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.
We’re just over a week away from the debut of Netflix’s new Series of Unfortunate Events, but fortunately for you, the wait is getting just a bit more eventful. Here, enjoy the misery of young children in an extra Lemony trailer for your new Series.
However unofficial as of yet, Netflix’s adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events scored tremendous points even getting Neil Patrick Harris in talks for the role of Count Olaf, and it’s only natural our Violent and Klaus would follow. Such as it is, Supergirl star Malina Weissman has won the role of eldest Violet, joined by newcomer Louis Hynes as Klaus.
Whether or not the 2004 film of Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events succeeded in adapting the books, few would argue that Jim Carrey’s take on the devious Count Olaf at least made an impression. Now, the Netflix series of the same name has an incredible get, tapping Neil Patrick Harris for the elaborate role, though perhaps at the cost of its showrunner.
FX and Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story may reinvent itself each year, but did you know that each season shares at least some major connection? Or that major alum from The Walking Dead and Nine Inch Nails have worked behind the scenes? Lock your doors, and hide under the bed, the 26th episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?’ visits the Murder House for some frightful facts of FX’s American Horror Story!