Dark • Season 3 Review • “The End is the Beginning – Unspoiled Explainer”

Dark • Season 3 Review
“The End is the Beginning" – Unspoiled Explainer

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What I think the series finale means to the future of the franchise. The clues lie within one character, and an oft repeated phrase.

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The Series Finale Promised To Answer Our Questions. Did Netflix Deliver?

I've watched the entire series; all 26 episodes. This review is based on season 3 of Dark.

One of the best Original Series to come out of Netflix is the German-made "Dark". If you donate only a few moments of your time to reading reviews, then this is all you need to know:

It's brilliant.

Want to learn more? Read on.

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An extraordinary feat!

Released in 2017 with little fanfare in North America (but garnered a huge following in Deutschland), this brilliant series recently hit number one on IMDb's most popular pages.

Let me say that again. "Dark", a foreign-language TV show, was number one on IMDb's most popular pages.

A German-language, supernatural, time-travel show, with a complicated storyline, featuring little-known actors, trending on an an American US entertainment website.

That's pretty extraordinary.

But why, tho?

Thousands of blockbuster movies and television series have held this spot before - some for weeks at a time. But very few were made in a language other than English. (Don't worry, Netflix offers language dubbing for "Dark" so there's no need to read subtitles.)

As I write this article, "Dark" is still the the most popular page on IMDb. Overall, it's the 71st most popular TV show - ever.

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Full Disclosure.

I am a German-language Beta Tester for IMDb. So I write and translate a lot of German plot summaries. And this sometimes requires my watching a lot of original German-made TV and movies. "Dark" is my all-time favourite. So I may be a little biased.

Do they explain everything?

With the 3rd and final season now streaming on Netflix, the series promises answers for many of our questions. And they do deliver. But not all of our questions are answered.

For example, Officer Torben Wöller's right eye was bandaged throughout the first season. In the second season, Wöller was sporting an uber cool black eyepatch - denoting that his injury was healing. But the third season? No bandage, no eyepatch, but now he's missing his left arm! No explanation for this sudden disappearance of a rather important appendage for a cop. But, I think this props up my theory about the series ending (keep reading).

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There will be blood.

Season three is violent. There will be blood. And a lot of literal head-smashing. Lots of killings, suicides, and some nudity and sex scenes. There's also an attempted rape scene which ends very badly for one person. So, yeah, send the kiddos away because "Dark" is very dark, and not "Stranger Things".

Is Dark really over?

Is the series really over? Perhaps. But I sense something may be in the works. Let me explain.

Throughout the 26-episode series, you often hear the phrase, "The end is the beginning." That's a pretty big clue suggesting how it's going to end. With the "it" being both the endless cycle of time travel in Winden, and the series itself.

So although many of our questions are answered, especially during the final four episodes, there is this one thing that bothers me. Well, not really bothers me so much as it makes me think.

Well, what's this, then?

A major character, whom I shall not name, but is able to travel between time and space freely, is pregnant. It's subtle, and may have been overlooked by viewers. But there is so much going on, and so many storylines to follow. So, I don't blame anyone if they missed it.

But, watch this particular character's scenes again. Closely. You'll notice that no matter the year - she is pregnant! Always. You'll learn whom the real father is if you follow her character right through to the end.

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Is the beginning the end, or is the end just the beginning?

She appears in the final scene, of the final act, in the final episode. And once we get passed a minor, but important distraction, we notice that the woman is (still) pregnant.

Then director Baran bo Odar lets us have it. Our answer.

I believe I gasped something like, "Wait, what? WTF. OMG!"

To summarize.

"Dark" is worth your time, over and over again.

 

Yes, pretty much everything is explained. We learn where everyone comes from, who they are connected to and why they are where they are, when they are.

 

Yes, the series is over. No more seasons are planned.

 

But, there's a stunning revelation in the final scene.

 

The end is the beginning?

I'm not a critic, and I barely qualify as a journalist. In fact, I wouldn't even call myself a writer, lest I insult actual wordsmiths! So, if I take the time to binge a series and then write about it, I do it because I'm a fan.

