A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 2 will continue to the misadventures of the Baudelaire children, whose parents were killed at the start of the very first season. "But those are the same people who wouldn't recognize handsome if it set your house on fire".
"A Series of Unfortunate Events" will, fortunately, return in just a couple of months. And, lucky for all of us, it hasn't been a huge wait for season two, which is premiering on Netflix March 30.
Throughout the show, all three of the kids are terrorised by Count Olaf, played by Neil Patrick Herris, and Netflix subscribers were treated to some of the same behaviour from Olaf on the 1st of January.
The extraordinary Baudelaire orphans face trials, tribulations and the evil Count Olaf in their fateful quest to unlock long-held family secrets.
Nevertheless, Netflix has sunk a lot of money into the show thus far, and the streaming service seems eager to capitalize on this by creating a second season what will, hopefully, be better received than the first one.
Based on this new trailer, it looks like this new season will have a fittingly charming and darkly fantastical style. The final four books will be adapted for the third season, which now has no release date.
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 second season picks up with book five and takes us through to the ninth.