‘A Series Of Unfortunate Events’ Latest Update, News: Two More Seasons Coming Soon; Awful Villain Disguises Revealed In New Trailer
"A Series of Unfortunate Events" will be airing next year on Netflix and we have listed here some significant scoops that fans may need to know. Reportedly, the streaming giant is planning to air not just one but three seasons of the show. If this sounds interesting, please continue reading on.
A recent report from TechPlz confirmed the January lineup of Netflix which includes "A Series of Unfortunate Events." The newest trailer revealed a glimpse of the fourth book The Miserable Mill where Violet Baudelaire's inventiveness was highlighted, Entertainment Weekly reported. Apart from Violet, her siblings Klaus and Sunny were also seen as well as the iconic Count Olaf.
Interestingly, the two-minute long trailer of "A Series of Unfortunate Events" also showcased the several disguises of the seemingly terrifying villain Count Olaf. In a previous report from Collider, Neil Patrick Harris who brings life to the character revealed that he tried to give honor to how Lemony Snicket and Daniel Handler described the "awful" villain. "He thinks he's so handsome and he thinks he's incredibly charming and gifted as an actor, and yet he's not. So I didn't want to be overly charming, I wanted to be just awful," the actor explained.
Reports also claimed that "A Series of Unfortunate Events" will make two episodes for every book. This could make the telling of the story more stretched and detailed as possible. The original novel has 13 books so it is expected that the Netflix series will have 26 episodes in total.
However, Netflix will divide the storyline of "A Series of Unfortunate Events" series into three seasons. Though the network has not announced the definite number of episodes in its first season, the show will reportedly air on Jan. 13, 2017. That said, fans are left with less than a month of waiting for the highly anticipated Netflix adaptation of the hit novel about the lives of the Baudelaire orphans and Count Olaf.