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Claudia reveals to Adam how everything is connected — and how he can destroy the knot.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Dark from 555 votes.
Across three centuries, Winden's residents continue their desperate quest to alter their fate and save their loved ones.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Dark from 503 votes.
On the day of the apocalypse, Clausen executes a search warrant at the power plant as Jonas and Claudia use the time machine to connect past and future.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Dark from 1388 votes.
Armed with a plan to prevent the apocalypse, Jonas travels to 2019. During the Nielsens' anniversary party, Ulrich sneaks off with Hannah.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Dark from 1343 votes.
In 2020, a visitor delivers a warning to Claudia. The day before the apocalypse, Jonas begins to question Eva's motives.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Dark from 545 votes.
Adam holds Martha captive in 2020. On the day of the apocalypse, an increasingly frantic Martha begs Bartosz for his help.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Dark from 506 votes.
Jonas meets an ominous figure. While the kids comb the cave for answers, the adults gather in the bunker to share what they know about the travelers.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Dark from 1366 votes.
Peter gets a shock. Jonas learns the truth about his family, but there are more surprises still to come. Helge makes a sacrifice.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Dark from 2306 votes.
In 1987, Ulrich seizes an opportunity. The kids return to the cave with the time machine, and Jonas learns of a loophole that could change the future.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Dark from 1320 votes.
Martha and Jonas travel to 2052 and get a glimpse of a grim future. In 1954, two residents of Winden go missing, and Hannah receives surprising news.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Dark from 573 votes.
Martha meets the Stranger and learns his true identity. Claudia tries to prevent Egon's death in 1987. Hannah travels to 1954 to see Ulrich.
The episode was rated #1 Best episode of Dark from 1299 votes.
In 2019, Jonas emerges from the cave into a strange but familiar world: the town of Winden, reeling from the recent disappearance of a young boy.
The episode was rated #2 Best episode of Dark from 805 votes.
In 1953, the disfigured bodies of two boys are exhumed at a construction site, the future location of Winden's nuclear power plant.
The episode was rated #3 Best episode of Dark from 2284 votes.
Ulrich looks to the past for answers and dredges up disturbing family secrets. Armed with new tools, Jonas probes the cave's murky depths.
The episode was rated #4 Best episode of Dark from 2337 votes.
In 1954, a missing Helge returns, but he'll only speak to Noah. In 1987, Claudia brings the time machine to Tannhaus, and Egon questions Ulrich again.
The episode was rated #5 Best episode of Dark from 1372 votes.
Hannah takes her obsession with Ulrich too far. The stranger asks Regina to deliver an important package. Martha is torn between Jonas and Bartosz.
The episode was rated #6 Best episode of Dark from 2409 votes.
Martha travels to 1888 to warn her friends about the 2020 disaster. Winden residents past and present search for their missing loved ones.
The episode was rated #7 Best episode of Dark from 681 votes.
Ulrich runs afoul of the law, Helge tries to dodge Egon Tiedemann, Claudia harnesses the cave's powers, and Katharina lashes out at Hannah.
The episode was rated #8 Best episode of Dark from 2219 votes.
Clausen and Charlotte interview Regina. The Stranger takes Hannah to 1987, where Claudia has an unnerving encounter and Egon visits an old nemesis.
The episode was rated #9 Best episode of Dark from 1434 votes.
Ulrich questions a frail and frightened Helge in the nursing home. Jonas searches for Mikkel, but the stranger warns him about meddling with the past.
The episode was rated #10 Best episode of Dark from 2255 votes.
Last updated: apr 19, 2021
Intelligent, twisting, gripping, well written and well acted. Definitely worth a watch. Netflix gives you options - mine was the original German with English subtitles. That’s my recommendation.
