Netflix's Dark: Season 3 Ending Explained
Dark may be one of the best original series on Netflix, but it's also among the most confusing. Its vast web of interconnected characters and storylines, coupled with a plot centered around time travel and parallel worlds, all make it a very mind-bending and challenging watch. That certainly didn't change with the show's third and final season.
If the series finale of Dark has you scratching your head and wondering how it all fits together, worry not. We've got a full breakdown of what happened in the finale and what it means for the knot of time to finally become untangled.
Warning: this article contains full spoilers for Dark: Season 3!
Over the course of the series, we've come to understand that Dark hinges on a seemingly never-ending battle between "Adam" and "Eva" (older versions of teen lovers Jonas Kahnwald and Martha Nielsen). Eva is devoted to perpetuating the endless time loop that sustains both her version of Winden and its parallel universe doppelganger, while Adam is obsessed with finding a way to break the cycle and destroy both worlds. And between them is the White Devil (or the elderly version of Claudia Tiedemann), who's sort of a chaotic free agent in this massive conspiracy.
Adam knows the way to end this time knot is to find its center - the moment where the time loop began - and prevent it from happening. However, he mistakenly believes the child of Jonas and Martha is that center, reasoning that a child born ...
More on: in.ign.com