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TRUE DETECTIVE: Season 2: Episode 7: Black Maps and Motel Rooms TV Show Trailer [HBO]

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True Detective Trailer. HBO’s True Detective: Season 2, Episode 7: Black Maps and Motel Rooms TV Show Trailer stars Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams, Taylor Kitsch and Vince Vaughn.

The trailer for True Detective’s penultimate episode is as vague as ever. Frank makes an obvious declaration that he has been engaged in a “secret war” for the past six months before the trailer shifts its focus. There is the briefest glimpse of Ani as she deals with the aftermath of going into the sex-party undercover. There is a quick moment where Paul’s fiancé asks why they are tying the knot before the trailer delivers a series of quick cuts. Before the trailer ends, Ray states that they (presumably his team of cops) need an exit strategy, most likely due to the blow-back from stealing contracts linking important people to criminal activity.

Black Maps and Motel Rooms Synopsis:

Frank makes moves to bring an end to the secret war that he is tied up in. Ani can’t come to terms with what she had to do while undercover at the mansion party. Paul struggles to maintain his relationship with his fiancé. Ani, Paul and Ray have to deal with the repercussions of targeting the states most powerful men.

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