Since this is brought up....
Have you ever thought, "Why is this so difficult to pin down Jesus' dates?" I have. Theories and theories abound, but not one fits. It's like the other day when we had a system crash at work. After doing a root cause analysis, we found a trifecta of events occurred, which, one without the other two, would not have happened. To clarify, all three elements had to be present in order for the system failure to occur. This is what's happened concerning the days on which Jesus died and rose again. Mistranslation, misunderstanding, and misdirection.
In fact, the first issue is that the translations (almost all of them) have chosen to follow the idea that "Sabbath" means week, when it does not. Additionally, every translation of Sabbaton in the Greek into English is simply, "Sabbath" except and only when speaking of the resurrection. That by itself makes all these translations suspect. The next issue, is the lack of using scripture to interpret scripture. Any Jew can tell you what happens after Passover concerning the Sabbaths. They are counted. It's called the Counting of the Omer, as commanded in Leviticus 23:15–16. The Jews were to count to Pentecost. Yes, they celebrated Pentecost 1500 years before the Christians claimed it. The Jews celebrate it because it's the day the Teachings of God were given - mistranslated again as "Law".
Lastly, understanding the feasts, fasts, 613 commandments, and traditions have let misdirection occur. Because it is taught in churches today, New vs. Old, that we can ignore the Old Testament, so it's not studied as much, leaving misdirection an opening. In one seven-day period of Passover, there are 3 Sabbaths. The Jews of today do not follow the word of God, but oral tradition. They freely admit this. As such, they do not celebrate the Passover on the correct day. They celebrate it on the 15th, not the 14th, as prescribed in Exodus 12:11 and Leviticus 23:5. This is why Jesus could keep the Passover (The Last Supper) and still be the Passover Lamb on, well, the Passover. Neither Jesus nor His disciples followed after the traditions of the Jews. This is shown by John's gospel when he refers to "the Jews" as if he were not one of them and why their Passover happened before the "Day of Preparation" (Mark 15:42, as the Jews for the Passover). The 3 sabbaths of the Passover are: day 1, day 7, (Leviticus 23: 6-8 Feast of Unleavened Bread) and the weekly Sabbath in between.
How does all this fit together is really simple. Jesus died just before sunset on Wednesday, 14 Nisan 27 AD, in the evening (Exodus 12:6). Since that was 14 Nisan, it's the only day that fits from 25 AD to 35 AD. At sunset the day changes to Thursday, 15 Nisan, the Jewish non-biblical celebration of the Passover, making that day a Sabbath in practice. The next day, Friday, 16 Nisan, is the Sheaf and Yearling Sacrifice, Leviticus 23:11-14 (after the Passover Sabbath - i.e. First day of Unleavened Bread), and finally, then at sunset started that week's Sabbath, the One Sabbath as in the counting of Omer, that is the day Jesus rose from the dead. This is how Jesus could rise from the dead on a Sabbath, after the Sabbath. We just have to read the scriptures in the originals and obey the Teachings and not the traditions of man. BTW, the Pharisees of then, rule today. They're now called Rabbinical Rabbis. The Jews, who still believe the word of God, are called Karaite Jews, but they are a very small minority.
Jesus Died Wednesday at 3pm (day 1), sunset
Thursday night (night 1), sunrise, Thursday day (day 2), sunset
Friday night (night 2), sunrise, Friday day (day 2), sunset
Saturday night (night 3), sunrise, Saturday day (day 3) - Resurrection
3 day, 3 nights
To punctuation on the error of translations, let me just show this. The word LORD (all caps) in the KJV is the given name of God to Moses (Yod Hey Vav Hey) יהוה which has been translated 4 times in the KJV as JEHOVAH (Exodus 6:3, Psalms 83:18, Isaiah 12:2, and Isaiah 26:4). However, יהוה appears 5193 times. Because of this, Christians have used it to call upon "God" via "Jehovah". So what's the problem is actually pretty disturbing. First, no Jew, Karaite or Rabbinical will tell you how to pronounce it. It's been lost because of the traditions of man. After all, how can you call upon the name of the Lord, if you don't know it, a trick of the devil. Everyone does agree that "Je" is a Latin substitute for Ya/Ye meaning "God". However, if you look up Strong's number H1943, you'll see that HOVAH means "ruin". In other words, when you cry out to JEHOVAH, you're calling on the God of Ruin, translated also as mischief in the KJV. Who is the God of Mischief!? The one who stole the pronunciation of יהוה.
1 Corinthians 5:6-8 (KJV)
Your glorying [is] not good. Know ye not that a little leaven leaveneth the whole lump? Purge out therefore the old leaven, that ye may be a new lump, as ye are unleavened. For even Christ our passover is sacrificed for us: Therefore let us keep the feast, not with old leaven, neither with the leaven of malice and wickedness; but with the unleavened [bread] of sincerity and truth.
Just my thoughts. I hope they help.