Dark, the Germanic science fiction show on Netflix is confirmed to have a season 3. The last two seasons received pretty well reviews that inspired the showrunners for another round. Although with a confusing plot, the show runs smoothly, eventually clarifying all doubts. As the show is mainly concerned with time travel, its set changes keep on moving 33 years back and forth. Personally, being a sci-fi fan, time travel isn’t new for me, but in this case, even the family tree on the core families would have interconnected branches.
Season 3 Release Date.
Odar revealed on Instagram at the end of May that filming was about to begin: “And it’s official! We are working on Dark season three. It is the final cycle of this great journey. We always had three seasons in mind when we developed Dark and are happy to tell you that we will start shooting the third and final season in four weeks so we can deliver you guys the final chapter of Dark next year. Thank you, Netflix, for trusting us! Thank you to ALL THE DARK FANS AROUND THE WORLD! You are amazing! We love you!”
As of now, we do not know about exact dates but can make an educated guess. The second season was aired on 21st June 2019, which was also the date when Mikkel committed suicide in the series thus, starting the chain of events. Following the pattern, we can say the show might air on June 27th, 2020, date of the apocalypse in the series.
Which Faces Will We See?
The cast of this show is a long list. Many characters have multiple faces; present self, middle-aged self, and adult or younger self. However, the main faces are not expected to change as it would make the show even more confusing, but we can expect an addition of a few new faces.
It has been confirmed that Louis Hofmann (young Jonas), Jordis Triebel (Katharina), Lisa Vicari (young Martha), Mark Waschke (old Noah), Andreas Pietschmann (middle-aged Jonas) and Lea van Acken (Silja, Elisabeth’s right-hand woman in 2052–2053) will return for season three.
And the new names joining the cast are Barbara Nurse, Hans Diehl, Jakob Diehl, Nina Kronjager, Sammy Scheuritzel, and Axel Werner.