Friday, March 14, 2014


Rustin and Hart won't be back next season. Who would you like to see?

It's over. HBO's massive watercooler drama "True Detective" was a multi-layered wonder not seen since their other must-watch series "The Wire."

And on Monday morning, I had the distinct pleasure of playing armchair casting agent at my job (GREAT GIG, HUH?) and whip up a list as to who might be perfect next season on the critically-acclaimed drama.

Check out my dream casts and scenarios HERE and be sure to let me know what you think below in the comments.

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