A Series of Unfortunate Events really is going to Get Out with Season 3. Not only has the Netflix drama triple-confirmed that Season 3 will end the series, but new reports place Girls and Get Out alum Allison Williams in a mysterious role that might emerge as early as next week.
Netflix’s Series of Unfortunate Events will treat Dr. Horrible fans to the first proper onscreen reunion of Neil Patrick Harris and Nathan Fillion, but we have to ask – is that sequel ever happening? Harris doesn’t have a good prognosis, nor can he guarantee that any sequel would even feature him in the title role.
Just like that – binge-watching Netflix is once again its own reward. The streaming service has pulled the plug on an incentivized “patches” feature that parents complained was encouraging kids to binge shows at unhealthy rates.
Just like every addiction, Netflix is seeking to make theirs fun for kids. User reports have revealed that the streaming service has begun testing “patches” on certain youth-oriented programming, with an aim to introduce “collectible items for a more interactive experience.”
The Baudelaires’ troubles are beginning anew. Following a New Year’s Day sneak peek, Count Olaf is kicking Netflix’s Series of Unfortunate Events promotion into high gear with a full Season 2 trailer and a terrible trove of new guest stars.
Netflix has a habit of renewing popular shows past the books they’re based on, but don’t expect that Unfortunate Event to befall Count Olaf. Star Neil Patrick Harris confirms that the Lemony Snicket adaptation will officially end after a third season finishes the books.
Your happy new year has just taken an Unfortunate turn. Netflix and Count Olaf have a new message for you, as Season 2 of A Series of Unfortunate Events has officially booked a late March premiere with some miserable new footage.
If you thought 2017 was miserable, wait until you see how Unfortunate next year gets. Netflix has released a first look at the alliterative awfulness of A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 2, now set for a spring 2018 premiere.