Dark was always going to be a difficult act to pull off for Jantje Friese and Baran bo Odar to pursue being the first German original series on the streaming giant, Netflix. The time-bending show premiered on the streaming giant in December 2017 and stole the limelight of every possible show premiering during that time, to be honest.
Over the course of three tenses, fulfilling seasons, the show managed to draw a global audience whose streak finally came to an end in June 2020. When it comes to the success of the series, the series is considered to be one of the highest rated series on the streaming giant. In fact, Netflix also hinted that in October, it had been the third most viewed international series in the United States.
However, the exact figures regarding the estimate were not revealed by the steamer but we do believe in the statistics owing to the show’s tremendously amazingly plot. Now, there has been a recent announcement by Netflix that the creators of Dark would be returning with a new series called 1899. Undoubtedly, this must have taken inspiration from the previous project and we are eagerly waiting to witness the project as much as we loved watching the series Dark.
The series was initially scheduled to premiere in 2021 on Netflix but now that the filming is planned to begin in April 2021 and end in September 2021, the first season is likely to drop on the streamer sometime in 2022. The first installment would be made up of eight episodes, each being one hour long. It is known that the pilot episode will be titled The Ship, according to showrunner Baran bo Odar’s Instagram.