His Dark Materials shares a first look at Season 3

Its dark materials just gave fans a preview of its highly anticipated third season.

Take from Twitterthe show’s official account has released two stills from the upcoming season to get the viewers excited.

A photo showed Simone Kirby, who plays Mary Malone on the show – the astrophysicist who is told she is to play the snake for the second Adam and Eve. In the still, Malone is seen staring at something in the distance with what could be interpreted as a worried look.

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In the second photo, Lyra (Dafne Keen) and her best friend Will (Amir Wilson) lie side by side with Lyra turned away, sporting a stern but troubled expression.

“All beginnings come to an end. Season 3 is coming,” the tweet wrote.

The last we saw of these figures was Dr. Malone watching a waterfall while Will went in search of a missing Lyra, who was lying unconscious in Mrs. Coulter’s trunk.

The third and final season of the show is based on the third book by Philip Pullman Its dark materials trilogy The amber spyglass.

The BBC has yet to confirm an official release date for the season, but it is expected to air towards the end of 2022.

However, despite the heartbreaking news of the series’ impending end, its executive producer Jane Tranter revealed to Radio schedules earlier this month that his initial hope was to cover the series over multiple seasons.

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“Honestly, I would have told it over nine seasons if I could have. There’s so many stories we couldn’t do,” she said.

Ruth Wilson, who plays Ms. Coulter on the show, also previously admitted that saying goodbye to the show was a very difficult affair for everyone involved.

In an interview with the Radio schedules at the BFI & Radio Times Television Festival, she revealed: “We said goodbye to him last year. And it was sad. It was really sad to say goodbye to the monkey and [lead puppeteer] brian [Fisher] and everyone.”

Its dark materials broadcast on BBC One in the UK and HBO in the USA.

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