MTV News has released a new trailer for season three of How to Go to Hell.

The show, which is set to premiere on April 9, is the first season since the death of Darlene Dunbar, a high school student who disappeared on February 5, 1979, that has not been based on a real case.

It is also the first time since the show’s inception that the title refers to a case.

“What happened was an act of terrorism that occurred on the evening of Feb. 5, 1980,” co-creator and showrunner Aaron Harberts tells MTV News.

“It was an attack on the American psyche.

I didn’t want to use that word, but we wanted to make it sound real.”

The show follows Darlen Dunbar as she tries to make her way in life after her high school graduation, the disappearance of her sister and her subsequent death.

The series follows her on a road trip through the country, her new boyfriend, and her family.

The series, which returns to the USA this week, centers on Darlie’s journey to become a mother and to become who she wants to be.

It is written by Michelle MacLaren, who wrote the pilot for the original How to Kill a Mockingbird.

“It’s hard to imagine a show that’s not based on an actual crime,” MacLarinsaid.

“You have to give it a chance.

But the show was not going to be a ‘what if?’ type of story.”

Darlene has been seen in the series before, as the main character on the original series, the show that inspired How to Die in a Crime scene.

She has been a frequent guest star on the show. 

“I don’t think we can ever say, ‘Oh, that’s just a coincidence,’ but it’s always been like that,” Maclaren says.

“Darlen has a lot of backstory.

She’s a character that I have never really seen a lot in her life.

She knows a lot about herself, and she’s very aware of her surroundings.

She is a very intelligent, very thoughtful person.

She sees the world differently.”

The first episode of season three is available to stream on Hulu.

It also premieres on March 7.

The new trailer also features a scene in which Darlena discovers that she is not the only girl in school to have a heart attack, and that she will have to learn to walk on her own, which she does.

The episode is also available to watch on Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, and Netflix.

How to Go To Hell, which premiered on September 21, 1979 on CBS, follows Darcie Dunbar’s family as she struggles to find her way through the world.

It was written by Jodi Kantor, who previously wrote the series finale for How to Save a Girl.