After debuting the first trailer and the Bloodline Season 3 release date last month, the Netflix streaming service has unveiled a second trailer for this hit drama series' final run, which arrives in just a few short weeks. Take a closer look inside the Rayburn family's final journey before this intense saga comes to a close. The trailer reveals that the Rayburns may get their comeuppance, as John confesses that they did a "bad thing", but they aren't "bad people." There will be SPOILERS below if you aren't caught up with this show yet, so read on at your own risk.
Netflix debuted this trailer on their YouTube page today, which shows how the Rayburn family may go down in flames in these final episodes. At the end of the second season, Kevin Rayburn made matters worse for the family, after he killed Marco (Enrique Murciano), John's police partner, after Marco realized that it was John who killed his own brother Danny (Ben Mendelsohn), while getting his siblings to help cover it up. We do see a brief glimpse of Danny in this trailer, which is most likely another flashback sequence in this final season.
This new trailer from the Netflix streaming service opens with John taking a call from Kevin, where Kevin says he doesn't know what happened, regarding Marco's death. The trailer also shows John expressing that Eric (Jamie McShane), one of his late brother Danny's friends, knows too much, which could mean that Eric will be the next victim of the Rayburn's. John Leguizamo is also seen as Ozzy, who is still trying to use the Rayburns' troubles for his own gain. We also see John visiting Kevin in the hospital, asking what happened with Marco, with Kevin revealing that Marco "knew everything."
We also see Meg (Linda Cardellini) declaring that she's "done". We also get glimpses of the Rayburn matriarch Sally (Sissy Spacek) having a little chat with Roy (Beau Bridges), and it seems quite clear that she has some issues with him. The trailer also features a glimpse at Danny's son Nolan (Owen Teague), who still has conflicted feelings about his father and his family as a whole.
In Bloodline, the Rayburns are hard-working pillars of their Florida Keys community, but their past contains dark secrets that they hope remain buried. Paranoia and mistrust build as lies pile up, alliances are shattered and an unthinkable crime takes place. The tight-knit family's formerly harmonious relationship deteriorates, and good people are forced to consider doing very bad things. Bloodline is created by Todd A. Kessler, Daniel Zelman, Glenn Kessler, with the series produced by Sony Pictures Television for the Netflix streaming service. Take a look at the new trailer for Bloodline below, as we get closer and closer to the May 26 premiere date.