Hosts Acorn, Mirggles, and PB break down and discuss Netflix's DARK - including characters, color theory, and the cycles themselves. The end is the beginning and the beginning is the end. Part of The Geek Generation Network.
A World Without Winden
Some things are destined to occur, no matter the timeline. Somehow, somewhere, sometime.
The End is the Beginning
The Dark Three say goodbye to the podcast. They discuss H.G. Tannhaus, have one last brong, and talk about what they've learned from the show and the podcast that they will take into the next season of their lives. Thank you for listening.
Radio Winden – We Know We Know Nothing
In the final Radio Winden, The Dark Three dive into some well sourced evidence for the potential presence of The Freemasons in Dark, finish an email started in their previous Radio Winden regarding the experience and flow of time, and tuck in for a lovely conversation that reminds them of earlier episodes, before saying thank you and goodbye to their email friends (only for the time being).
The Final Radio Winden: Part One
What began as the last Radio Winden turned into part one of two and includes a discussion about the show’s three models of time travel, the origin of Tannhaus’s name, and some very interesting questions the show leaves unanswered.
The Dark Three take on Jonas, exploring his path to becoming Adam and the impact his grief had on his life, as well as making another discovery that changes the way they view the final scene of the show.
Radio Winden – Wer ist Boris?
The Dark Three discuss the possibility of Boris being a lost child and dive into a fan theory about Agnes's timeline that presents a possible answer for where her final mission took her. They also tease an upcoming special announcement.
I love this podcast
I listened when it first came out when I watched Dark my first time. Just this week I decided to rewatch Dark for the 3rd-ish time and rediscovered this. I love love love that this podcast is also available for a re-listen. It’s not a rewatch. So much deeper.
The dark three are your perfectly imperfect friends to deep dive into the themes and symbolism in Dark. I started watching dark two years ago when my dad was diagnosed with cancer and it was my escape from the worry. These super fans opening up about their lives and their grief has helped me so much as I deal with my dads ongoing illness and processing these life experiences through a beautiful and rich piece of art that Dark is with these thoughtful, earnest people has been great. They don’t get things right all the time, THANK GOD, as that frees the listener to be open to new interpretations. Glad I could revisit Dark with them.
Loving the detailed discussion, not the vocal fry
Started listening almost immediately after finishing “Dark”. I love the detailed discussions here so far (I’m on ep 5 of the podcast). My only issue is the vocal fry is really annoying. It’s a pet peeve of mine and likely generational as I’m a GenXer.
Interesting listen if you can get past the vocal fry.