Mindhunter ist eine Dramaserie von Netflix, die auf dem Buch Die Seele des Mörders des FBI-Agenten John Douglas basiert. Cameron Britton wurde für seine Rolle in dieser Serie von David Fincher und Charlize Theron für einen Emmy nominiert. Videos. MINDHUNTER. Eins vorweg: Netflix hat „Mindhunter“ nicht offiziell abgesetzt. Einer neuen Meldung zufolge könnte die dritte Staffel jedoch länger.
MINDHUNTERMindhunter ist eine Dramaserie von Netflix, die auf dem Buch Die Seele des Mörders des FBI-Agenten John Douglas basiert. Die ersten beiden Staffeln von "Mindhunter" hat viele Netflix-Zuschauer an die Bildschirme gefesselt und eine dritte sollte bald folgen. Die Netflix-Serie Mindhunter sucht die Antwort auf diese Frage. Ende der 70er-Jahre begeben sich die FBI-Agenten Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff).
Mindhunter Navigation menu VideoTop 10 Things From Mindhunter That Actually Happened The captivating Netflix original series Mindhunter took subscribers by storm when it first arrived back in and continued to enthrall viewers two years later with its incredibly riveting second. Created by Joe Penhall. With Jonathan Groff, Holt McCallany, Anna Torv, Hannah Gross. Set in the late s, two FBI agents are tasked with interviewing serial killers to solve open cases. Mindhunter is an American psychological crime thriller television series created by Joe Penhall, based on the true-crime book Mindhunter: Inside the FBI's Elite Serial Crime Unit written by John E. Douglas and Mark Olshaker. John E. Douglas joined the FBI in the early s and went on to work in the now defunct Behavioral Science Unit (BSU). The BSU has since folded into the FBI Academy after the creation of the. Mindhunter (TV Series –) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search. Sep 14, Log in with Facebook. David Bianculli. Spain Southern Survival Too Mindhunter to Handle Twogether Un well World's Most Wanted. The show's at its most absorbing when it's spending time with monsters Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Ford and Tench Mindhunter Montie RissellOne Piece Film Gold Ger Stream serial killer who murdered five women in Virginia. Top Box Office. Alien TV Beastars Blood of Halbe Brüder Online Stream Kostenlos BNA: Brand New Animal Buddi Cagaster of an Insect Cage Chico Bon Bon: Monkey with a Tool Belt Dorohedoro Einst Kreuzworträtsel Dogma Drifting Dragons Glitch Techs Ghost in the Shell: SAC Go! Randy Schiff.
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Anna Torv Wendy. Hannah Gross Debbie Mitford. Holt McCallany Bill Tench. Cotter Smith Robert Shepard. Sonny Valicenti ADT Serviceman.
Stacey Roca Nancy Tench. Joe Tuttle Greg Smith. Cameron Britton Ed Kemper. Joseph Cross Benjamin Barnwright.
Zachary Scott Ross Bill Tench. Happy Anderson Jerry Brudos. Michael Park Peter Dean. Marc Kudisch Rager Wade. George Sheffey John Boylen.
Duke Lafoon Detective Chambers. Peter Murnik Detective Carver. Jesse C. Boyd Frank Janderman. Brudos admits to having a shoe fetish.
Ford buys an extra large pair of women's shoes for Brudos, which he uses to get Brudos talking. Carr begins feeding a cat at her new house in Fredericksburg.
Tench and Nancy talk about Brian's behavior at school. At their home, Brian's babysitter discovers a crime scene photo showing Ada Jeffries dead with a wooden pole inserted in her anus.
The babysitter is too afraid to continue working there. Ford is invited to speak at an elementary school and is approached by a teacher, Janet Ebner, who is concerned with Principal Roger Wade's behavior of tickling children and giving them nickels.
Ford becomes suspicious that Debbie is cheating on him. The Behavioral Science Unit hires Gregg Smith. Ford asks Gregg to come with him to speak with Wade, whom he suspects of being a pedophile.
Principal Wade insists that tickling is a positive experience for the children. Gregg tells Shepard about Ford's latest investigation, and Ford is advised to drop the issue.
Ford returns to Oregon to meet with Brudos, who is more talkative. Debbie invites Ford to a room blackout event where he catches her in a compromising position with Patrick.
He angrily leaves. Ford receives a call from the school superintendent informing him that Wade will be let go.
The ADT serviceman is sitting in the house of an intended victim. When the clock strikes midnight and the victim shows no sign of arriving, he becomes fed up with waiting, tidies up after himself and leaves in frustration.
At the Joliet Correctional Center in Joliet, Illinois , Ford and Tench interview Richard Speck. Speck shows no interest in cooperating until Ford asks what gave him the right to take "eight ripe cunts out of the world".
Tench recommends that Ford redact his unconventional comment from the interview. Ford and Debbie reconcile. Ford is confronted by Wade's wife at his apartment.
Carr notices that food she has been leaving for a stray cat where she lives is no longer being eaten. The unit releases information regarding the murder of Lisa Dawn Porter, a year-old-girl in Adairsville, Georgia.
The police notice that the trees have been trimmed and set their focus on Darrell Gene Devier. Carr is summoned by Shepard, who informs her that Richard Speck has filed a complaint accusing Ford of "fucking with his head".
