"Mindhunter" is an American psychological crime thriller television series directed by David Fincher and Joe Penhall.
The starring cast includes Jonathan Groff, Holt McCallany, Hannah Gross, Cotter Smith, Anna Torv, Stacey Roca, Michael Cerveris, Joe Tuttle, Cameron Britton, Lauren Glazier and others.

Here are "Mindhunter" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Mindhunter TV series?

Netflix on Monday, August 05, 2019 released the trailer for "Mindhunter" you can watch here:
MINDHUNTER | Season 2 | Official Trailer.

Plot summary

What is Mindhunter TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Mindhunter" TV series plot summary.

Mindhunter revolves around FBI agents Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff) and Bill Tench (Holt McCallany), along with psychologist Wendy Carr (Anna Torv), who operate the FBI's Behavioral Science Unit within the Training Division at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. They interview imprisoned serial killers to understand how they think, with the hope of applying this knowledge to solve ongoing cases.
The first season takes place from 1977 to 1980, in the early days of criminal psychology and criminal profiling at the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Cameron Britton has a recurring role in this season as notorious serial killer Edmund Kemper, who willingly assists Ford and Tench in understanding how a serial killer's mind works.
The second season takes place between 1980 and 1981, covering the Atlanta murders of 1979 to 1981. This is based on the real case of Wayne Williams (Christopher Livingston), who was charged for the murder of two adult men but was never found guilty of killing at least 28 children and adolescents. The second season also features other famous serial killers, such as David Berkowitz (Oliver Cooper) and Charles Manson (Damon Herriman).


