The Rain Serienjunkies The Rain: Staffel 2 der dänischen Dystopie startet im Mai bei Netflix
The Rain ist eine dänische Fernsehserie und spielt sich nach einer biologischen Katastrophe ab, die fast die gesamte Bevölkerung in Skandinavien ausgelöscht. Die dänische Dystopie The Rain geht im Sommer in die dritte Staffel: Anfang August erwartet die Netflix-Abonnenten brandneue Episoden. Die dritte Staffel von The Rain geht dieser Frage nach. Simone und Rasmus geraten dabei in einen Konflikt, der tödlich enden könnte. Hier ist. Spannt nochmal die Regenschirme auf: Die dänische Dystopie The Rain erhält vom Streamingservice Netflix eine dritte und zugleich letzte. Die zweite Staffel der klitschnassen Weltuntergangsserie The Rain startet kommenden Mai bei Netflix. Premiere feierte die Eigenproduktion.
Partners in Crime – Das ermittelnde Paar Tommy und Tuppence Beresford - in der BBC-Serie gespielt von David Walliams und Jessica Raine. Spannt nochmal die Regenschirme auf: Die dänische Dystopie The Rain erhält vom Streamingservice Netflix eine dritte und zugleich letzte. Film- und Serienjunkies dürfen sich auf Nachschub freuen. "The Rain" (Staffel 3) sowie "Tote Mädchen lügen nicht" (Staffel 4) angekündigt.
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Til festen er der nogen, der putter en pille i Leas glas med sodavand. Kort tid efter slutter han sig til Beatrice og Lea.
Som karakter er han drevet af vrede og har en meget kort lunte. Hvis det stod til ham, var det kun ham selv og Martin der var sammen i den nye verden.
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Bliv sammen . After the "strangers" leave, Jean buries the family and is introduced to Beatrice and Lea, who had come upon him as he stood before the graves he had just dug.
After Simone reveals who their father is, the doctor tells them she, too, used to work for Apollon. The doctor lures Simone and Rasmus away from the rest of the group and to her own bunker, confessing that she blames Dr.
The doctor attempts to inject Rasmus with a fatal poison. The "strangers" arrive and, seeing the man with the snake tattoo, Jean shoots him in the head and is then captured by the rest of the "strangers".
The others flee to the bunker. Patrick goes in alone and shoots the doctor, declaring that this is how things will be done from now on.
Later, Patrick asks Martin why he listens to Simone and not him. Martin tells Patrick that the latter made the choice not to help Jean, and so is partially responsible for his fate.
Patrick breaks down in tears. The group takes shelter as the rain falls during the night. Lost in the woods, the survivors stumble upon a mansion where residents invite them to stay the night.
Martin is distrustful of the residents, who appear very cult-like. The others enjoy the accommodations, including showers, fresh food and clean clothes.
They are asked to forget their past and live in the now. In a flashback, Lea, a devout Christian, goes to a teen party against her mother's wishes.
As a prank, her school peers spike her drink, and Lea's drunken behavior is caught on video and shared. Her mother sees the video, which has gone viral, and disowns Lea.
Inside the house of the party, Lea prays for God to save her, and moments later the rain begins. Her partying peers die from the virus having all gathered outside except for Lea herself.
In the present, Lea bonds with an older woman, Karen, who teaches her to let go of the guilt she carries.
Simone discovers that an Apollon employee is a resident of the mansion and seeks information from him.
That night, all residents of the mansion are invited to a monthly "ceremony". It is revealed that every month a member is randomly chosen to be killed and eaten for the next month's ceremony, allowing them to be one with the group.
Lea is "chosen", but Karen takes her place and the survivors are allowed to leave. Because he will not let go of the past, the Apollon employee is forced out of the mansion against his will.
When he catches up with the survivors he tells them Apollon is responsible for ending the world before injecting himself with the virus and dying.
Simone collects the syringe and the group walks into the night. As the group squats in a cabin, Patrick is hurt when Martin states the two are not friends during a casual conversation.
Needing supplies, the group prepares to go to the next bunker, but Rasmus says he is too sick to move. Simone, Martin, Patrick; and Lea go, planning to return with supplies.
