the third day review

If a mysterious, suicidal girl invites you to her mysterious, secluded town, it’s probably wise to say “Thanks, but no thanks.” Sadly, that doesn’t occur to Jude Law in The Third Day. Law plays Sam, a grief-stricken man who we meet in the midst of a breakdown. He’s haunted by a tragedy from his past and also dealing with suddenly losing a huge sum of money. So perhaps he can be forgiven for having his guard down and heading off to a town that feels like the offspring of The Wicker Man and Midsommar.

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the third day premiere date

And on The Third Day, HBO said let the viewers get all the Jude Law and Naomie Harris they want. HBO has set a new September premiere date for the limited series The Third Day, a six-episode drama starring Law, Harris, Katherine Waterston, Emily Watson, and Paddy Considine, which was originally set to premiere in May. But the network delayed it for a fall release date, which it has now officially announced.

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the third day trailer new

HBO’s new series The Third Day looks promising, and I was looking forward to seeing it next month. Sadly, I – and everyone else – will have to wait a little longer. The series is the latest bit of entertainment that’s had to shuffle its release due to the coronavirus outbreak, and now won’t be premiering until the fall. But in the meantime, you can check out a new trailer below.

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the third day teaser

A secluded island paradise can sound pretty tempting, but not the one that Jude Law gets trapped on in the upcoming HBO limited series The Third Day. While visiting a mysterious island off the British coast, Law’s character encounters a group of inhabitants who are hell-bent on preserving the island’s traditions — at any cost. It all sounds very spooky and thrilling, and the eerie teaser makes it seem even more so. Watch The Third Day teaser below.

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the third day

HBO is ready to get immersive with The Third Day, a new limited series starring Jude Law and Naomie Harris. The series tells several stand-alone (but also interconnected stories) over six episodes. Viewers will also be given the opportunity to get in on the action via “a major immersive theatre event”, although just what that entails is unclear.

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