A Series of Unfortunate Events is an American black comedy-drama web television series directed by Mark Hudis and Barry Sonnenfeld.

Official trailers

Netflix on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 released the trailer:
A Series of Unfortunate Events: Season 3 | Date Announcement | Netflix.

Story intro

When a mysterious fire kills their parents, the Baudelaire children are informed of this terrible news by their executor Arthur Poe and are placed into the care of their distant relative Count Olaf, an actor who is determined to claim the family fortune for himself. Following Olaf's failed attempt and his plot being exposed, the Baudelaires set out to elude Olaf and his followers while uncovering the mystery behind a secret society from their parents' past called V.F.D. (short for Volunteer Fire Department) as they are placed in the custody of different guardians.


Neil Patrick Harris
Count Olaf, an actor and member of V.F.D.'s fire-starting side
Patrick Warburton
Lemony Snicket, the narrator and member of V.F.D
Malina Weissman
Violet Baudelaire, the eldest Baudelaire sibling and an inventor talented in mechanics
Louis Hynes
Klaus Baudelaire, the middle Baudelaire child, interested in literature and books
K. Todd Freeman
Arthur Poe, the family banker at Mulctuary Money Management and executor of the Baudelaire parents
Presley Smith
Sunny Baudelaire, the infant child of the Baudelaires with unnaturally strong teeth
Lucy Punch
Esmé Squalor, a wealthy financial advisor
Avi Lake
Isadora Quagmire, Duncan and Quigley's sister
Dylan Kingwell
Duncan and Quigley Quagmire, Isadora's brothers
Will Arnett
Father, a man associated with V.F.D
Cobie Smulders
Mother, a woman associated with V.F.D
Usman Ally
Fernald / the Hook-Handed Man, a member of Count Olaf's theatre troupe with hooks instead of hands
Matty Cardarople
the Henchperson of Indeterminate Gender, a member of Count Olaf's theatre troupe
Cleo King
Eleanora Poe, Arthur Poe's wife and the editor-in-chief of The Daily Punctilio
John DeSantis
the Bald Man, a tall bald-headed man
Jacqueline and Joyce Robbins
the White-Faced Women, two elderly twins
Sara Canning
Jacquelyn Scieszka, Mr. Poe's standoffish secretary and a member of V.F.D. She possesses a spyglass
Patrick Breen
Larry Your-Waiter, a member of V.F.D
Sara Rue
Olivia Caliban, a librarian at Prufrock Preparatory School
Nathan Fillion
Jacques Snicket, the dashing adventurer brother of Lemony Snicket and member of V.F.D
Kitana Turnbull
Carmelita Spats, an obnoxious, tutu-wearing student at Prufrock Preparatory School
Allison Williams
Kit Snicket, the sister of Lemony and Jacques Snicket, member of V.F.D., and Count Olaf's former love interest
Joan Cusack
Justice Strauss, a judge and Count Olaf's neighbor
Kaniel Jacob-Cross and Jack Forrester
Edgar and Albert Poe, Arthur Poe's two sons
Darcey Johnson
Trolleyman, the driver of a rickety trolley
Luke Camilleri
Gustav Sebald, a member of V.F.D. and Monty's former assistant
Aasif Mandvi
Montgomery "Uncle Monty" Montgomery, a distant relative of the Baudelaires and enthusiastic herpetologist
Matthew Walker
the Ticket Seller, an unnamed Ticket Seller at Tedia's movie theater
Alfre Woodard
Aunt Josephine Anwhistle, a distant relative of the Baudelaires at Lake Lachrymose
Barry Sonnenfeld
Ike Anwhistle, the late husband of Josephine
Rob LaBelle
a taxi driver
Don Johnson
Sir, the cigar-smoking owner of Lucky Smells Lumbermill
Catherine O'Hara
Georgina Orwell, an optometrist, member of the fire-starting side of V.F.D., and Count Olaf's ex-girlfriend
