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New True Detective Trailer

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It's already on our list as the most exciting television event of 2014, and nothing we see from True Detective suggests that our list needs any reworking. This new trailer gets a little bit more into the story of the HBO show that unites Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey as detectives hunting for a serial killer for 17 years, requiring many changes of wig and a variety of flared trousers.

Will this show manage to live up to the majesty of McConaughey and Harrelson's last collaboration, EdTV? Yes, very probably.

True Detective will hit Sky Atlantic in 2014

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