Who plays who in the Mindhunter TV series?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Mindhunter" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Jonathan Groff  as Holden Ford a special agent in the FBI's Behavioral Science Unit
Holt McCallany  as Bill Tench a special agent in the FBI's Behavioral Science Unit
Hannah Gross  as Debbie Mitford Ford's girlfriend and a graduate student in sociology at the University of Virginia (season 1)
Cotter Smith  as Robert Shepard the assistant director at the FBI Academy overseeing the Behavioral Science Unit (season 1; guest season 2)
Anna Torv  as Wendy Carr a psychology professor working towards tenure at Boston University
Stacey Roca  as Nancy Tench Bill's wife (season 2; recurring season 1)
Michael Cerveris  as Ted Gunn Shepard's successor as overseer of the Behavioral Science Unit (season 2)
Joe Tuttle  as Gregg Smith a special agent newly assigned to the Behavioral Science Unit (season 2; recurring season 1)
Cameron Britton  as Ed Kemper a serial killer interviewed by Ford and Tench
Lauren Glazier  as Kay Manz a bartender and Carr's love interest (season 2)
Albert Jones  as Jim Barney an Atlanta FBI agent (season 2; guest season 1)
June Carryl  as Camille Bell a grieving mother of Yusef Bell, one of the Atlanta murder victims and the organizer of the Committee to Stop Children's Murders (season 2)
Alex Morf  as Mark Ocasek a police officer from Altoona, Pennsylvania
Joseph Cross  as Benjamin Barnwright a murder suspect in Altoona
Marc Kudisch  as Roger Wade a Fredericksburg elementary school principal
Michael Park  as Peter Dean an OPR investigator
Sonny Valicenti  as ADT serviceman / Dennis Rader (BTK)
George R. Sheffey  as John Boylen an OPR investigator
Duke Lafoon  as Gordon Chambers an Adairsville detective
Zachary Scott Ross  as Brian Tench Bill and Nancy's adopted son
Peter Murnik  as Roy Carver a Sacramento detective
Happy Anderson  as Jerry Brudos a serial killer interviewed by Ford and Tench
Nate Corddry  as Detective Art Spencer
Gareth Williams  as Redding the chief of Atlanta police (season 2)
Regi Davis  as Maynard Jackson Mayor of Atlanta (season 2)
Dohn Norwood  as Lee Brown Atlanta Police Commissioner (season 2)
Drew Seltzer  as Dale Harmon Bill and Nancy's neighbor (season 2)
Christopher Livingston  as Wayne Williams (season 2)
Brent Sexton  as Garland Periwinkle (season 2)
Sam Strike  as Montie Rissell a serial killer interviewed by Ford and Tench
Jack Erdie  as Richard Speck a mass murderer interviewed by Ford and Tench
Lena Olin  as Annaliese Stilman Carr's former lover and head of the Psychology Department at Boston University (season 1)
Michael Filipowich  as William Pierce Jr.
Oliver Cooper  as David Berkowitz (season 2)
Morgan Kelly  as Paul Bateson (season 2)
Robert Aramayo  as Elmer Wayne Henley Jr. (season 2)
Corey Allen  as William Henry Hance (season 2)
Damon Herriman  as Charles Manson (season 2)
Christopher Backus  as Tex Watson (season 2)
Sierra Aylina McClain  as Tanya Clifton
Siovhan Christensen  as Beverly Belt
Katherine Banks  as Joanne
Erik Jensen  as Dr. Moritz
Christopher Grove  as AD Wyman
Blythe Howard  as News Anchor #1
Darrin Giossi  as Recruit
Bryan McClure  as Alex Clarke
Crystal Lee Brown  as Willie Mae Mathis
Patrick Jordan  as Librarian
Jesse C. Boyd  as Frank Janderman
Trey Teufel  as Larry Peterson
Don O. Knowlton  as Father Monaghan
Paul Carafotes  as Rod
Lila Lazarus  as Reporter #2
Bobby Liga  as Reporter #1
Megan McQuillan  as Harriet
Emily Bergl  as Mavis Leland
Michelle Davidson  as News Anchor #3
Ricardo Miguel Young  as News Anchor #4
Tammy Felice  as Gretchen Gunn
Sean Cullen  as Director Webster
Mark Pettit  as News Anchor #2
Wes Robertson  as Plumber
Beau Baxter  as DA Slaton
J.D. Dorn  as Recruit JD
Logan Crawford  as News Anchor #5
Tom Carlson  as Prison Officer
Thea Camara  as Baltimore Grandmother
Ryan Buggle  as Nick
Katie Killacky  as Emily
Shane McNair  as Recruit #2
Matthew Southers Jr.  as Kid #1
Marianne Bayard  as Housewife
Lee R. Sellars  as Ninkovich
Gary Warden  as Co-Worker
Megan Brautigam  as Woman With Shopping Bags
David Docobo  as Copy Shop Manager
Rashad Terry Freeman Jr.  as Kid #5
David H. Holmes  as Cody Miller
Lindsey Shurmatz  as Girl #1
Neil Booker  as Shopping Woman's Husband
Carl Hendrick Louis  as Agent
Lindsey Hall  as Girl #2
Greg Harpold  as Prison Guard - Reception #2
Joanna Lowe  as Hostage
Juliette Regnier  as College Janitor
Jeb Kreager  as Detective Drowatzky
Benjamin J. Cain Jr.  as Prison Officer #1
Julia Crockett  as Sissy Miller
Ryan Dinning  as Officer Winston Brassel
Suzanne Hevner  as Janet Ebner
Kenneth Israel  as Tony
Christopher Mann  as Armstrong
Felix Solis  as Detective Molina
Andrew Yackel  as Kevin Bright
