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The world comes to an end in new trailer for the third season of The Strain

06.21.2016
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The Strain third season trailer

There's something that keeps me coming back to Guillermo del Toro's The Strain time and time again, and I think that something is David Bradley's Professor Abraham Setrakian, the elderly, yet still bad-ass, vampire hunter. There are definitely better shows than The Strain out there, but Bradley lends the entire outing a sense of class which, combined with some bonkers vampire action, makes the show one of my guilty pleasures. The third season of The Strain is quickly approaching and a brand-new trailer has just been released which features New York City, along with the rest of the world, quickly falling to the strigoi.

"It’s been 23 days since the world as we knew it ceased to exist.”

A synopsis for The Strain's third season:

As season three begins, New York City is a battleground. Written off by the federal government, the people of New York City must fight for survival on their own. The question is who will win? Humans or strigoi? Our heroes win victories, but are not winning the war. Beset by personal conflicts – betrayal, disappointment, paranoia – our group is splintering… Meanwhile, the Master is close to executing an irreversible transformation of the world. Is there still hope to save the city and humanity?

The Strain returns to FX on August 28, 2016.

Source: FX
Tags: FX, The Strain, TV

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1:33PM on 06/22/2016
Looking forward to it.
Looking forward to it.
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3:03AM on 06/22/2016

Iīm so in.

Yes, itīs been a frustratingly dumb show at times, but still, one that you have to keep watching to see what happens next. Judging by the trailer, this will have lots of nice Blade 2-esque vamp action, and hopefully less annoying human melodrama, although the synopsis hints at more of just that...
Yes, itīs been a frustratingly dumb show at times, but still, one that you have to keep watching to see what happens next. Judging by the trailer, this will have lots of nice Blade 2-esque vamp action, and hopefully less annoying human melodrama, although the synopsis hints at more of just that...
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10:46PM on 06/21/2016
David Bradley makes the show. If not for him there would be nothing worth praising save some great practical effects. they could kill of every other character and just make the show about him. then it would be twice as good. I actually ended up keeping up with what was going on in the second season purely because after I had decided stop watching it I flipped it on and saw him deliver one of the best lines in television history.

It's the scene where he's talking with the rich guy who
David Bradley makes the show. If not for him there would be nothing worth praising save some great practical effects. they could kill of every other character and just make the show about him. then it would be twice as good. I actually ended up keeping up with what was going on in the second season purely because after I had decided stop watching it I flipped it on and saw him deliver one of the best lines in television history.

It's the scene where he's talking with the rich guy who decided to side with the vampires. He says "where was God when I asked him to save my wife" and Satrakian replies "He answered you. He said No."
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10:23PM on 06/21/2016

A completely stupid series

But sure, I need to see what they do with it.
But sure, I need to see what they do with it.
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