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Dynamo: Beyond Belief – Mesmerising trailer for return of TV magician
Check out the jaw-dropping first-look trailer for the return of Dynamo after a four-year absence from TV. Coming in April to Sky One with NOW TV.
Watch Dynamo: Beyond Belief with the NOW TV Entertainment Pass
It has been four years since Dynamo last dazzled us on TV with his jaw-dropping tricks and close-up magic miracles.
The Bradford-born trickster has faced personal health battles brought on by Crohn’s disease and even ended up in hospital after suffering from food poisoning.
But he has battled back from those low points and struggles and the trailer for the new series reveals how those tough moments inspired his TV comeback.
Watch the new trailer for Dynamo: Beyond Belief
“I’ve always been a great believer in magic as a unifying force and so three years ago I set out to make a show for people who felt isolated from society, in the same way as I did during my struggles with chronic illness,” said Dynamo.
“I believe that the resulting trilogy is my best work to date and I hope everyone enjoys watching it just as much as I did making it.”
Dynamo’s last TV series – Magician Impossible – aired in 2014 and his last TV special Live at the 02 aired in 2016.
When is Dynamo: Beyond Belief on TV?
The full Box Set will be available on NOW TV from April 9th.
What do we know about Beyond Belief?
The series chronicles Dynamo’s road to recovery, his lowest moments with illness and the 200 magic ideas that he sketched from his hospital bed.
Across the three episodes, Dynamo travels the globe from the neon lights of Tokyo to the Day of the Dead festival in San Miguel De Allende, bringing thought-provoking magic to the world.
Watch Dynamo: Beyond Belief on Sky One with the NOW TV Entertainment Pass.
The Dynamo: Beyond Belief Box Set will be available from April 9th.
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