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From the moment it begins, True Detective is lifted up by imposing persona of Matthew McConaughey. His grasp on the role of an emotionless, socially withdrawal, pessimist was extremely accurate, and he did superb justice in bringing it to Life. Same goes for the co-star Woody Harrelsen, not only did he know what the role demand was but he brilliantly added a touch of humor and to some extent a touch of humanity in an otherwise bleak and dark tv show. Not that these aren't bad things in a TV show, but we all need something relaxing and human-like at the end of the day.
True Detective season 1 was lead by extraordinary duo of legendary actors, who made every aspect of the show interesting and were successful in ensuring that this show doesn't become a cliche and nothing about the show look forced or out of place. Sadly same can't be said about it's successors.