Published: Wed, January 03, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

Netflix Sets Premiere Date For 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' Season 2

Netflix Sets Premiere Date For 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' Season 2

The clip also teases some of the terrible situations the Baudelaire orphans will find themselves in this season - including falling down an elevator shaft and fleeing from an angry mob.

After debuting in 2017, Netflix has revealed that the second helping of the Lemony Snicket adaptation will be released on March 30, and the first trailer has promised that there's plenty more unpleasantness on the way. Sounds like an absolute barrel of laughs.

The season two teaser for A Series of Unfortunate Events was posted to Netflix's site as A Message from Count Olaf, (netflix.com/watch/80231624) with unofficial copies (youtu.be/es57p_B4PPk) popping up shortly after.

Anyone languishing on their couch this New Year's Day may have had in mind to indulge themselves in a little Netflix, only to be greeted with the most ghastly of visages.

The subscription service has been adding loads of new programmes, films, and documentaries to its site lately, and it is safe to say we won't be running out of things to watch any time soon either.

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A Series of Unfortunate Events hits Netflix on 30 March.

Beyond the second season, the great news is that there's already a third season of the show - with that, there are more opportunities for some great stories coming up.

It's pretty brief, but we get the gist.

Consisting of eight episodes, the first season covered the first four books, with Neil Patrick Harris starring as Count Olaf, Patrick Warburton as Lemony Snicket and a host of guest stars in other important roles.

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