The unit gives the redacted interview transcript to the OPR. Back in the basement, the team agrees to destroy the original tape, but Gregg decides instead to mail it to the OPR.
Kemper writes Ford saying he would like to meet with him again. Devier agrees to meet the FBI voluntarily. Ford uses techniques he learned from his interviews to achieve a confession.
The police celebrate and after having too many drinks, Ford brags about the unit's involvement with serial killers.
His boasts reach the press. Carr flies to Rome, Georgia in hopes of preventing the D. Ford and Debbie break up.
Ford receives an urgent call from Kemper's doctor. The unit learns that the OPR have received the recording of the Speck interview, and interview Ford and Tench about it.
Ford visits Kemper in prison, and Kemper says he could kill Ford if he wanted to. Ford flees in terror before collapsing in the hall in a panic attack.
In Kansas, the ADT serviceman is seen burning sadistic drawings. The ADT serviceman's wife walks in on him performing autoerotic asphyxiation.
Holden wakes up in the hospital and learns he suffers from panic attacks. Tench has been looking for him. Shepard retires and the new boss, Ted Gunn, gives his full support to the BSU and even does away with the OPR inquiry.
Holden tells Wendy about his panic attacks and points out that he feels much better despite being told that he has a panic disorder and she advises him to be careful of the signs that may lead to another attack.
At Shepard's retirement party, Shepard angrily reveals to Holden that he is being forced to retire as someone had to take the fall for Holden's mistakes.
Holden suffers another panic attack on hearing the truth, unbeknownst to everyone else. The ADT serviceman's wife gives him a pamphlet about overcoming "deviance".
Bill begins to look into the BTK killer and with Holden's help, notices that he bases his actions on various other killers, including David Berkowitz.
They interview Berkowitz and get him to admit to lying about hearing voices and demons, furthering their data on classifications of killers.
Bill and Wendy discuss Holden's panic attacks and agree to share information and look out for him.
A body is discovered in a house that Nancy, Bill's wife, is the realtor of. While in Atlanta with Jim Barney to interview two killers William "Junior" Pierce and William Henry Hance , Holden is approached by three mothers who ask him to investigate the apparently related murders of their children.
A young child is revealed to be the body that was found murdered in the house that Nancy Tench is the realtor for, and the body was tied to a cross.
Bill offers his assistance to the detective, as the nature of the crime scares the locals. Andrew Dominik.
Louro and Joshua Donen. Holden develops a politically controversial profile of the child murderer in Atlanta, which the detail sent back.
Wendy and Gregg interview Elmer Wayne Henley, Jr. In the interview, Wendy reveals that she is a lesbian, though the agents believe this to have been a ruse to get Henley Jr.
It is revealed that Bill's son Brian was involved in the child murder in Bill's neighborhood. Wendy's relationship with Kay heats up.
Holden and Bill consult Kemper briefly to get some of his insight into the BTK case before interviewing Charles Manson. Manson denies any responsibility for the murders.
Bill becomes upset during the interview and ends it early. Holden goes alone to interview Tex Watson , one of Manson's followers, while Bill flies home on a red eye flight.
Watson details how Manson influenced his behavior. He then details his role in the Tate murders. Wendy, Holden and Bill attend a dinner party at Gunn's house.
Bill reveals to Wendy what is going on at home. Another body is found in Atlanta. As the situation in Atlanta gets worse, FBI is officially sent to investigate and catch the murderer.
As Holden and Bill need to be in Atlanta, Wendy and Gregg go to New York to interview Paul Bateson in prison. Bill and Nancy are concerned that their son Brian is continuing to regress in response to his role in the murder of the toddler.
Holden and Bill hit a dead end with their investigation to catch the Atlanta killer. Holden suggests a new plan to lure the killer.
Wendy is disappointed when she is told by Gunn not to interview more criminals, and to focus instead on her analysis.
Holden is persistent with his profiling to catch the Atlanta murderer, and recommends that they watch the bridges in the area. An upset Bill attempts to reconnect with Brian while Nancy shows strong signs of wanting to move.
Wendy overhears Kay having a conversation with her ex-husband, and decides to end their relationship. In Atlanta, the FBI and the local police catch a potential suspect on a murder site.
The police and FBI focus their investigation on Wayne Williams as the primary suspect of the Atlanta murders but find it difficult to obtain physical evidence.
While Williams is later charged for two of the murders, Holden has some self-doubt after APD decides to close all the child murder cases.
Bill is stunned when he returns home to see that Nancy has taken Brian and moved out of their house without him.
Holden watches a press conference concluding the Atlanta case but continues to be troubled knowing that he still could not solve the rest of the missing children's murders and bring closure for the families involved.
The BTK strangler is shown to continue his ways at the end of the episode despite burying them. Jonathan Groff. Primetime Emmy Awards. Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series.
Cameron Britton. He also interviewed David Berkowitz also known as Son of Sam, who is featured in season 2 , Ted Bundy, and even Charles Manson.
Along with writing his book, Douglas has also continued to consult on cases — including the Jon-Benet Ramsey killing. The True Story of FBI Agent John E.
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