Catherine Curtin  as Mrs. Ruth Barnwright
Jason Davis  as Benjamin's Legal Rep
Javon Johnson  as Prison Officer #2
Tommy Nohilly  as Jim Conor
Ashley Smith  as Businessman
Adam Zastrow  as Gene Devier
Jaiden Edwards  as Kid #6
Jordan Gelber  as Peter Rathman
Andrew Sensenig  as Dr. Henry Cale
Joshua Wills  as Patrick
Giles Wright  as Reception Prison Guard
Jordan Banks  as Kid #7
Perris Drew  as Overnight PD
Billy Slaughter  as Charles Sanders
Austin Archer  as Pinto Driver
James Matthew Poole  as Uniformed Officer
David Carranza  as Virginia Sheriff's Deputy
Euseph Messiah  as Melvin Ware
Davon Reynolds  as Kid #8
Carter Bratton  as Quantico Instructor
Todd Faulkner  as Detective Barr
Adam Kroloff  as Shoe Store Clerk
David Healy  as Commonwealth Attorney
Malcolm Thompson  as Older Kid #3
Enid Graham  as Mrs. Wade
Rhoda Griffis  as Esther Mayweather
Greg Lang  as Prison Guard Jim
Thomas Philip O'Neill  as Leo Buchanan
Jackie Renee Robinson  as Rose Barnwright-Janderman
John Walpole  as Frank's Legal Rep
Jaquae Addison Pascal  as Kid #2
Jordyn DiNatale  as Julie
Cindy Jackson  as Female Officer
Ben Mathews  as Trainee Mike
Tobias Segal  as Dwight
Munro M. Bonnell  as CMF Doctor
Steven Daniel Brun  as Andre
Roderick Byrd  as Kid #3
Shelby Camilla  as Reporter #5
Jordan Kantola  as Trainee Mark
Cynthia Mace  as Dwight's Mom
Jimel Atkins  as Marine #1
Nick Choksi  as Agent
Jimar Mangham  as Kid #4
Chandra Michaels  as Reporter #4
Hamilton Clancy  as Alvin Moran
Judith Delgado  as Rosemary Gonzales
Zach Steffey  as Trainee Chris
Matt Walton  as Anchorman
Myles Cranford  as Homer Williams
Elijah Everett  as CMF Guard #2
John O'Donnell  as Marine #2
Kevin Tre'von Patterson  as Ernest
Jeff Pope  as Sgt. Willard Stokes
Andy Umberger  as Don Graham
Amelia Campbell  as Ruth Moran
Dashiell Eaves  as D.A. Peterson
Leighton Samuels  as Trainee Steve
Alton Fitzgerald White  as Tim
Chris James Boylan  as Trainee Sullivan
Sean Grennan  as Ken
Meredith Jackson  as Nurse
Rita Gregory  as Faye Williams
Brian Stapf  as CMF Guard #1
Andrene Ward-Hammond  as Venus Taylor
Carla Brandberg  as Marge
Evander Duck Jr.  as William
Hayden Saunier  as Mary Clark
Courtney DeCosky  as Iowa Reporter #1
Grace Rex  as Cheryl Todd
Robert Sella  as Gore
Jacob Berger  as CMF Guard
Liza Fernandez  as Gate Agent
L. Derek Leonidoff  as Iowa Reporter #2
Sarah Wilson  as Lily Mullen
Brandon Hirsch  as Security Guard
Paul Hickert  as Iowa Police Captain
Eric William Morris  as Mike Mullen
Laura Poe  as Realtor
P.J. Marshall  as Agent Robbins
Allie McCulloch  as Journalist #1
Adam Daveline  as Iowa Police Officer #1
Andy S. Allen  as Journalist #2
Jeremy Gabriel  as Tom
Anna Magoulas  as Park Mother
Heidi Mueller Smith  as Peg Shepard
Christopher A Wright  as Texas Prison Guard
David Bodenschatz  as Iowa Police Officer #2
Brian Byers  as Journalist #3
Robert Farrior  as Warren
Gabe Wood  as Police Sergeant
Ari Blinder  as Iowa Police Officer #3
Rich Morrow  as Wade Marcus
Raymond Seay  as Calvin
Alexander Stine  as Iowa Police Officer #4
Joshua Montgomery  as Wesley
Matt Ruffo  as Recruit Matt
Patrick Noonan  as Iowa Police Lieutenant
Tom Stoviak  as Reporter #3
Thomas Francis Murphy  as Detective McGraw
Circus-Szalewski  as Charles Reynolds
David Hayes  as Sammy Davis Jr.
Samantha Steinmetz  as Mrs. Dickinson
Nick D'Egidio  as Frank Sinatra
Michael Rubino  as Deputy Director #1
Deja Dee  as Annie Rogers
Brandy Grant  as Vickie Terrell
Amaris Davidson  as Sales Agent #1
Emily Berry  as Sales Agent #2
Chris Lamberth  as Angry Man #1
Thomas Daniel Smith  as Officer Lewis
Shanessa Sweeney  as Angry Woman #1
Braden Bunch  as News Anchor #6
Denzel Johnson  as Angry Man #2
Scott A. Martin  as Dekalb Chief
Jordon Alexander  as APD Recruit #3
Kym Gomes  as Angry Woman #2
Rick Kain  as Cobb Chief
Jamal Henderson  as APD Recruit #4
Marcella Lowery  as Lakewood Woman
Terrance Sims  as Angry Man #5
Dre Jackson  as Trooper
Jor รฉl Quinn  as Angry Man #3
Ben Huth  as APD Recruit #5
Tracy Mazyck  as Angry Man #4
Mystie Smith  as Elsie
Josh George  as GBI Agent
Ashlee Payne  as Journalist #4
Nylen Turner  as Albert
John Hawkinson  as Concierge
Grace Hinson  as Plumber's Wife
Shelly Lynn Koch  as State Official
Vernon Keith Ruffin Jr.  as Dekalb County Detective


What are Mindhunter filming details?

"Mindhunter" series are produced by Denver and Delilah Productions.

The average duration of each episode is 34 - 73 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.


What are critics and audiences saying about Mindhunter TV series?

"Mindhunter" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 8.6/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 97/100.

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