Unless the apocalypse is imminent, you can watch all episodes of "Dark" on Netflix.

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Thanks for your support and love! ❤️~ Nick

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Dark (2017)
Starring: Oliver Masucci, Karoline Eichhorn, Jördis Triebel, Louis Hofmann, Maja Schöne, Stephan Kampwirth, Daan Lennard Liebrenz, Andreas Pietschmann, Deborah Kaufmann, Tatja Seibt, Walter Kreye, Lisa Vicari, Paul Lux, Hermann Beyer, Moritz Jahn.

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Locke & Key • Fandom Review • “Unlocke a Worthy Binge”

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Unlocke a worthy binge this weekend. 'Locke & Key' premieres February 7 on Netflix.

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Welcome to the Locke & Key spoiler free fandom review! Netflix's latest comic book adaptation only just begins to tell the complex and magical story of the Locke family. Is it worth the binge? The short answer is yes!

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The decade-long wait is finally over! 'Locke & Key' has likely found a forever home.

First, a little background info.

Locke & Key is based on the comic book series (by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodríguez) of the same name. If you're wondering, having knowledge of the comics before watching the series isn't necessary.

So, in short, Nina and her three kids - two teens (Tyler and Kinsey) and a precocious 11 year old (Bode) - move to the family's estate, 'Key House', on the other side of the country. The reason for the move? Rendell Locke, loving husband and father, was brutally murdered. The motive behind his killing becomes clear as the series moves forward.

What trauma looks like.

Nina, who was injured in the attack, is a recovering alcoholic. Tyler, who witnessed with murder, feels partially responsible and Kinsey is also filled with guilt. She too was at home when the murder took place and had the means to stop it. However, Kinsey was so overcome with fear that she just froze. But, to her credit, she was also protecting Bode.

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That kind of baggage would be difficult for anyone to carry around. So it's only natural that one would feel compelled to get as far away as possible. Nina's choice was to leave Seattle and move to the Locke ancestral home on the east coast. As an added incentive, Rendell's brother, Duncan, lives in nearby Boston and remains a close and trusted uncle to the kids. And that's where our story begins.

Welcome to Key House.

Key House, located in the small town of Matheson, Massachusetts, sits on a massive plot of land. The property comes complete with a cemetery, a lush forest, a wellhouse, and a lovely ocean view. Although unoccupied for a number of years, the property is maintained by Rendell's school friend, Ellie, and her teenage son, Rufus (marvellously played by autistic actor Coby Bird). The land, and the mansion that sits on it, has a mysterious and sordid narrative. It's apparent that all the kids in Matheson have heard about it, and refer to the mansion as 'the most haunted house in Matheson.'

The creepy Key House is a major character in season 1 of Locke & Key. (Source: Netflix)

It's bigger than the pictures. Also, a little more Norman Bates. ~ Tyler Locke

Where there's a Locke, there's a key.

Hidden around the house are magical keys - each with its own incantation. And it's what that charm can do that can be both extraordinary and frightening. The fascinating history of the keys and the Locke family is complex. Although only briefly explained in the series, we learn that the keys were forged from 'whispering iron.' So, when a demon attempts to crossover from their dimension to this one without a host (a human to possess), it becomes a lump of iron - whispering iron. The portal to this demonic dimension is on the Locke property. And the keys were forged by a young blacksmith, Benjamin Locke, during the late 1700's.

Just a little turn of the Omega Key and you'll open the door to another dimension in season 1 of Locke & Key. (Source: Netflix)

The last time that door was opened, dad's friend got possessed by a demon. ~ Tyler Locke

What the heck is 'whispering iron' you ask? Well, when a demon attempts to crossover from their dimension to this one without a host (a human to possess), it becomes a lump of iron - whispering iron. The portal to this demonic dimension is on the Locke property. And the keys were forged by a young blacksmith, Benjamin Locke, during the late 1700's.

