Dark season 3 trailer reveals launch date, time journey in ‘a new world’

Dark season 3 trailer reveals release date, time travel in ‘a new world’

Dark is returning for one last cycle. The first teaser trailer for the present’s last season got here out on Tuesday to let followers know that Netflix will launch season 3 on June 26.

The trailer itself is fairly obscure, which is par for the course from Netflix’s time-traveling German-language drama. But there are just a few bits that ought to give followers a lot to speak about.

[Ed. observe: This put up incorporates spoilers for Dark season 2]

In the teaser we get affirmation of what we knew to be true final season: the one factor left to do is break the cycle. It appears that the entire totally different variations of Jonas should work with — and towards — one another to attempt to finish the cycle of time that has outlined the present up to now and induced the top of civilization.

Significant components of the trailer additionally appear to run in reverse which might both be a teaser for issues to come back in season 3, or possibly it’s only a little bit of intelligent misdirection to forestall giving a lot away.

Another small tidbit comes within the teaser’s YouTube description which reads, “The time-twisting madness reaches its conclusion in a strange new world, where some things are quite familiar — and others are disturbingly not.”

This confirms what the brand new model of Martha mentioned on the finish of season 2, when she advised Jonas that the query wasn’t what time she was from, however what world. With this new season occurring in a brand new world, and since that world is barely totally different there ought to be loads of surprises in retailer for followers with small name outs to the variations between the worlds. It’s additionally attainable that solely somebody who has traveled from a special world might break the cycle, although we’ll simply have to attend for the season to launch to search out that out.

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