Absolutely fantastic. I will admit that I hesitated at first, but then I thought why not give it a try. Gloomy and eerie, but good at it. The music throughout the series is really well chosen; it fits perfectly well. The writing is also top notch, as is the acting. You can either have it in English sound or in German sound with English subtitles. Honestly I wasn't bothered at all with the English sound, so if that's your thing you will be able to enjoy the series just fine (maybe you'll also be slightly less distracted as opposed to reading subtitles). Personally I chose the German sound, as it felt more natural. Honestly, give it a try. Might very well be the best series I've watched this year. EDIT: Binged season 2 in a sitting. Just wow. This review doesn't do it justice. And the casting...I mean, I totally thought [spoiler]old Ulrich was the result of CGI or something.[/spoiler] Season 2 is best thing I've watched this year and last year included (ever?).
Altough I'm german I rarely check out german TV shows. The last one was Deutschland 83 and that was like two years ago. Germany just hasn't figured TV out yet but that's another discussion. When I heard Netflix was producing a german show I just had to check it out because Netflix has a great track record so far and Germany does have talent infront and behind the camera. But overall I think this show just fell flat. Good, but nothing great. Fantastic visuals that are shot very beatifull, the actors IMO are mostly great and the music/score can be beautiful but often gets obnoxious. But unfortunetly there are too many characters that are hard to keep track off which distracts from the story. The story is already confusing enough even without trying to keep up with the many characters over different decades and it heavily sets up future seasons without answering a lot of questions about this one and just left me unsatisfied at the end. Still worth watching tough IMO and very bingeable similarly to Stranger Things. But if you do watch it then choose the subbed version. I checked out the dub really quick and it sounded horrible. And also don't browse your phone as you might do on other shows. You're going to miss so much important shit. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- EDIT after Season 2: I'm not actually sure what just happened and what I think about it. But the one thing I'm sure of is that the casting in this show is absolutely phenomenal. The actors look so much like their younger counterparts that I'm not fully convinced they aren't actually related. Plus the cinematography is still fantastic and the music monatages are really beautiful (and they got rid of those obnoxious sound effects). And altough the story is still very confusing I found it more easier to follow and more engaging than Season 1 because I now know all the charcters and their background. And it seems that the writers had this all planned out and aren't just making shit up as they go. Changed my rating from 8 to 9. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- EDIT after my first rewatch just before S3 is released. Changing my rating again. This time to a 10. After S1 I thought it was good but confusing show (8), after S2 I thought it was great and really well thought out one (9). Now after rewatching both seasons for the first time I think the show is fucking masterpiece. (10). Once you can watch it without being confused and actually knowing what is happening your just in awe throughout all of it. If they stick the landing with season 3 it could be up there with the best ever. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- EDIT after Season 3 Masterpiece. Simple as that. Writing. Directing. Cinematography. Casting. Acting. Soundtrack. Everything is perfect. I'm going to miss the beautiful music montages at the end.
A German Lost, but way less interesting. A writing so poor that they have to explain everything three times. To hold up this nonsense plot they had to make characters so dumb it takes them 5 episodes to get anything. One more in a long list of Netflix' garbage
Dark Season 1 & 2: “Things can’t get any more complicated than this” Dark Season 3: “Hold my beer”
Damn! Dark, the trilogy as a whole is a very well written show with a captivating story. This only becomes more apparent when you realize how consistent the series has been throughout the three seasons and how everything was so well thought out beforehand. Granted, calling it immensely complicated would be an understatement as it may require careful attention or multiple viewings to grasp and remember everything but once you clear this hurdle and understand this show, its brilliance will readily become apparent. This show may very well go down in history as one of the greatest Sci-Fi content both in terms of films/tv ever made. We will be darn lucky if anything ever comes close to the greatness of this show in future. Or maybe considering how it is a sleeper hit, it inspires studios to order more thought provoking contents, but who knows. [spoiler] I think , once they prevent the deaths and time-travel from being invented, Jonas'(Split Reality 1) and Martha's(Split Reality 2) universes(realities) are annihilated, the Scientist's "Original reality" splits/branches again, to form another "3rd" Split Reality which is the one shown in the end. Since "Endings are beginnings and beginnings are endings or everything is predetermined and past/future can't be changed", this would make the most sense without breaking the show's rule because if the Scientist didn't try to invent time Travel, there wouldn't be 2 split realities and with that no Jonas or Martha coming to change the past, and if they didn't come, he would invent time Travel, a Paradox. So the original reality still exists alongside the new 3rd reality. However Jonas and Martha are erased from existence since their universes no longer exist. Hannah deciding to name the unborn child 'Jonas' was also a nice way to spare us a completely sad ending. But hey who knows! The series is open for multiple interpretations.