The portal to another dimension is beneath the Locke property in season 1 of Locke & Key. (Source: Netflix)

So many keys, so little time.

According to lore, many keys were forged. However, in season 1 of Locke & Key we see only a fraction of what's out there and what they can do. Young Bode (the memorable Jackson Robert Scott of 'It' fame) is the first one to find a key. Naturally, as the youngest member of the Locke family, he can hear the whispering of the keys.

Jackson Robert Scott is Bode Locke in season 1 of Locke & Key. (Source: Netflix)

They'll only call to people who are very special. Like you, Bode. ~ Dodge

What do they say? We don't exactly know. The whispering is incomprehensible, but the closer we get to the key the louder the murmur becomes. It's important to note that adults can neither hear the whispers nor remember anything that happens when a key is used. But, as we find out later, the memory lapse can be avoided.

Whoops! My bad.

Soon enough, more keys are discovered and Bode lets Tyler and Kinsey in on the fun. But, as the old saying goes, 'It's all fun and games until someone gets hurt.' Or, in this scenario, 'It's all fun and games until someone releases a demon!' As the Locke siblings have fun with the different keys they find (they're magic, who wouldn't play with them!?), Bode inadvertently releases a demon.

Jackson Robert Scott is Bode Locke and Laysla De Oliveira is Dodge in season 1 of Locke & Key. (Source: Netflix)

I'll help you, Bode...but I need you to give me the Anywhere Key. ~ Dodge

Dodge (Canadian actress Laysla De Oliveira) tricks Bode into handing over a very important key. The 'Anywhere Key' allows the bearer to open any door and go anywhere they visualize.

Bode's little mistake becomes a major problem. With the help of the 'Anywhere Key', Dodge will do what she wants, when she wants, to whomever she wants to get the remaining keys. There's nothing more dangerous than a Demon who wants what you have, but can't just take it from you.

Not Narnia, and so not Disney.

Ok, so this is not a cute Disney tale about a magical wardrobe and talking animals. Locke & Key is dark. Very dark. Underage drinking, bloody murder, violence. Pretty much everything Disney+ doesn't have. Neither is Locke & Key just another 'haunted house' time-waster. Certainly, most of the 'magic' happens within the confines of Keyhouse but series is so much more.

Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones, Hallea Jones, Petrice Jones, Griffin Gluck, Genevieve Kang in season 1 of Locke & Key. (Source: Netflix)

Netflix can keep the interest of the mid-teen demo and stay ahead of Disney+ with more shows like Locke & Key, Stranger Things, The Umbrella Academy. But it won't be easy. Certainly, both companies have a bottomless pit of cash available to make blockbuster movies and TV shows. But Disney is still the go-to choice for family entertainment.

Connor Jessup is Tyler Locke and Darby Stanchfield is Nina Locke in season 1 of Locke & Key. (Source: Netflix)

Season 2.

The 10-episode series only just begins to tell the Locke story. The family tree is huge (considering the size of the cemetery), so there are are more characters (and keys!) to explore. The Locke estate is like a massive evil amusement park. And the discovery of the portal to the plains of Leng is certainly an idea that we'd like to see explored in greater detail.

Unconfirmed, yet reliable sources, say that producers are already working on a second season. As I write this, Locke & Key's inaugural season is still a week away from release. However, there is already an established fanbase that seems to grow by the day. I'm confident that Netflix has done the right thing and fans will likely embrace Locke & Key. So, I see no reason why there won't be at least 3 more seasons.

Was it worth the wait?

I think so, yes. Even though the show isn't exactly like the beloved comic book series, Locke & Key is a worthy binge. It's violent, but not as bloody and graphic as the comics. There's also little humour - dare I say 'playfulness' - that isn't of the eye-rolling type.

I'm not a critic, and I barely qualify as a journalist. In fact, I wouldn't even call myself a writer, lest I insult actual wordsmiths! So, if I take the time to binge a series and then write about it, I do it because I'm a fan. And now, I'm Locke & Key's newest devotee.

