The first time I ever watched the first season of HBO’s True Detective was in high school.
The premise of the show, which tells the story of the notorious Black family in the 1970s, has been a hit ever since.
The series’ first season saw a number of brilliant, original plots and a surprisingly dark storyline, but the real heart of the series is in its characters.
The show’s protagonist Rust Cohle is the youngest of three sons, who grew up with a lot of help from his mom and dad.
His father is a successful lawyer, but also an alcoholic.
His mother, Marie, is a nurse, a mother to a son who died from leukemia at the age of three.
While his parents may be estranged, they still have a healthy, supportive relationship.
Rust is a very good-looking young man, and Marie has been married to the man for a long time.
It was this dynamic that brought Rust to love his mother.
But then Marie got sick and died, leaving Rust with no one to look after him, except for his mother, who still cares for Rust’s siblings.
When he is in the hospital, Rust is drawn into the lives of a number or characters he never knew existed.
His sister, Tristan, a nurse in the family, falls in love with a handsome, young doctor named Dr. Martin Shkreli, who wants to make the world safer.
Rust and his sister are in a race against time to stop Shkrelli, as his own life is threatened.
The story’s setting, a small Midwestern town, is an obvious fit for a serialized drama, but this series also uses the same settings and characters from the novels of Stephen King, including the town’s old inhabitants, its former residents, and the police force that serves them.
The town’s residents are all deeply traumatized by the deaths of their relatives and their own deaths.
It’s a place of grief and trauma, and it all culminates in a terrifying and tragic end.
Rust, Tristan, and all the other characters of the story are real people, with real problems.
They’re also the product of a tragic accident that has left their family devastated.
The first episode, “The Blacker the Berry,” is one of the most chilling episodes in the series, as the residents of the town try to get through the night without getting their heads blown off.
In this episode, Rust and Tristan watch as their father gets shot and dies in the street, with a note saying “He was a good man.”
The episode’s second episode, which is called “Blacker the Blue,” is even more chilling, with the residents looking at each other, as they pray that Rust will wake up, despite the fact that he hasn’t.
The third episode, titled “The White,” is another of the darkest, with Tristan dying in a plane crash that left the entire town in mourning.
The fourth episode, called “The Red,” is about Tristan’s death, with her parents’ grief and loss combined with Rust’s own struggle to cope with losing his father.
But Tristan and Rust aren’t alone in their grief.
Rust’s younger brother, Dylan, who is now a teenager, also loses his father, and he’s struggling with grief and depression, as well.
Dylan has also struggled with his own death, as has Tristan.
The episode “The Yellow” is the darkest.
It takes place in the past, where Tristan is trying to find out who killed her father, but is unable to do so because she’s a child, and is now living in a different town.
The Yellow is the most harrowing of the six episodes.
Rust goes to see his old high school classmate, Anthony, who’s a psychologist at a nearby psychiatric hospital, who has been diagnosed with depression and suicidal tendencies.
Rust meets Anthony at the hospital and is able to get him to talk to him, but then he gets an offer from a wealthy businessman named Charlie to meet with him at the nearby airport.
Charlie is a former gang member, and Rust has a close relationship with him, so Rust is hesitant to get involved with Charlie.
Instead, he heads to the airport and meets Anthony, and gets to know him, which leads to a new friendship.
Tristan goes to her high school to talk about Tristans mother, but as she walks out the door, her parents have arrived.
Tristany’s mother, Maria, and her sister, Vanessa, are both dead, and Tristanna’s mother is still alive, in the form of her daughter, Triston.
Triston has a mysterious past, which means that her mother’s killers have her.
She’s also a genius and a gifted artist, which makes her particularly dangerous, but Tristan still believes that she can help Tristan solve the murder mystery, and to prove it to her mother.
Trish is also a gifted musician, and while Tr