An official trailer for A Series of Unfortunate Events season three has been released by Netflix. The show’s new season will also be its final season.
The show is an adaptation of the book series of the same name written by Lemony Snicket, the pen name of Daniel Handler. It stars Neil Patrick Harris as Count Olaf, Malina Weissman, Louis Hynes, and Presley Smith as the Baudelaire children, and Patrick Warburton as Snicket.
You can check out the new trailer for the final season of A Series of Unfortunate Events below.
Netflix has released a date announcement video for A Series of Unfortunate Events season three, which will be the show’s final season.
In the video the author of the book series the show is based on, Lemony Snicket (the pen name of Daniel Handler and also a character on the show played by Patrick Warburton), and Count Olaf (Neil Patrick Harris) deliver a contradicting back-and-forth about the series.
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).
A cryptic video has been released by Netflix called “A Miserable Message,” which holds a hidden secret regarding their show A Series of Unfortunate Events.
When you decipher the not so tricky puzzle, it leads you to a note from the author of the books the series is based on himself, Lemony Snicket, who reveals that Netflix has officially ordered a season two.
You can read the note and check out the video below.
Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events heads to Netflix with 8 episodes on Friday the 13th (appropriate), as bad luck follows Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire, the poor children for whom disaster follows. Neil Patrick Harris plays the insufferable Count Olaf, guaranteeing a gleeful ride. Wanna know the facts?
Check out the clip below (plus bonus Golden Globe clip).