The magical keys.

Benjamin Locke forged a lot of keys. Here's a list of the best keys to have, and what they can do for you. Oh, I should add that not all of these keys are used in the first season of Lock & Key.

Omega Key.

Opens the lock on the demonic door (aka: the Black Door). The first key created.

Echo Key.

Allows entry to the Keyhouse well house, and with the Echo Key in hand, allows a person to return a spirit from the dead to the world of the living. Leaving through the well house door, however, banishes the spirit back to wherever it came from.

Anywhere Key.

Opens a door to anywhere the bearer can visualize in their mind.

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Music Box Key.

Inserted into a magical music box, it will cause the music box to play a song that compels whomever is listening to it to obey its lyrics. Whomever turns the key can supply the command to be carried out by the listener. Commands are carried out so long as the music is playing and the listener can hear it.

Gender Key.

Opens a door that swaps the user's biological gender (males transform to females, females transform to males).

Head Key.

Inserted into the base of someone's head, it allows one to peer inside the mind of a person, where memories and mental concepts (even "sanity" itself) are represented as tiny beings. The memories can be removed, and even swapped between people. Books inserted into a head with the Head Key transfer their contents to the bearer of the key, though in such a situation the knowledge of the text is accurate but superficial.

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Shadow Key.

Allows its wearer to control shadow creatures, and even the shadows of other people, which are themselves capable of interacting with the material world (often violently). Embedded in a crown, it is a tremendous source of power for whomever is wearing it, though the shadows can themselves be rendered immaterial by bright light.

Giant Key.

This physically large key, once inserted into a keyhole-shaped window in Keyhouse, transforms the bearer into a massive giant.

Mending Key.

Opens a magical cabinet in Keyhouse into which a broken object can be placed (the cabinet can resize itself to the size of the object). Once the object is locked inside the cabinet, it is repaired. While it can heal even severely wounded people, it cannot apparently resurrect the dead.

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Angel Key.

Inserted into a harness with large feathered wings, it grants a person the power of winged flight.

Hurcules Key.

Embedded in a necklace, it grants the bearer considerable additional strength and bulk.

Ghost Key.

When used in the right door in Keyhouse, it separates the soul of whomever travels through the door from their body. Their body crumples dead, while their ghost is free to roam the Keyhouse grounds. Ghost souls can inhabit any other bodies nearby, and clash with other ghosts.

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Animal Key.

Used on the right door in Keyhouse, it allows anyone who travels through the door to transform into an animal. (It is unclear whether they have choice in the matter; it appears that they are assigned the animal by the key, according to some sort of spiritual affinity.) An animal with a human soul that travels back through the door (from outside to inside) turns into the human whose soul is in the animal, apparently.

Timeshift Key.

Operates a grandfather clock that allows a user to observe (but not interact with) past events. However the clock is limited to a specific time period. The earliest date one can visit is January 13, 1775 & the latest date is December 31, 1999.

Alpha Key.

Removes demons from possessed people; inserts into their chests. Because it turns the demons instantly into whispering iron while it is still inside the host, it is fatal.

Philosophoscope Key.

Gives access to a device that provides viewing access to various people and places.

(source: Wikipedia [based on the comic book version])

Locke & Key sneak-peek photo gallery.

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This page is a part of my 8FLiX Standom. For more "Locke & Key" fandom-standom awesomeness, check back throughout the week. I'll be adding loads of content to get you ready for Friday's premiere on Netflix. Thanks for your support and love! ❤️~ Nick

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Locke & Key (2020)
Starring: Darby Stanchfield, Emilia Jones, Connor Jessup, Jackson Robert Scott, Petrice Jones, Griffin Gluck, Laysla De Oliveira and Sherri Saum.

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Dark • Season 2 Review • “It Keeps Getting Batter and Better”

Dark • Season 2 Review
“It Keeps Getting Better and Better"

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The REAL Question is: Why Aren't You Watching "Dark"?

