Dark is a thriller and science fiction television series, co-produced by Jantje Friese and Baran Bo Odar. Dark is all about the aftermath of the disappearance of a child, which reveals secrets of deep relationships between four different families, as they deliberately discover a terrible time travel plan that spans three generations.

Throughout the series, Dark explores the existential meanings of time and its effects on human nature. Dark is the original German-language Netflix series; It premiered on the Netflix streaming service on December 1, 2017.

The first season received positive reviews from critics, who made connections with several more strange things. Netflix renewed Dark for a second season, which premiered on June 21, 2019. The series is finally recommended for a third and last season. Filming began at the end of June 2019.

What’s the scheduled release date for Dark Season 3?

When Odar announced that the series would return, he also shared that it would arrive sometime in 2020. It’s hard to know when season 3 will arrive: season 1 premiered in December 2017, and season 2 came out a year and a half later, on June 21, 2019, but filming was completed in mid-December 2019, So the 2020 release of Dark Season 3 should be somewhat in mid-summer.

Who all are starred for Dark Season 3?

It stars Teen Jonas performed by Louis Hoffman, Martha by Lisa Vicari, Noah by Mark Waschke, Katharina by Jordis Triebel, Old Jonas played by Andreas Pietschmann, and Lee Van Acken as the future anonymous girl.

The cast joined by Barbara Nurse, Jakob Diehl, Sammy Scheuritzel, Nina Kronjager, Hans Diehl, and Axel Werner. We can also assume that we see Alexander Tiedemann (Peter Benedict) and Inspector Clausen (Sylvester Groth) in season 3, especially since the relationship between the two and Klassen’s missing brother is not fully revealed.

What are the expected plot details for season 3?

The official history information of season 3 for Dark has not yet been confirmed but as Season 2 ends with another twist, which shows that the characters can not only travel in time but also have different dimensions.

This was revealed when a second Martha indicated that it was from another timeline when he showed Jonas how to save her from the collapse of the Winden nuclear power plant and turned her away from security.

The end of season 2 saw old Jonas carrying Bartosz, Magnus, and Franziska before the accident with one of the two machines. People still don’t know what time they were traveling.

Season 3 still has many other stories and questions that must be addressed only when it premiers.