In fact, Rasmus faked his illness to spend more time with Beatrice. It rains and the four are stuck in the bunker. They find videos of Apollon testing vaccines on random individuals.
Depressed and alone, Patrick gets drunk. In a flashback to before the rain, Patrick is a loser who cannot hold a job or a girlfriend and his father disowns him.
He is getting high in his car when the rain comes, sparing his life. In the present, a drunk Patrick tries to kiss Simone.
When she rejects him they tussle and Patrick pushes her into the rain. Patrick tells Martin to shoot her, assuming she is infected.
Martin hesitates, and Lea stands between the gun and Simone. Lea then backs up into the rain with Simone. When neither has a reaction, the group realizes the rain no longer causes infection.
Back at the cabin, Beatrice and Rasmus enjoy their intimate day together, but a leaky roof causes Beatrice to be hit with a drop of water.
Rasmus kisses her, assuming she's now infected, and they resign themselves to dying together. In the bunker, Martin tells Patrick he needs to leave and not come back, because he had pushed Simone into the rain.
In a flashback, Patrick meets Martin for the first time, Martin telling him he's lucky they met when Patrick gives him a lighter.
Patrick says it is the first time anyone has said that. Patrick panics and runs away, only to trip and be captured by the "strangers". A band of armed "strangers" torture Patrick in order to extract information from him.
Patrick discloses to the "strangers" the location of the bunker, where Simone and Lea and Martin are, and about Rasmus not having been infected by Beatrice.
Meanwhile, Rasmus arrives at the bunker carrying Beatrice's corpse. In the bunker's quarantine room, Rasmus begins to unravel, refusing to leave her side.
Eventually he does, but he contacts the "strangers" and allows himself to be captured. In a flashback, Sten, the head of Apollon, briefs the mission to the "strangers", and then reveals to them that they have ingested the virus, which will be triggered if they leave the zone before finding an immune survivor.
Like the survivors, the strangers are trapped. In the present, the leader of the "strangers", Thomas, feels Rasmus is the one they are looking for.
After burying Beatrice, Simone, Martin and Lea capture a "stranger". They try to trade him for Rasmus, but a depressed Rasmus takes the syringe with the virus and injects himself.
However, he does not die. Martin makes up with Patrick, setting him free. Everyone leaves for Apollon headquarters, hoping Rasmus is the cure.
As they leave, a "stranger" kisses Rasmus on the forehead for good luck. He dies of the virus soon after the rest of the group is gone.
Arriving at Apollon headquarters, the group is separated. Rasmus and Simone meet their father while Martin, Patrick and Lea wait in a bunker. Simone's father, Dr.
Andersen, tells her that they need to get away. To get the antidote, he tells her, they will need to access Rasmus' brain and bone marrow, killing him.
In a flashback, Dr. Andersen lies to Apollon, claiming his children are dead in order to save them.
Andersen has been exposing people to the virus in an attempt to find someone to replace Rasmus, and brutally killed a colleague who found out the lie.
In the present, a doctor taking a swab from Rasmus is infected and dies. Andersen realizes the virus has mutated and that Rasmus is now a carrier, needing to be stopped to save the world.
However, Dr. Andersen shoots Martin in an attempt to stop the group from leaving with Rasmus. Patrick arrives with a stolen vehicle and the group reaches the wall.
The "strangers" block their path, and Thomas tells them that the nutritional supplements Jean, Lea, Martin and Patrick were given were really the unactivated virus.
The four cannot leave, except Simone with Rasmus. The group encourages her to go. However, Simone cannot bear leaving her friends behind so the group back away from the wall and drive away.
In a final scene, Sten is making a sales pitch to a select group of investors, telling them the virus can be controlled and weaponized.
Following the lab disaster, Simone arrives and convinces Rasmus to lie and say someone dropped a sample infecting them all.
Unbeknownst to them Jakob's sickly younger sister Sarah witnessed her brother's death and their coverup from outside the lab. Martin accompanies Simone on a journey to retrieve her father's computer.
At the base, Patrick stumbles upon a hidden room filled with strange devices. As Apollon surrounds the base, Simone scrambles to find a cure.
Rasmus's secret draws Sarah to him—but threatens to tear the group apart. Production on Season 1 commenced in late June in Denmark and Sweden.
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