Netflix has released a new teaser for season two of A Series of Unfortunate Events, their adaptation of the book series of the same name by Lemony Snicket (the pen name of Daniel Handler).
In the new teaser Count Olaf (Neil Patrick Harris) throws all that season one marketing stuff in the garbage and shows off what we can expect to see from the show’s follow-up effort.
Continue below for more on the show and the second season, such as some of the new additions to the cast (which includes a special someone who sets up a nice little Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog reunion Joss Whedon fans will be excited about).
Based on the internationally best selling series of books by Lemony Snicket (aka Daniel Handler), season two of the Netflix original series plunges further into the epic world of this darkly comedic mystery. Executive produced by Emmy Award-winner Barry Sonnenfeld and Daniel Handler – the new season of A Series of Unfortunate Events consists of ten cinematic one-hour episodes, and premieres worldwide spring 2018, exclusively on Netflix.
Starring Emmy and Tony Award-winner Neil Patrick Harris, A Series of Unfortunate Events recounts the tragic tale of the Baudelaire orphans â€“ Violet, Klaus, and Sunny â€“ and their extraordinary encounters with the devious Count Olaf who will stop at nothing to get his hands on their inheritance. Foiling his many dastardly plans and disguises, the young siblings discover clues to their parentsâ€™ mysterious death, links to a covert organization, and begin to unlock long-held family secrets. Malina Weissman, Louis Hynes, Presley Smith, Patrick Warburton and K. Todd Freeman (among others) return for season two. New additions to the cast include (but are not limited to) Lucy Punch, Nathan Fillion, Tony Hale, Sara Rue and Roger Bart.
Be sure to head right here to find the previously released season two teaser and more on the show.
A Series of Unfortunate Events season two arrives on Netflix on March 30th.
More isn’t always better. Sometimes it’s much worse. March 30th, get ready for more villains, more schemes, more peril, more orphans and more intentional fires.
It’s really going to be quite dreadful. We can’t wait.