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A Series Of Unfortunate Events will Conclude After Season 3

A Series Of Unfortunate Events star Neil Patrick Harris (aka Count Olaf) has confirmed that Season 3 will be the final show of the series. Whilst many will be disappointed by this news it does confirm that Netflix will complete their conversion of all the books into TV episodes.


Neil Patrick Harris to quit 'A Series Of Unfortunate Events' after third season

Neil Patrick Harris has confirmed he’ll quit as villainous Count Olaf after three seasons of Netflix hit A Series Of Unfortunate Events.

The streaming service’s bosses renewed his show for a second and a third season last year, promising to adapt the remaining nine Lemony Snicket novels from writer Daniel Handler’s 13-book series. 110 more words



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'Lemony Snicket's A Series Of Unfortunate Events' To End After Season 3

Count Olaf himself has confirmed that Season 3 will be the last for Netflix’s Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events. 

Star Neil Patrick Harris announced the end date in an interview with TVGuide.com. 153 more words

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TVLine Items: Unfortunate Events' End Date, Daytime Emmy Honors and More

Unfortunately, Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events will end after three seasons. 232 more words

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Neil Patrick Harris Confirma: A Series of Unfortunate Events terminará con su tercer temporada.

A pocas semanas de estrenar la segunda temporada de A Series of Unfortunate Events, Niel Patrick Harris confirma que la tercer temporada sera la ultima para la serie de Netflix. 172 more words


'Sudden Fury: A Family Torn Apart' (1993): True crime thriller with Neil Patrick Harris

Mill Creek Entertainment has released a DVD and digital download combo pack of Sudden Fury: A Family Torn Apart, the true-crime made-for-TV movie that originally aired on NBC back in November, 1993. 1,600 more words

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