[/spoiler] Here's something you might find helpful: _**How To Understand Dark**_ 1. Determinism: **I.** Watch Predestination (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2397535 ) to acquaint yourself with the general idea of a closed time loop. Also maybe give Triangle (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1187064 ) a shot. **II.** Arrival is also great. **III.** Watch Devs (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8134186 ) [Ignore the last episode, unfortunately Alex Garland still can't stick a landing] to really get the essence of a deterministic universe on the quantum level. 2. Split/Parallel Realities: **I.** Rick&Morty has several episodes dealing with the concept. However, S02E01 A Rickle In Time(https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4462494 ) and the recent S04E08 The Vat Of Acid ( https://www.imdb.com/title/tt10655692 ) both do the best job of explaining IMO. **II.** Steins Gate is a masterpiece if you are into anime (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1910272 )
Watching the trailer it seemed like a really interesting show. Unfortunately the show itself was not as good in the end. There's too many characters you have to keep track of and you constantly get confused who's who now as people look so alike sometimes. All the scandals, [spoiler]time travel[/spoiler] and so on makes you dizzy. Some parts of the story seem really involving but then they kind of screw up and it's not as amazing anymore. Most annoying was the music… the same "thrilling" sound effect for every single scene… even if it's not even remotely thrilling…
Just masterpiece fucking happens. Probably the **best Netflix production until now**.
An incredible series. Every episode leaves you wanting more. It is the kind of show that needs to be watched in silence and 100% focused. Can't wait for season 2, and I still have to more episodes to watch from the first season. Great job. The music choice is excellent.
Extremely good show, just finished re-watching season 1 and I will probably re-watch again soon. Highly recommended to watch it in original German audio with subtitles. The English-dubbed version is just terrible.
This German series will make your brain melt inside your head. It has such a powerful storyline with so many amazing twists, so many characters and time traveling, which is why you will need to be watching it extra carefully, because with one blink of an eye, you might just miss a very important detail for the rest of the story.
Here we have Joe, a really nice and kind librarian, who really loves what he does. That is until he meets Beth and he becomes a real-life stalker, who will stop at nothing to win her heart. Even though the whole series is a complete fiction, you can see how this could actually happen to someone, which is the scariest part of it all.
Rick and Morty
Rick is Morty’s grandpa and with the rest of the family they have normal family problems, like school and going to space to fight aliens. The balance between these two lives is so perfect, it is guaranteed to make you laugh, but be warned, new seasons are still filming and we’re still not sure when they will be coming out.
When a group of thieves decide that they want to rob a bank and there’s number of things that could go wrong, you will be on the edge of your seat to see, if they will succeed or will their plan fall through. They have planned this for years and years, so with every obstacle that comes in their way, the story gets more and more interesting. It is also exciting to see the “bad guys” being the main characters of a series.
In times like this, when we’re all trying to stay safe and stay home as much as possible, it is very important to enjoy ourselves and feel relaxed while doing so. Thankfully, we have Netflix to help us out in our quest, but with so many series to choose from, you might spend hours browsing and still not being able to decide! That’s why I made this list to help you out.
Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
I remember watching a lot of “Pokémon”, “Digimon”, “Dragon Ball Z” etc. when I was growing up. Little did I know back then, I wasn’t watching cartoons but animes. Even now that I’m all grown up, I still enjoy watching them. There are many more genres to choose from and it’s always so full of action. The music in it is so great, you’ll definitely find yourself listening to songs long after you’ve finished watching.
I am Sophie and this is my website.
A little about me 👋 I am a marketing student in Paris. I love spending afternoons with friends in a cafe or a park.
But more than anything else, I love watching (.. binging…) series on my computer on rainy Sundays or any sunny day for that matter 🙈
I must have watched hundreds of shows by now, from romance to science-fiction series. Often I like to go back to a show I enjoyed. But I don’t feel like watching it all over again…
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