This is my original review for "Dark", season 2 - reposted and edited for aesthetics on June 29, 2020

Read the season 1 review before continuing. Otherwise, this won't make any sense!

Things to know, before you begin your binge.

"Dark" is an 18-episode Netflix Original Series created by Baran bo Odar and Jantje Friese.

Season 2 has 8 episodes. Season 1 has 10 episodes.

The focus of the series is mystery and time travel. In season 2, the 'God Particle', aka Higgs boson (or Higgs particle) is seriously 'toyed' with as well.

This series will have 3 seasons. The third and final season is (now showing).

Episodes vary in length - 48 minutes to about 61 minutes each.

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The original spoken language in "Dark" is German, with alternate audio-dubbing and subtitle languages available in English, French, Spanish and Italian. It may be a good idea to check local listings for more available language options (there are many).

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So where were we? Oh yes...

"Dark", season 2, picks up 6 months after the first season left off. While Mikkel (Daan Lennard Liebrenz) is settling in to his new surroundings, Jonas (Louis Hofmann) remains stuck in his.

A few new characters are introduced. Adam (Dietrich Hollinderbäumer) is one. He's the leader of a group of 'Travelers' trying to 'restart the world'. Adam has a seriously scarred face thanks to constant time travel.

Time travel is the main focus of season 2. A lot more attention is given to the different time periods (1921, 1953, 1954, 1986, 1987, 2019, 2020, 2053). Believe it or not, this helps the viewer understand more about what's happening in Winden.

And what else...

As more residents go missing, the police bring in a special investigator - a man called Clausen (played by the great Sylvester Groth) - to help solve the mystery. He has a very peculiar interest in the case. Rather, I should say connection.

Also, The Stranger's (German hottie, Andreas Pietschmann) motives for coming from the future take on a life of their own. We learn his true identity. And he ties up some loose ends and plot holes.

This season is a lot easier to follow than the first one. There's less confusion about who is who. And character backgrounds are explained in greater detail. It's to be expected, I guess. Likely because all three seasons of "Dark" have already been written. And, like any story, the closer we get to the end, the more we know.

Wöller (Leopold Hornung) still has an eye injury. But, why is what we want to know

Thing to look for in "Dark" season 2.

Pay close attention to 3 things in particular.

1) The dialogue, especially Adam's. He's sort of playing 'God' here. His words and actions are so important.

2) Subtle facial features (like, one blue eye one brown eye) and body features. This, too, will help you piece together this massive puzzle.

3) The names of the characters. Some are closely similar for a reason.

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Moving the spotlight.

Most of the characters from last season are back. But, many of the main characters from season 1 have more supporting roles this season. And last season's mostly supporting characters are now in the spotlight.

Why aren't you watching this series?

I've said in the past that this series is the best thing to come out of Germany since BMW. I still feel that way. "Dark" is so underrated and so good.

Please, watch "Dark" despite the original language (German). There's no shame in reading subtitles, or using the numerous language-dubbed soundtracks. The English language dubbing is considerably better than it was for season 1.

To summarize.

"Dark" is one of the best binges you'll have this year.

 

I don't like putting numbers on shows, but if I had to I'd give Dark a 9 out of 10.

 

Did I mention that you should really watch this series?

 

Three seasons of "Dark" were written back-to-back. Expect all of your questions answered by the end of the series (expected in 2020).

I'm not a critic, and I barely qualify as a journalist. In fact, I wouldn't even call myself a writer, lest I insult actual wordsmiths! So, if I take the time to binge a series and then write about it, I do it because I'm a fan.

Unless the apocalypse is imminent, you can watch all episodes of "Dark" on Netflix.

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Dark (2017)
Starring: Oliver Masucci, Karoline Eichhorn, Jördis Triebel, Louis Hofmann, Maja Schöne, Stephan Kampwirth, Daan Lennard Liebrenz, Andreas Pietschmann, Deborah Kaufmann, Tatja Seibt, Walter Kreye, Lisa Vicari, Paul Lux, Hermann Beyer, Moritz Jahn.

