3 million U.S.

Viewers, becoming HBO's highest rated series premiere since the of. Ratings remained steady and peaked at the finale, which drew 3.5 million viewers. Overall, season one averaged 2.33 million viewers, and its average gross audience (which includes recordings, reruns, and streaming) totaled 11.9 million viewers per episode, thus becoming HBO's highest rated freshman show since the first season of 13 years earlier. Harrelson (left) and McConaughey (right) at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards. As the nominations for the approached, early media reports named True Detective among several potential miniseries candidates, due to a revision made by the that recognized film and miniseries content as distinct categories. By March 2014, HBO had submitted True Detective as a drama series contender, an unconventional move given the show's anthology format and fierce competition from the likes of and.

HBO's decision was censured by president, who remarked to reporters at a press event: 'My own personal point of view is that a miniseries is a story that ends, a series is a story that continues. To tell you the truth, I think it's actually unfair for HBO to put True Detective in the drama series category because essentially you can get certain actors to do a closed-ended series – a la in or Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson in True Detective – who you can't get to sign on for a seven-year regular drama series deal.' Nevertheless, True Detective emerged as a frontrunner heading into the Primetime Emmy season, and in July 2014, was nominated for twelve awards; its closest rival, Breaking Bad, received sixteen nominations. The series ultimately won five Emmy awards: (Fukunaga), Outstanding Casting, Outstanding Main Title Design, Outstanding Make-Up, and Outstanding Cinematography. True Detective was a candidate for a variety of awards, most of which recognized outstanding achievement in direction, cinematography, writing, and acting. It received four nominations, among them for, and a for.

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Descriptif

La traque d’un tueur en série amorcée en 1995, à travers les enquêtes croisées et complémentaires de deux détectives, Rust Cohle et Martin Hart.
Titre Originale : True Detective
Saisons: 1
Réalisateur : Nic Pizzolatto
Acteurs : Matthew McConaughey, Woody Harrelson, Michelle Monaghan, Kevin Dunn, Elizabeth Reaser
Genre : Drame, Policier, Judiciaire
Durée : 52
Date de sortie : 2014
Statut : En production

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