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.
HBO’s Veep may have outlasted Selina Meyer’s Vice Presidency and Oval Office tenure, but the series itself must eventually resign. So it is, that star Julia Louis-Dreyfus now confirms next year’s seventh season will be the last for the Emmy-winning political satire.
Pick up a copy of Balboa Bay Window and ready your outfits for Motherboy; Buster and Lucille are back at it. Arrested Development gets one step closer to Season 5, as two of our favorite Bluths step even closer in a new photo from the Netflix set.
It’s curtains for Count Olaf; lacy, gently-wafting curtains, as Nathan Fillion joins Netflix’s Series of Unfortunate Events for Season 2. Also making an Unforutnate turn are Veep and Arrested Development favorite Tony Hale and more.
Anticipation for a fifth Arrested Development season largely dried up when Season 4 made clear the prolific cast had trouble coordinating schedules. That said, the now-confirmed Season 5 teases a more collaborative approach, as star Will Arnett assures the cast will spend “much more” time together overall.
Jason Bateman, it seems, found that money in the banana stand. Where previously Arrested Development Season 5 could only confirm Michael Bluth’s involvement, Netflix has stepped in to make the new season official for 2018.
It’s an open question how Veep will fare without its title character actually employed in any administration, but Season 6 is nonetheless primed for further humiliation in its April debut. See for yourself, as the first full trailer finds Selina Meyer getting re-acquainted with an old friend, sidestepping both figurative and literal landmines.