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Dark • Season 1 Review • “Best Sci-Fi Show in Decades. Period”

Dark • Season 1 Review
“The Best Sci-Fi Show in Decades. Period"

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There. I said it. Watch this series - especially if, but not limited to, you're a fan of the sci-fi genre.

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It's a Cliche - But Netflix's "Dark" Really is MIND-BENDING

This is my original review for "Dark", season 1 - reposted and edited for aesthetics on June 29, 2020

Best Sci-Fi Show in Decades. Period.

Based in the town of Winden, Germany (a real town, but fictional in this case…more on that in a minute), a child goes missing, then another, then another. A dead boy suddenly appears, partially buried in the forest, but not one of the missing children.

Birds are falling from the sky, almost at random, dead before they even hit the ground. Electrical disturbances, strange sightings, sheep falling dead in a pasture with blown-out eardrums…all of this seems eerily familiar. Déjà-vu perhaps, or caused by the nuclear power plant? Maybe something supernatural?

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Winden wasn't built in a day - or was it?

To build something great, it takes time. Give this series at least two episodes to build the suspense, it will be well worth it. The first few episodes of "Dark", the new brilliant Netflix original series from Germany, build the characters up. A little bit of information is revealed about each as the story slowly moves along. The narrative will become clear to you soon enough.

Why compare to Stranger Things?

Some people compare "Dark" to "Stranger Things" (why do some people compare nearly every supernatural Netflix series to "Stranger Things"?). I wouldn’t go too far with that opinion. Part of the story happens in 1986, but also in two other time periods. Comparing the two shows would do neither justice. If you need to compare, they are both great. That’s it.

Unlike "Stranger Things‘" Hawkins, Indiana, Winden is a real town. However, according to series director Baran bo Odar and writer Jantje Friese, "Dark‘s" Winden is a mashup of the small German towns that they grew up in around the time of the "Chernobyl" nuclear disaster in 1986.

Two things you'll like about "Dark".

1) This is a complex show with a lot going on, pay attention because the characters are intricate, full of emotion, and every little thing they do affects everything and everyone else around them.

2) It’s binge-worthy and you can probably watch the whole first season over a weekend (10 episodes, roughly 50-minutes each).

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Two things you'll dislike about "Dark".

1) The English dubbing is horrible (no offense meant to the voice actors). Watch the original German version with subtitles if you can. However, if you don’t care about poor English dubbing (voices that really don’t suit the actor or character, and poor inflection), then by all means watch the dubbed version.

With the subtitled version, you may need to watch it twice to catch the things you missed (visually) while reading the subtitles. I watched the entire series twice, once with English dubbing and the second time in German with English subtitles. It helped immensely with my understanding of the story, and who is who (like I said, the story jumps from period to period).

2) If you’re not used to foreign made productions, "Dark" may seem a little…off, if not unorthodox, and thus of no interest to you. However, this is the exact reason why many enjoy foreign made movies and TV shows. It’s different.

To summarize.

"Dark" is worth your time, over and over again.

 

It's seriously complicated. Watch it more than once.

 

If you can, watch the German language version with subtitles (many languages available).

 

There are two more seasons expected. 26 episodes were written. Season 1 has 10 episodes.

I'm not a critic, and I barely qualify as a journalist. In fact, I wouldn't even call myself a writer, lest I insult actual wordsmiths! So, if I take the time to binge a series and then write about it, I do it because I'm a fan.

Unless the apocalypse is imminent, you can watch all episodes of "Dark" on Netflix.

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Thanks for your support and love! ❤️~ Nick

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Dark (2017)
Starring: Oliver Masucci, Karoline Eichhorn, Jördis Triebel, Louis Hofmann, Maja Schöne, Stephan Kampwirth, Daan Lennard Liebrenz, Andreas Pietschmann, Deborah Kaufmann, Tatja Seibt, Walter Kreye, Lisa Vicari, Paul Lux, Hermann Beyer, Moritz Jahn.

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