Netflix announced ‘The Umbrella Academy’ has been officially renewed for the third season.
Produced by UCP, a division of Universal Studio Group, the season three order includes 10 one-hour episodes.
Despite without plot details at this early stage, the main cast is all confirmed to be returning.
They’re not done yet!— Netflix (@netflix) November 10, 2020
The Umbrella Academy Season 3 is officially happening! pic.twitter.com/Vg7jXrXwnV
Production will begin in February in Toronto, Canada, with Steve Blackman will returning as Showrunner and Executive Producer.
ATTENTION! If you haven’t watched the series yet, this paragraph contains spoilers.
The series, based on the comic by Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá, launched in 2019.
Is the story of a group of estranged adopted siblings with superpowers who are reunited by the death of their father.
The sudden arrival of their time-traveling younger brother who disappeared years earlier.
Season 1 found the titular Umbrella Academy attempting to prevent a literal apocalypse. And ended with them jumping backward in time.
The show’s second season ended with yet another time jump.
This time “back” to the future where the Umbrella Academy kids hoped they had prevented a world-ending event.
So what will happen in Season 3?
We’re intrigued to see what’s next. In the quality department, season 2 was a roaring success.
The show’s critically acclaimed second season debuted on Netflix on July 31st,
Shifted the action to the 1960s, as the siblings once again faced down another potential apocalypse. While also combating problems that arise when you time travel to the year JFK is assassinated. Remember season two’s official trailer: