Issa López, the director of the premiere episode of True Detective Season 4, has addressed the Rotten Tomatoes review bombing that the season recently faced.
The new season of True Detective, debuted on January 14, marking the commencement of the next chapter in the anthology series. Headlined by Jodie Foster, the fourth season boasts a supporting cast including Kali Reis, Fiona Shaw, John Hawkes, and Finn Bennett.
In the wake of a recent Rotten Tomatoes review bombing, director Issa López addresses the feedback for True Detective Season 4. Expressing disappointment in the attempts by some fans to diminish the show’s rating, despite the numerous positive reviews it has garnered.
Set in the fictional town of Ennis, Alaska, Night Country delves into the investigation surrounding the disappearance of eight men from a research station. Showrunner López has intricately woven cultural, historical, and true crime references into the chilly saga, creating connections between Night Country‘s themes and True Detective‘s illustrious past, notably echoing the impactful first season that captivated audiences in 2014.
True Detective Night Country releases new episodes Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on Max.