Jodie Foster, Issa López & Kali Reis


The solely one that is aware of for sure what occurs to Detective Navarro on the finish of HBO‘s True Detective: Night Country is Kali Reis herself.

“I have my own interpretation for Navarro, but I have not shared that with a soul,” Reis shared throughout the Deadline TV Contenders panel for the sequence.

Reis was joined by her co-star Jodie Foster, in addition to showrunner Issa López, to debate Night Country. While the ending could appear fairly ambiguous, López assured that there’s “an answer,” if audiences look shut sufficient.

“I think that if you look very carefully, very carefully at the show and follow the lines very carefully, there’s an answer to what we saw at the end,” she informed the viewers. “But again, there’s a space for where your heart wants to live…and what you need to get out of it.”

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Foster additionally weighed in, positing that what issues just isn’t what occurred to Navarro, however the theme that López established all through the sequence that “the dead live among us — in that place of Ennis, but also in the Native American culture of those places.”

“You embrace the death, dead people in your life, and they are part of this community and part of this village in some ways,” she stated. “So I find that it was pretty well established throughout this. It’s not surprising when you get to the end, and you’re not quite sure is she dead or is she not?”

López is about to write down Season 5 of True Detective as a part of her latest total deal with HBO. She assures she’s already sure that the sequence will stay an anthology and inform a distinct story than Night Country, but it surely’s but to be decided whether or not the characters will in any respect be related to Ennis, Alaska.

“It might, or not, be connected to Ennis,” she teased. “We will see.”


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