A confession, a cursed family … it all comes to a head in the third and final season of Netflix’s Bloodline.
The series explores the demons lurking beneath the surface of the the Rayburn family who appear to be hard-working pillars of their Florida Keys community while hiding a past that contains dark secrets they hope to keep buried.
“They’re not bad people, but they did a bad thing,” is how Netflix describes the drama, but that may not be necessarily true based on the first look at season three.
“God is a parent with insanely violent and destructive children. He had two choices: destroy them, or die for them,” according to the trailer.
Bloodline returns with a 10-episode final season on Friday, May 26. Netflix also released first-look images of season three: