|“A Series of Unfortunate Events” returns this 30 March!|
After the success of the first season of “A Series of Unfortunate Events”, Netflix is bringing back the Lemony Snicket adaptation for a second season.
A total of 10 episodes, each an hour long, will begin airing this 30 March.
Famous for its use of black comedy, the TV series follows the Baudelaire orphans, who lost their parents in a tragic fire accident.
They are placed into the care of a distant relative who goes by the name of Count Olaf, an actor who is determined to claim the Baudelaires’ fortune all for himself. Following Olaf’s failed attempts, the Baudelaires set out to expose his plot while uncovering the truth about a secret society from their parents’ past.
|The official poster for the second season of “A Series of Unfortunate Events”.|
The three orphans are played by Louis Hynes, Malina Weissman, and Presley Smith while the antagonist of the series is played by Neil Patrick Harris, who will all return to reprise their roles. Other cast members include Cobie Smulders, K. Todd Freeman, Patrick Warburton and Will Arnett.
This season will see new characters joining the adventure namely David Alan Grier, Lucy Punch, Nathan Fillion, Robbie Amell, Roger Bart, Sara Rue, and Tony Hale.
“A Series of Unfortunate Events” is among the 54 original contents on Netflix that is debuting this month with the inclusion of “Collateral”, “Jessica Jones”, “Love”, “The Outsider”, and many more.
Check out the official trailer below which was just released on 7 March.