Skip to main content
Jump to navigation
netflix dark

Netflix's first German-language series 'Dark' starts on 1st December. Here's the first trailer to get your teeth into.

The premise is familiar enough: some children have gone missing, and there are some strange goings-on in their hometown. But there's a unique twist that stops it being just another 'Stranger Things' clone: the question isn't who kidnapped the kids, but rather when they went missing.

"Yesterday, today and tomorrow are not consecutive," the voiceover says. "They are connected in a never-ending circle."

What does that mean? Hopefully we'll find out on 1st December.

Join the conversation

comments powered by Disqus

Stay up to date

  • Google+ Follow uSwitchTech
  • Subscribe to our RSS feed

Latest comments

  • Dave Beck 6 months ago EU portability streaming law:... Netflix already provide a service if the country has a Netflix service. My UK Netflix account works for US...
  • Robert KołOdziej 6 months ago EU portability streaming law:... Netflix, for example, detects and blocks VPN. Tried it and failed just before Easter when we were abroad....
  • Vorteilspack 6 months ago Is Netflix making its own news... Oh no! Whoever told Netflix to do that did a good job sucking up money for something the world doesn't...

Search news