The last trailer for His Dark Materials third and final season has been released by BBC ahead of the show’s return on December 5 on HBO and December 18 on BBC. It will air in the United States for the first time on December 26, with the last episode airing the following week.
The trailer for the last season of His Dark Materials has more hints about the conclusion of Lyra’s story. It teases the thrilling and heartfelt scenes featured in the sequel.
Watch the concluding His Dark Materials trailer down below:
His Dark Materials Trailer
His Dark Materials is an adaptation of the fantasy trilogy book series written by Philip Pullman. The story revolves around a young woman from another planet who appears to be ordinary but is very daring. Will, the keeper of The Subtle Knife, and Lyra, the child foretold in the prophecy, will spend the final season searching for and protecting one other throughout a number of parallel worlds.
According to the synopsis, “In the concluding installment of this epic fantasy series, Lyra, the child foretold by the prophecy, and Will, the keeper of The Subtle Knife, must embark on a perilous journey to a shadowy location from which no one has ever returned.”
They will find out that preventing the destruction of the planets comes at a horrible cost as the time for her father’s big war against the Authority draws nearer.
Many of the cast members from previous seasons will be back for the new season, including Dafne Keen, Amir Wilson, Ruth Wilson, Simone Kirby, Will Keen, Jade Anouka, Ruta Gedmintas, James McAvoy, and Lin-Manuel Miranda. Weronika Tofilska, Amit Gupta, and Charles Martin will helm this project as directors.
New cast members Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Jamie Ward, Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, Simon Harrison, Chipo Chung, and Amber Fitzgerald-Woolfe will be joining them in the show.
Bad Wolf Films and New Line Cinema are responsible for producing His Dark Materials for BBC One and HBO. The following people served as executive producers: Dan McCulloch, Jane Tranter, Joel Collins, Carolyn Blackwood, Ben Irving, and Philip Pullman. Also contributing were Tom Hooper, Deborah Forte, Toby Emmerich, and Jack Thorne.