His Dark Materials‘ eight-episode third and final season will premiere on HBO on MONDAY, DECEMBER 5 (9:00-11:00 p.m. ET/PT) with two back-to-back episodes and be streamable on HBO Max. In the weeks running up to the season finale on December 26, two new episodes will air. What is ahead for Lord Asriel, Mrs. Coulter, Lyra, and Will? What will happen in His Dark Materials season 3, who will return from season 2 of the show, and where can I watch the trailer? Continue reading to learn all there is to know about the program.
His Dark Materials Season 3 Cast
In the third season, Dafne Keen played Lyra, Amir Wilson played Will, Ruth Wilson played Mrs. Coulter, James McAvoy played Lord Asriel, Simone Kirby played Mary Malone, Will Keen played Father President McPhail, Jade Anouka played Ruta Skadi, Ruta Gedminstas played Serafina Pekkala, Amber Fitzgerald-Woolfe plays Ama, and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje plays Commander Ogunwe. Jamie Ward plays Father Gomez, while Kobna Holdbrook-Smith, Simon Harrison, and Chipo Chung play the rebel angels Balthamos, Baruch, and Xaphania.
His Dark Materials Season 3 Trailer
The witch Serafina Pekkala (Ruta Gedmintas) and Commander Ogunwe (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje), the commander of Asriel’s armed forces, are also featured in the trailer.
His Dark Materials Season 3 Plot
Based on “The Amber Spyglass,” the final novel in Philip Pullman’s award-winning trilogy, in the final chapter of this epic fantasy series, Lyra (Dafne Keen), the prophesied child, and Will (Amir Wilson), the bearer of The Subtle Knife, must journey to a dark place from which no one has ever returned. As her father’s great war against the Authority edges closer, they will learn that saving the worlds comes at a terrible price.
His Dark Materials is produced by Bad Wolf in collaboration with New Line Cinema for BBC One and HBO in season three. Executive producing the show are Bad Wolf’s Jane Tranter, Dan McCulloch, Joel Collins, and Julie Gardner; New Line Cinema’s Deborah Forte, Toby Emmerich, and Carolyn Blackwood; and the BBC’s Ben Irving. Other executive producers include Philip Pullman, Jack Thorne, and Tom Hooper.