Dark is a German-language Netflix original show that arrived on Netflix on 1 December 2017.
The season 1 achieved excellent reviews from critics, who made comparisons to Stranger Things. Then Netflix restored Dark for a second season, which was arrived on 21 June 2019.
Now, the Netflix sci-fi thriller series Dark restored for a third and last season. Filming initiated in late June 2019.
Now fans are questioning when season 3 will premiere? What will happen?
All The Updates On Dark Season 3
Premiere Date Of Dark Season 3
There is no official release date announced till now, but it believed that Dark Season 3 might be arrived near the fall of 2020 or in the first half of 2021.
Cast Members Of Dark Season 3
The cast members of the Dark season are as follows: Karoline Eichhorn (Charlotte Doppler), Maja Schöne (Hannah Kahnwald), Louis Hofmann (Jonas Kahnwald), Jördis Triebel (Katharina Nielsen), Stephan Kampwirth (Peter Doppler).
We are not assured regarding the comeback of other stars for the third season.
Storyline Of Dark Season 3
At the end of Season 2, it was revealed that everyone could not only move through time but also different dimensions.
It was learned when a second Martha revealed that she was from a different timeline when she came to save Jonas from the Winden nuclear power plant meltdown.
The conclusion of the second season also noted the wrinkled Jonas take Bartosz, Magnus, and Franziska far from Winden before the encounter with one of the two-time machines. People have, however, to realize what time they all traveled to.
There are, however, various different stories and questions that require to be addressed in season 3.
It includes what happened to Elisabeth and her papa, Peter, after they moved away from the bunker following the meltdown.
Did Katharina make it to 1986 so she could attend Mikkel, and what will Adam and the rest of the Sic Mundus group make next with the last loop already initiated?
Will they succeed with their war against time, or will they be hit by the younger Jonas and alternate dimension, Martha?