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Storyline

This series follows the tragic tale of three orphans -- Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire -- who are investigating their parents' mysterious death. The siblings are saddled with an evil guardian named Count Olaf (portrayed by award-winning actor Neil Patrick Harris), who will do whatever it takes to get his hands on the Baudelaire's inheritance. Violet, Klaus, and Sunny must outsmart Olaf at every turn, foiling devious plans and disguises. The series is based on the best-selling series of books by Lemony Snickey (aka Daniel Handler).

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: January 13, 2017

Also Known As: Лемоні Снікет: Низка злощасних подій, Μια Σειρά από Ατυχή Γεγονότα |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG), Brazil (12) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

based on novel or book
orphan
kids
reboot

Company Credits

Production Co: The Sonnenfeld Company, What is the Question? |  See more »

Cast

Marion Eisman
as Auction Attendee
Cobie Smulders
as Mother
Ken Jenkins
as Elder Sam
Cynthia Mendez
as Volunteer Singer #4
Usman Ally
as Hook-Handed Man
Kim Turnbull
as Ballerina
Louis Hynes
as Klaus Baudelaire
Jacqueline Robbins
as White Faced Woman #1
Bonnie Morgan
as Colette
Mindy Sterling
as Elder Anabelle
Kassius Nelson
as Fiona
Alfre Woodard
as Aunt Josephine
Morgan Brayton
as Auction Attendee
Kaniel Jacob-Cross
as Edgar Poe
Adam Manfredi
as Ice Cream Customer
Jaedon Siewert
as Snow Scout #4
Nathan Fillion
as Jacques Snicket
Joyce Robbins
as White Faced Woman #2
Chase Nicholson
as Unfortunate Student
Eanna O'Dowd
as Bellboy
Andrew Beha
as Waiter
Arielle Tuliao
as Volunteer Singer #1
Kwasi Thomas
as Bus Driver
Richard E. Grant
as Man with Beard But No Hair
Emerson D'Sylva
as Snow Scout #7
Baya Ipatowicz
as Snow Scout #3
Joan Cusack
as Justice Strauss
Patrick Keating
as Town Father
Chris Gauthier
as Phil
Jorg Everding
as Opera Goer
Wayne Stewart
as Blind Man
Kari Grunberg
as Volunteer Singer #6
Bronwen Smith
as Miss Tench
Kennith Overbey
as Dancer
Garrett Quirk
as Stage Manager
Gwenda Lorenzetti
as Rash Sufferer
Stephen Richard Lofstrom
as Doctor
Peter Grant
as Man in Casts
Andrew Suttar
as Trolley Passenger
Nigel Brighton
as Coughing Man
Lossen Chambers
as Mrs. Morrow
Simon Ager
as Man at Auction
Brittany Good
as Chorus Performer
Amanda Burke
as Colonist
Angela Moore
as Miranda
Stephanie Lavigne
as Woman in Traction Bed
Rita Hodson
as Teacher
Paul Domick
as Mysterious Figure
Sarah Hayward
as Volunteer Singer #7
Keilani Elizabeth Rose
as Dancer
Marco Grazzini
as Chauffeur
Simon Chin
as Alonso
Emily Delahunty
as Carmelita's Lackey #2
Malcolm Stewart
as Mr. Remora
Robbie Segulam
as Ice Cream Server
Darcey Johnson
as Trolleyman
Serge Houde
as Milt
Gabe Khouth
as Lou
William Coyne
as Amish Villager
David Hurtubise
as Mr. Sirin
Barry Sonnenfeld
as Ike Anwhistle/Mr. Tamerlane
Dylan Kingwell
as Quigley Quagmire/Duncan Quagmire
Aasif Mandvi
as Uncle Monty
Max Greenfield
as Denouement Brothers
Gideon Burtka-Harris
as Skip Willums
Maya Kooner
as Another Snow Scout/Nervous Scout
Xavier De Salaberry
as Volunteer Singer #8
Tara Strong
as Sunny
Sara Canning
as Jacquelyn
Troy Adamson
as Volunteer Singer #5
Herbert Duncanson
as Stargazer
Sage Brocklebank
