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Season 2
2018
10 episodes comprising 5 stories
starting with "The Austere Academy
Part One
"
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Regular characters: Violet Baudelaire
Klaus Baudelaire
Sunny Baudelaire
Duncan Quagmire
Isadora Quagmire
Main enemy: Count Olaf and associates, Esmé Squalor
Key crew
Executive producer(s): Cindy Holland
Brian Wright
Ted Biaselli
Daniel Handler
Barry Sonnenfeld
John Weber
Frank Siracusa
Producer(s): Neil Patrick Harris
Series details
Release date: March 30, 2018
Premiere network: Netflix
Typical episode length: 40 minutes - 60 minutes
More info
Theme music: "Look Away"
Official trailer
A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 2 Official Trailer HD Netflix

A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 2 Official Trailer HD Netflix

Another official trailer
A Series Of Unfortunate Events - Season 2 Official Teaser HD Netflix

A Series Of Unfortunate Events - Season 2 Official Teaser HD Netflix

Behind the scenes video
A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 2 Inside the Worst Season Ever Netflix

A Series of Unfortunate Events Season 2 Inside the Worst Season Ever Netflix

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Season 2 of Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events was released all at once on March 30, 2018.

It consists of ten episodes covering books five through nine of the series: The Austere Academy, The Ersatz Elevator, The Vile Village, The Hostile Hospital and The Carnivorous Carnival.

Cast

Recurring

Semi-recurring

Guest actors

The Austere Academy

The Ersatz Elevator

The Vile Village

The Hostile Hospital

The Carnivorous Carnival

Production

Crew

Producers

At least both Daniel Handler[1][2], Rose Lam[3] and Barry Sonnenfeld[4][5] will continue to be involved in the show as executive producers.

Writers

In January 2017, Daniel Handler reported "working [on season 2] in [his] own dining room with a team of writers [he's] really loving".[1] This writer's room included Handler himself, Aziza Aba Butain, Joshua Conkel, Sigrid Gilmer and Joe Tracz.[6] According to Barry Sonnenfeld in an interview around the same time, scripts were already being written.[5] On May 19th, 2017, the writer's room were done, all the way to "The End", including scripts for season 3.[6]

Directors

Barry Sonnenfeld continued to direct this season.[3][5][7]

Filming

The series was renewed for a second season on March 13, 2017. Filming for season 2 began on April 13.[7][8] The series is produced in Vancouver by Olaf II Productions Inc.[3]

Filming on The Austere Academy wrapped up on May 17.[9]

Daniel Handler said he hoped Netflix would give the crew the go-ahead to film season 2 back-to-back with season 3. "Our dream is to film season 3 right after season 2; we're still working that out with Netflix. We couldn't have filmed all three seasons in a row... but we're hoping that with the reception the show has been getting, we can film those seasons so that at the end of the series, the Baudelaires aren't in their 30s and we're wondering why they're still worried about their guardians."[2] "[G]iven how quickly young actors age and change, we're trying to film everything as quickly as possible."[1]

Television stories

# Image Title Writer Director Notes Original book
1 Episode9 "The Austere Academy: Part One" Daniel Handler Barry Sonnenfeld The Baudelaire children meet Duncan and Isadora Quagmire.
Introduction of Carmelita Spats, Olivia Caliban and VP Nero.
The Austere Academy
2 Episode10 "The Austere Academy: Part Two" Joe Tracz Barry Sonnenfeld Count Olaf kidnaps the Quagmires from Prufrock Prep.
3 Episode11 "The Ersatz Elevator: Part One" Daniel Handler Bo Welch Introduction of Esmé and Jerome Squalor. First appearance of 667 Dark Avenue. The Ersatz Elevator
4 Episode12 "The Ersatz Elevator: Part Two" Daniel Handler Bo Welch The children discover the underground VFD tunnel.
5 Episode13 "The Vile Village: Part One" Sigrid Gilmer Barry Sonnenfeld Introduction of Hector and the Village of Fowl Devotees. The Vile Village
6 Episode14 "The Vile Village: Part Two" Sigrid Gilmer Barry Sonnenfeld Death of Jacques Snicket.
The Quagmires escape with Hector on his self-sustaining hot air mobile home.
7 Episode15 "The Hostile Hospital: Part One" Joshua Conkel Alan Arkush First appearances of Heimlich Hospital and the Snicket File. The Hostile Hospital
8 Episode16 "The Hostile Hospital: Part Two" Joshua Conkel Alan Arkush First appearance of the Sugar Bowl. Heimlich Hospital is set on fire. The Baudelaires hide in Count Olaf's trunk.
9 Episode17 "The Carnivorous Carnival: Part One" Joe Tracz Loni Peristere Introduction of "Madame Lulu" and the freaks at Caligari Carnival. The Carnivorous Carnival
10 Episode18 "The Carnivorous Carnival: Part Two" Joe Tracz Loni Peristere Death of Olivia Caliban. The carnival is destroyed, and the freaks, including the Baudelaire orphans, are recruited by Olaf.

Adaptations and merchandising

Home media

to be added

Marketing

Promotional trailers

Behind the scenes videos

Promotional photos

The Austere Academy

The Ersatz Elevator

The Vile Village

The Hostile Hospital

The Carnivorous Carnival

Sources

  1. Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named EW
  2. 2.0 2.1 Blumenfeld, Zach (January 20, 2017). A Series of Unfortunate Events Author Daniel Handler on Bringing the Baudelaire Orphans' Miserable World to Netflix. Paste. Retrieved on February 5, 2017.
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Production List. DGC BC (24 February 2017). Retrieved on 25 February 2017.
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  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Kelley, Seth (January 12, 2017). Netflix's 'Series of Unfortunate Events' Director Barry Sonnenfeld: We're Already Writing Scripts for Season 2. Variety. Retrieved on February 5, 2017.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Handler, Daniel (19 May 2017). Looks like The End: such a privilege & delight to work with Aziza Aba Butain, Joshua Conkel, Sigrid Gilmer & Joe Tracz. #SnicketWritersRoom. Twitter. Retrieved on 23 May 2017.
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  8. http://asoue.proboards.com/thread/34721/netflix-series-season-production-official?page=9&scrollTo=911627
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