Dark Season 3 Storyline And What To Expect From Season 3 2020 has been about recognizing more distinct talent in terms of movies and tv series. With Parasite, a Korean film winning the Oscar, we have learned to acknowledge diverse art too.
This year, we saw the rise of foreign tv series like Elite (Spanish) and La Casa De Papel (Spanish). That’s when we came across this Sci-Fi show on Netflix called- Dark. Dark is a German tv show based on crime. Baran bo Odar and Jantje Friese have co-created the show.
Back in 2017, Dark’s first season was released. It instantly became acknowledged and was critically acclaimed. Since then, season 2 released in 2019, and now, on June 27th the final season is releasing!
Dark Series: Storyline
The setting is in a fictional town of Winden, Germany. The series is an aftermath of a child’s disappearance. It reveals the four estranged families.
Source: The VergeThroughout the series, we see them unraveling a sinister time travel conspiracy which spans into three generations. Dark explores the existential implications of time and its effect on human nature.
What To Expect From Dark Season 3?
The show touches concepts of free will and the relationship between good and evil. In season 3, we will see every loose end tying each other.
Friese revealed in an interview, “The basic idea of season 3 was something that we already had when we started. There are also a lot of things in season 1 hinting to season 3. Also, we thought about putting some of the stuff that’s now in season 3 into season 2 but then decided to move it backward. So basically now everything that’s left just falls into season 3.”
Dark Season 3: Final Verdict
All in all, Dark is one of the best tv series to give us an insight into a cerebral concept. I think the smooth-running apparatus makes it easier for the audience to get ‘obsessed’ with the show.
During times of darkness, the show Dark tells us how there is always a light that leads us to our destination. Let us know about your views on Dark!
Dark Season 3 Cast
The leading role in the season was Louis Hoffman as teen Jonas, Lisa Vicari as Martha, Andreas Pietschmann as older Jonas. some others were Moritz Jahn as Magnus, Sandra Borgmann as old Elisabeth, Carlotta von Falkenhayn as Elisabeth.