The second season of Netlflix’s Mindhunter dropped last week, and it’s pretty enjoyable.
Coming in at a relatively brief nine episodes the entire season (for the most part) covers the Atlanta Child Murders, probably among the most heinous serial killer sprees in history–did I mention that the killer(s) was never caught?
The first season–if I recall correctly–consisted primarily of the FBI operatives developing their profiling skills with relatively little emphasis on actual cases.
This change makes the series seem more routine, since it’s pretty much the same structure of just about every other television crime serial.
Another–at least for me–speed bump is that the series has begun to delve into the personal lives of the agents, something that the first season didn’t.