Netflix has made cutting the cord to cable easier than ever, with a growing list of original television from Orange Is The New Black and Strangers Things to their Marvel series like Jessica Jones and Luke Cage, their revivals of long-dead shows like Full House and The Gilmore Girls, and their acquisition of overseas titles like the British horror-comedy Crazyhead, Bong Joon Ho’s monster movie Okja, and the Brazilian thriller The 3%. Yesterday at a special event in Berlin, the streaming service teased even more to come, unveiling a new German series, called simply Dark, which begins with the case of a missing child and soon spins into something—well—darker.
I dare you to watch this teaser and not get chills.
Here’s the official logline:
A missing child sets four families on a frantic hunt for answers. Their search for a culprit unearths a small town’s sins and secrets.
THR reports Netflix has even more dramas coming out of Europe, including the mafia-centric Suburra out of Italy, and the period-romance Cable Girls out of Spain. The only bad news here is the whole making us wait until Winter thing.