Well, “Dark” is the German science thriller series co-created by Baran bo Odar and Jantje Friese. Dark is the first-ever German original series. The thrilling story of dark revolves around the sudden disappearance of a girl child. And ultimately, we will find some hints of time travel conspiracy with her disappearance.
The series has completed two of its seasons before, and fans have now set high expectations from the season 3 of the series. The first season came in 2017, and if you have not watched the first two initial series, then first go and watch them know more about the storyline.
Dark Season 3 Release Date:
The last season came in May 2019, and the showrunner has confirmed that Netflix has given them positive signals to start their shooting process. He also mentioned that The Dark S3 would make to the big screen around mid-2020.
And it’s good news for the fans that the series has completed its pre and post-production stages in February this year. So the release date may not get late due to the current situation of COVID-19 Pandemic. But the official release date has not yet announced by the production team. But we expect the streaming of S3 very soon.
Plot Details Of Season 3 :
We, Cant, predict any type of new plotlines as of now. But we can assure one thing that the story will revolve around the main concept of time travel. And it’s going to be a little bit different from the previous two seasons. Season 3 may reveal new conspiracy with the time travel.
And we will get to know more details about the instance disappearance of the girl. Some of the sources have confirmed that season 3 episodes are going to be a little bit longer than the previous two episodes. And the S3 episodes will be full of many details. Stay tuned for the release date of the series, which will unveil many mysterious concepts of the series.
Cast Details :
The Cast of Season 3 will be the same as Season 2. We will find Louis Hofmann as Jonas, Jordis Triebel, as Katharina. Along with them, the cast will be Lisa Vicari as Martha, Mark Waschke, as Noah.