as Doorperson
John Bobek
as Bearded Man
Asia Au-Yeung
as Snow Scout #2
Matthew James Dowden
as Bertrand
James Hibbard
as Chorus Performer
Daniel Letto
as Lime Salesperson
Hannah Henney
as Dancer
Malina Weissman
as Violet Baudelaire
Jason Burkart
as Another Colonist
Roger Bart
as Vice Principal Nero
Don Johnson
as Sir
K. Todd Freeman
as Arthur Poe
Louise Hradsky
as Chorus Peformer
Eric Keenleyside
as Fire Chief
Beth Grant
as Woman with Hair But No Beard
Seiya Matsudo
as Hippy Volunteer
Colleen Bradford
as Patient
Rob LaBelle
as Taxi Driver
Keith Dallas
as Truck Driver (Evander)
David Burtka
as Mr. Willums
Linzi Martin
as Villager
Luke Camilleri
as Gustav
Matthew Walker
as Ticket Seller
Esabella Anna Karena Strickland
as School Girl
Latonya Williams
as Bellgirl
Myles McCarthy
as Volunteer Singer #3
Raven Light
as Villager
Angelina Capozzoli
as Beatrice Beaudelaire II
Craig Erickson
as Auction Attendee
Kevin Sateri
as Dancer
David Alan Grier
as Hal
Mamie Laverock
as Snow Scout #5
Chloe Ling
as Snow Scout #1
Carol Mansell
as Elder Jemma
Mark Kandborg
as Young Ticket Seller
John DeSantis
as Bald Man
Maestro Porus Irani
as School Teacher
BJ Harrison
as Mrs. Bass
Mark Brandon
as Veronica (Newsman)
Shiren Van Cooten
as Another Doctor
Andres Soto
as Photographer
Glen Ferguson
as Townsfolk
Elizabeth Bowen
as Dill Salesperson
Trent Redekop
as Cesar
Nakai Takawira
as Friday
Jill Morrison
as Mrs. Willums
Presley Smith
as Sunny Baudelaire
Lucy Punch
as Esmé Squalor
Timothy Webber
as Jimmy
Robbie Amell
as Kevin
Stefania Indelicato
as Vincent (Newswoman)
Stephen John Kosar
as Snow Scout/Snow Scout #6
Avi Lake
as Isadora Quagmire
Flossie McKnight
as Submarine Rental Clerk
Patrick Warburton
as Lemony Snicket
Lydia Travers
as Mouth Apparatus Woman
Kitana Turnbull
as Carmelita Spats
Ashley Ross
as Volunteer Singer #2
Sharon Crandall
as Woman in Casts
Cleo King
as Eleanora Poe
Patrick Breen
as Larry Your-Waiter
Keegan Connor Tracy
as Scout Leader
Zandara Kennedy
as Policewoman
Harper Burtka-Harris
as Little Trixie Willums
Will Arnett
as Father
Morena Baccarin
as Beatrice
Kevin Cahoon
as Hugo
Loretta Walsh
as Norma Rae
Yasmeene Ball
as Carmelita's Lackey #1
Allison Williams
as Kit Snicket
Lauren McGibbon
as Perky Volunteer
John Stewart
as Zombie Snowman
Matthew Cardarople
Sadie Silcock
as Mysterious Woman
Gerardo Barcala
as Iguana Handler
Sindy Jeffrey
as Patient
Rhys Darby
as Charles
Ellie Harvie
as Nurse
Kerri Kenney
as Babs
Catherine O'Hara
as Dr. Orwell
Ithamar Enriquez
as Hector
Nick Urata
as Wedding Band Leader
Neil Patrick Harris
as Count Olaf
Tony Hale
as Jerome Squalor
Jack Forrester
as Albert Poe
Sara Rue
as Olivia Caliban
Peter MacNicol
as Ishmael
Mary Black
as Sweet Old Lady
Taryn Laronge
as 1940's New York Townsfolk
Daniel Handler
as Fish Head Salesperson
Matty Cardarople
as Henchperson of Indeterminate Gender
Kevin Chamberlin
as Man in Plaid Pants

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2017 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

2018 | 10 Episodes

Season 3

2019 | 7 Episodes

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA 2017

Nominee

Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA

Best New Media Television Series

Gold Derby Awards 2017

Nominee

Gold Derby Awards

Comedy Lead Actor

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