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First trailer for final season of Netflix's Dead To Me has dropped

First trailer for final season of Netflix's Dead To Me has dropped

Jen and Judy are back - let the chaos ensue

The first trailer for the third and final season of Netflix's dark comedy Dead To Me has dropped, and it's safe to say there's a lot going on. Check it out:

Yes, our two favourite pals bonded by dark secrets are back, and as is shown in the trailer, they survived the season two cliffhanger.

Jen (Christina Applegate) and Judy (Linda Cardellini) have already been through so much, with their friendship starting after a hit-and-run.

And things only grew more chaotic as the episodes went on, with secrets and deaths continuing the pile up.

As said by Netflix upon the release of the season three trailer on Wednesday (2 November): "Will the skeletons in their closets stay hidden? Or have Jen and Judy spent the last two seasons digging their own graves?"

That's for us to find out - and thankfully we don't have too long to wait, as the new episodes drop on 17 November.

Our favourite duo are back.

The final season had to be delayed, and understandably so, as Applegate was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) a few months prior to the beginning of production.

Commonly referred to as MS, the autoimmune condition can affect the brain and the spinal cord, leading to a range of potential symptoms including trouble with vision, arm or leg movement, sensation or balance.

It is about two to three times more common in women than men and is usually diagnosed in the patient’s 20s, 30s or 40s, but can develop at any age, according to the NHS.

It’s possible to treat symptoms, although there is no known cure for MS.

Netflix put a pause button on the production for five months as The Married… With Children star, 50, underwent treatment.

Speaking with the New York Times about the series and her diagnosis, she said: "There was the sense of, ‘Well, let’s get her some medicine so she can get better.' And there is no better.

"But it was good for me. I needed to process my loss of my life, my loss of that part of me. So I needed that time."

The star continued: "Although it’s not like I came on the other side of it, like, ‘Woohoo, I’m totally fine.' Acceptance? No. I’m never going to accept this. I’m pissed."

Christina Applegate tweeted a picture of her walking sticks.

Applegate went into her relationship with Cardellini both on and off screen, adding: "She was my champion, my warrior, my voice."

Earlier this week, the actor shared a picture of five decorated walking sticks which she called her ‘beauties’ on Twitter.

Describing the journey up to that point as ‘strange’, she said: "But I have been so supported by people that I know who also have this condition.

"It’s been a tough road. But as we all know, the road keeps going. Unless some a**hole blocks it."

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Netflix, TV And Film, Health, News