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Dark 2020 season 3 completa episode

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on Thu, 07/16/2020 - 09:12
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The time-travel mind-bender's final episodes are almost here.
Dark 2020
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Ambientada en la Alemania contemporánea, la serie gira alrededor de la desaparición de dos niños en Widen. El pueblo se vuelca en buscarles hasta que la situación cada vez se convierte más en una experiencia sobrenatural. Parece ser que todo se relaciona con los inexplicables sucesos que ocurrieron en 1986. Toda esta misteriosa desaparición, además, sacará a la luz el pasado y los secretos de cuatro familias que descubren que están conectadas.
Lanzamiento : 2017-12-01
Duración : 53 minutos
Género : Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Drama, Misterio, Crimen

In May 2019, a few weeks ahead of the Season 2 release, Dark showrunner Baran bo Odar announced that a third and final season of the series had been greenlit. He wrote, "It‘s official! We are working on Dark Season 3. It is the final cycle of this great journey. We always had three season [sic] in mind when we developed Dark." It's unfortunate the innovative series is already coming to an end, but since the time cycles on the show come in threes, it makes sense that Dark would wrap up with a third installment.

When Odar announced the series would be back, he also shared that it's scheduled to arrive sometime in 2020. Filming wrapped in mid-December 2019, so a summer 2020 debut seemed likely, and on May 14, 2020, Baran bo Odar wrote on Instagram that all work on Season 3 was done, indicating again that a summer release was likely. Finally, on May 26, Netflix set the date via a Season 3 trailer release: June 27.

This date lines up with the plot of the show. It's no coincidence that Season 2 was released on June 21, the day Michael (a.k.a. Mikkel) killed himself and launched the chain of events depicted in Season 1 and Season 2. So, when you consider that bit of information, Netflix is intentionally releasing the final episodes on June 27, 2020, because it's the date of the last cycle and the apocalypse, even though that's a Saturday and the streaming service typically releases its programs on Fridays.
On May 22, the official Instagram account for Dark posted a bunch of cryptic images, including the symbol for infinity and the phrase "the end of the beginning," perhaps teasing an imminent Season 3 trailer. Co-creator Baran Bo Odar also posted an image of the show's creepy time traveling cave on his own account two days prior, adding "The last cycle starts soon... tick tock...." On May 26, Netflix released a German-language trailer for the final season and it quickly racked up more than a million views, and followed up a few hours later with the English-subtitled trailer above.