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An Unfortunate Ending

Showrunner Barry Sonnenfeld teases what to expect from the final season of Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events (launching in early 2019).
Louis Hynes, Malina Weissman, and Alison Williams

THE END IS NIGH FOR the Baudelaire orphans, but showrunner Barry Sonnenfeld promises the third season of Netflix’s adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s beloved, miserable children’s series is “the most emotional

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