'Bloodline' Final-Season Trailer: "How Did We Get Here?"

Kyle Chandler's John Rayburn and his brother Kevin (Norbert Leo Butz) face off against Danny's longtime friend Eric O'Bannon in the preview for the last set of episodes of the Netflix family drama.
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The final season of Netflix's family drama Bloodline will start streaming in just three weeks. Ahead of that, fans now have an extended look at the remaining batch of episodes, thanks to a full trailer that debuted online Friday.

In the preview, the Rayburn family members are shown dealing with the aftermath of two shocking moments that occurred at the end of season two: youngest brother Kevin Rayburn (Norbert Leo Butz) attacking his older brother John's (Kyle Chandler) detective partner, Marco (Enrique Murciano), after Marco revealed he knew Kevin and John were involved in killing oldest brother Danny (Ben Mendelsohn) and Meg (Linda Cardellini) revealing some important information to her mom (Sissy Spacek).

The preview offers further confirmation that Spacek's matriarch will find out the truth about her children's involvement in Danny's death, as the show co-creators and previous sneak peeks at the season also have indicated that was coming.

She's shown staring out a window and lamenting, "You all lied to me."

Elsewhere in the preview, as scenes from the third season are mixed with flashbacks from the first two, Kevin and Meg address what Kevin did to Marco, who was also Meg's ex-boyfriend.

And John and Kevin face off against Danny's childhood friend Eric O'Bannon (Jamie McShane), with John heard saying, "He knows too much."

At one point, Spacek's Sally Rayburn is also heard wondering, "How did we get here?" She also observes, "Things'll work out. They always do."

The trailer also indicates that Beau Bridges' mysterious businessman character, Roy Gilbert, will continue to be involved with the Rayburn family in the events of the third season.

The 10-episode final season of Bloodline starts streaming May 26 on Netflix.

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