3 body problem netflix: 3 Body Problem release date on Netflix: Final trailer is out. Watch here

Netflix has released the final trailer of “3 Body Problem”, an expected adaption of Chinese science fiction writer’s bestselling novel The Three Body Problem. Netflix launched the final trailer in its social media handles with the caption, “You aren’t prepared for what is coming.” The release date of March 21 has been announced in the same caption.

3 Body Problem: Release Date, Cast and Creators

This Netflix series is created by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, known for one of the epic global series Game of Thrones. Their depiction of worlds in their creation is expected to add flavor to the upcoming Netflix series, based on consciousness of other worlds. As an icing to the cake, Alexander Woo of True Blood fame is also behind this latest show.

Anticipated to be one of the leading entries into the world of sci-fi series, 3 Body Problem stars Eiza Gonzalez, John Bradley, Benedict Wong, Jess Hong in pivotal roles. Bradley has been sensational in his role as Samwell Tarly in the HBO series Game of Thrones. Looks like this is a reunion for him with the likes of David Benioff and D.B. Weiss who have been the creators of GoT.

3 Body Problem: What’s In The Trailer?

The trailer begins with a police car arriving to a sinister place, while an injured woman tries to make a revelation about something ‘insane’ that pertains to ‘all of us’. The trailer then carries viewers to 1977 when a ‘Wow!’ signal was detected on Earth, followed by an inclination of an impending war. The final trailer gives a glimpse of existence of consciousness in other worlds and a possible attempt to fight back against the prevailing threats on the universe.


Q1. When will 3 Body Problem release?
3 Body Problem will release on March 21.

Q2. Where can we watch 3 Body Problem?
3 Body Problem can be watched on Netflix.

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