Rhys Darby
Charles, Sir's partner
Timothy Webber
Jimmy, a worker at Lucky Smells Lumbermill
Chris Gauthier
Phil, an optimistic worker
Loretta Walsh
Norma Rae, a worker at Lucky Smells Lumbermill
Trent Redekop
Cesar, a worker at Lucky Smells Lumbermill
Roger Bart
Nero Feint, the violin-playing vice-principal of Prufrock Preparatory School and struggling musician with an egotistic personality, a talent for mimicking what someone says in a high voice, and a love for excessive punishments
Bronwen Smith
Miss Tench, Prufrock Preparatory School's gym teacher
Malcolm Stewart
Mr. Remora, a teacher at Prufrock Preparatory School
BJ Harrison
Mrs. Bass, a teacher at Prufrock Preparatory School
Tony Hale
Jerome Squalor, the timid husband of Esmé Squalor
Sage Brocklebank
Doorman, an unnamed doorman
Ithamar Enriquez
Hector, a skittish handyman and citizen of the Village of Fowl Devotees
Mindy Sterling
Elder Anabelle, a member of the Village of Fowl Devotees' Council of Elders
Carol Mansell
Elder Jemma, a soft-spoken member of the Village of Fowl Devotees' Council of Elders
Ken Jenkins
Elder Sam, a gruff-speaking member of the Village of Fowl Devotees' Council of Elders
Lossen Chambers
Mrs. Morrow, an inhabitant of the Village of Fowl Devotees that wears a pink robe
Kevin Chamberlin
Mr. Lesko, an inhabitant of the Village of Fowl Devotees that wears plaid pants
Serge Houde
Milt, the shopkeeper of the Last Chance General Store in the Hinterlands
Gabe Khouth
Lou, the newspaper delivery boy
John Bobek
the bearded leader of the Volunteers Fighting Disease
Lauren McGibbon
the perky member of the Volunteers Fighting Disease
Kerri Kenney-Silver
Babs, the Head of Human Resources and Hospital Administration at Heimlich Hospital
David Alan Grier
Hal, a visually-disabled file clerk
Robbie Amell
Kevin, an ambidextrous "freak"
Kevin Cahoon
Hugo, a hunchbacked "freak"
Bonnie Morgan
Colette, a contortionist "freak"
David Burtka
Mr. Willums, a heckler with a pimpled chin
Jill Morrison
Mrs. Willums, the wife of Mr. Willums
Harper and Gideon Burtka-Harris
Trixie and Skip Willums, the children of Mr. Willums
Keegan Connor Tracy
Brucie, the leader of the Snow Scouts
Richard E. Grant
the Man with a Beard but No Hair, a villain and associate of Count Olaf
Beth Grant
the Woman with Hair but No Beard, a villain and associate of Count Olaf
Kassius Nelson
Fiona Widdershins, the teenage captain of the Queequeg and Klaus' love interest
Max Greenfield
the Denouement brothers, triplets
Morena Baccarin
Beatrice Baudelaire, the mother of the Baudelaire children
Eric Keenleyside
Fire Chief, the unnamed father of Count Olaf and chief of the City's fire department
Peter MacNicol
Ishmael, the leader of a group of castaways on an island and the founder of V.F.D
Nakai Takawira
Friday Caliban, a young girl living on an island
Angela Moore
Miranda Caliban, the mother of Friday
Simon Chin
Alonso, an inhabitant on an island
Matthew James Dowden
Bertrand Baudelaire, the father of the Baudelaire children
Angelina Capozzoli
Beatrice Baudelaire II, the daughter of Kit Snicket and Dewey Denouement


The series is produced by Paramount Pictures, Paramount Television, What is the Question? and Sonnenfeld Productions, Inc..

The average duration of each episode is 36 - 64 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.

External links

Official website: netflix.com/title/80050008

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Wikipedia: A Series of Unfortunate Events (TV series)