Dark Season 3 Release Date, Cast, Plot, What Is Connection Between Elisabeth And Charlotte?
For the first time, Netflix launched its first series in German, Dark in December 2017 which became a surprise success.
This series is based on the story of the struggle for the nature of the free will and fate of the world, themes that manifest in human relationships and also about the battle of good and evil.
Dark Season 3: Release Date
When Odar announced the series would be back, he also shared that it’s scheduled to arrive sometime in 2020.
Dark Season 3: Cast
There might be chances that the series regulars will return for season 3. That includes Louis Hofmann as teen Jonas, Jordis Triebel as Katharina, Lisa Vicari as Martha, Mark Waschke as Noah, Andreas Pietschmann as older Jonas, and Lea van Acken as the unnamed girl from the future. Set to join the cast are Barbara Nurse, Hans Diehl, Jakob Diehl, Nina Kronjager, Sammy Scheuritzel, and Axel Werner.
We might also get to see Magnus (Moritz Jahn), old Elisabeth (Sandra Borgmann), young Elisabeth (Carlotta von Falkenhayn), Adam (a.k.a. most former Jonas, played by Dietrich Hollinderbäumer), Wöller (Leopold Hornung), young Katharina (Nele Trebs), Ulrich Nielsen (Oliver Masucci), old Ulrich (Winfried Glatzeder), Franziska Doppler (Gina Stiebitz), young Egon Tiedemann (Sebastian Hülk), Doris Tiedemann (Luise Heyer), Bartosz (Paul Lux), Hannah (Maja Schöne), middle-aged Claudia Tiedemann (Julika Jenkins), young Noah (Max Schimmelpfennig), and Charlotte (Karoline Eichhorn).
Dark Season 3: Plot
Dark is the type of show that tends to give a headache if anyone tries to theorise it, as there are rules to time travel on the show.
In an interview with IndieWire, showrunner Jantje Friese said, “The basic idea of Season 3 was something that we already had when we started. There are also a lot of things in Season 1 hinting to Season 3. Also, we thought about putting some of the stuff that’s now in Season 3 into Season 2 but then decided to move it backwards. So basically now everything that’s left falls into Season 3.”
In season 2 finale, both Charlotte and Elizabeth see each other across the wormhole in the power plant and reach out, but it’s not shown what happens next. There might be chances that they switch places, but then that would turn out as a tragedy as Elizabeth had initially escaped the meltdown via bunker. It might also be possible that they went to different times altogether.