The Umbrella Academy: Netflix Reveals Official Trailer For Season 3

The Umbrella Academy: Netflix Reveals Official Trailer For Season 3

While most Netflix subscribers are waiting for the upcoming fourth season of Stranger Things, we could say that The Umbrella Academy takes second place on that list of most-anticipated returning shows on the streamer at the moment. After almost 2 years of hiatus, The Umbrella Academy will finally return with its third season on June 22, 2022. And now, Netflix revealed the official trailer, which you can check out below:

“Super. Sibling. Rivalry. Season three of The Umbrella Academy premieres June 22, only on Netflix.” — The Umbrella Academy Season 3, official description

Based on the comic book series of the same name written by Gerard Way and illustrated by Gabriel Bá, Netflix’s The Umbrella Academy is following a dysfunctional family of adopted siblings who are actually superheroes who reunite to solve the mystery of their father’s death and the threat of an imminent apocalypse. The series premiered in February 2019, and the second season followed in July 2020. Now, after long waiting, the third season is finally on the horizon.

For those who do not know, The Umbrella Academy series was created for Netflix by Steve Blackman, who previously worked on Netflix’s Altered Carbon, and developed by Jeremy Slater. Yes, the same Jeremy Slater who is credited as the creator of the upcoming Disney+ series Marvel’s Moon Knight.

Starring Elliot Page as Viktor Hargreeves, Tom Hopper as Luther Hargreeves, Emmy Raver-Lampman as Allison Hargreeves, David Castañeda as Diego Hargreeves, Robert Sheehan as Klaus Hargreeves, Aidan Gallagher as Number Five, Colm Feore as Sir Reginald Hargreeves, Justin H. Min as Ben Hargreeves, and Ritu Arya as Lila Pitts, the 10-episode third season of The Umbrella Academy will premiere on June 22, 2022, exclusively on Netflix.

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