A Series of Unfortunate Events season 2 premiere date official at Netflix

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And, lucky for all of us, it hasn't been a huge wait for season two, which is premiering on Netflix March 30. "But those are the same people who wouldn't recognize handsome if it set your house on fire". "So dive on in, distract yourself with this first look at season 2 of A Series of Unfortunate Events", he states in the trailer.

After How I Met Your Mother, Neil Patrick Harris has become one of the most sought-out talents in Hollywood, and Netflix was lucky to nab him as their Count Olaf for their adaptation of Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events. He's the evil uncle of three orphans who will stop at nothing to get their inheritance. The season will begin streaming on Netflix on March 30th. Not much of the plot can be discerned from the new footage (it's just the trio being chased by unruly mobs and villains, what's new?), but the new scenes seem to be very much in line with the hyper-stylized visual language that the first season developed and perfected.

Neil Patrick Harris is back as the villainous Count Olaf, seen below brandishing a pair of extremely large knives.

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The second season covers books five through nine, as the story traverses through boarding schools to penthouse apartments.

You can read our review of the first season here, which declares that the show "manages that rare feat of staying utterly faithful to the books, while still remaining fresh and dynamic". The first season of A Series of Unfortunate Events, (based on the popular Lemony Snicket series) wasted no time at all generating popularity among fans old and new.

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