Award-winning director Asif Kapadia believes that a third season of “Mindhunter” “might actually happen” if fans ask loudly enough. 

The filmmaker helmed two episodes of the crime-thriller series in season 1.

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The call came after Netflix teased a new project from director David Fincher, who served as executive producer on “Mindhunter”.

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However, the new show turned out to be a docuseries of cinema essays titled “Voir”.

Fincher has previously shot down the possibility of a third season of “Mindhunter, telling Variety, “I don’t know if it makes sense to continue. It was an expensive show. It had a very passionate audience, but we never got the numbers that justified the cost.”