Quick News: Dark, Path, Born, Duty

Dark
Netflix has renewed its first German original production, its well reviewed German supernatural drama “Dark,” for a second season.

The family saga with a spooky twist is now one of the most-watched entirely non-English shows on Netflix and has been a hit in the U.S., Brazil, Italy, Turkey, Spain and France. [Source: Variety]

The Path
Hulu has released a new trailer for the third season of their original drama series “The Path” which returns to the streaming service on January 17th. Jessica Goldberg will serve as showrunner.

In the new season, a miracle by Eddie Lane (Aaron Paul) went viral, and Meyerism has grown exponentially across the world. As the new Guardian of the Light, Eddie is forced to face the question of whether he can grow the movement without becoming a cult leader.

A Star is Born
Warner Bros. Pictures has confirmed that Bradley Cooper’s “A Star is Born” has been delayed by several months and will now open October 5th next year, opposite the Tom Hardy-led “Venom” and Chris Hemsworth-led “Bad Times at the El Royale”.

Cooper helms and stars in the story as a seasoned musician who discovers and falls for a struggling artist (Lady Gaga) whose career he helps kick off – at the same time battling his own demons. [Source: Warner Bros. Pictures]

Call of Duty: WW2
Activision and Sledgehammer Games have released a first look trailer for ‘The Resistance,’ the first DLC pack for last month’s “Call of Duty: WWII”.

The pack includes multiplayer maps such as the ones titled ‘Valkyrie,’ ‘Anthropoid’ and ‘Occupation’, as well as the new War Mode experience and the next chapter of Nazi Zombies – ‘The Darkest Shore’. The pack will first be released on PS4 on January 30th and comes later to Xbox One and PC.