Netflix shared the news on Instagram.
Next year we're looking at the Atlanta child murders, so we'll have a lot more African-American music which will be nice.
A Korean Odyssey, a new series from Studio Dragon, the outfit behind Goblin and Signal, will roll out on Netflix globally. Netflix has confirmed the renewal on their official Twitter account.
The first season ended with an emotional cliffhanger for Groff's characater, as both he and his partner began to experience their own psychological effects from their study, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Allardyce confirmed as new Everton manager
David Unsworth will remain in charge of the Blues for tonight's Premier League match against West Ham United at Goodison Park. But that turned sour after only one match, with Allardyce stepping down in September 2016 following a newspaper sting.
Samsung's Galaxy S8 is Now Available in Burgundy Red
Samsung is now testing Android 8.0 Oreo on the Galaxy S8 while Google is testing Android 8.1 on Nexus and Pixel-branded devices. The update doesn't bring any new features to the Note 8, but it does improve the security of the device.
Look for higher gas prices as OPEC meets
The biggest bargain in Broward appears to be $2.31 a gallon at Rocket Fuel on Stirling Road at North 66th Avenue in Davie. In Kansas, only three percent of gas stations are now selling regular unleaded gasoline for $2.51 or more.
Mindhunter stars Jonathan Groff and Holy McCallany as Federal Bureau of Investigation agents in the '70s who interview serial killers to try to understand their minds. In the early days of criminal profiling, the show explores how they use the knowledge of imprisoned serial killers to solve cases. The real surprise of the show thus far has been 1970s killer Ed Kemper's character played by Cameron Britton. People were loving it, and Netflix was paying attention.
Fans of serial killer dramas should be excited to know that Mindhunter Season 2 is happening. Be sure to check back for updates on its production. Oscar nominated filmmaker David Fincher serves as an executive producer and also directed multiple episodes in the first season, revisiting similar true-crime territory that he previously explored in his 2007 film "Zodiac".
The renewal for Mindhunter, toplined by Jonathan Groff and Holt McCallany, had been fully expected, with preparations for a second season already underway ahead of the series' debut last month.