Netflix's 'The Umbrella Academy' Returns in July for Season 2
The second season of Netflix's original series, "Umbrella Academy," is set to premiere on July 31st, and fans can hardly wait to see their favorite characters in action once again.
Netflix's superhero series, "The Umbrella Academy," is on its way for a second season, and this season promises a perfect blend of dark humor and more time travel experiences.
In a trailer shared on the show's official Instagram page, the Umbrella Academy is seen trying to thwart a second apocalypse while fleeing from a trio of Swedish assassins.
With a time travel back to the 60s, the Hargreeves get fresh hairdos, a wealth of new, more creepy-looking villains with Gerard Way's "Here Comes The End" acting as an excellent choice of soundtrack. Fans and followers took to the comments section to share their excitement. One user wrote:
"CAN YOU HEAR ME SCREAMING."
"The Umbrella Academy," which is based on a comic book, debuted on Netflix in February 2019 and gradually won the hearts of viewers. The show centers on the story of the seven Hargreeves kids adopted by mysterious billionaire Sir Reginald Hargreeves.
The trailer also confirmed the appearance of a peculiar character from the comics: "Five's fish boss."
As the Hagreeves kids began to develop superpowers, Reginald trained them and created a superhero group called "The Umbrella Academy," and he sent them to different missions.
Unfortunately, Reginald wasn't the best parent to his children and the siblings ended up going their separate ways. However, the upcoming season will see the siblings coming together to stop a present-day apocalypse.
The trailer also confirmed the appearance of a peculiar character from the comics: "Five's fish boss" whose role will be expanded from what is seen in the comics.
Earlier in June, Robert Sheehan, who plays the role of Klaus Hargreeves, took to Instagram, where he attempted to share a GIF of his character in promotion of the upcoming season.
Unknown to him, GIFs don't work on Instagram, and in response, his co-star, Justin Min, took to the comments section where he wrote, "Gifs don't work on IG, bb. You need the vid. But I still love you."
The "Umbrella Academy" premieres on Netflix on July 31st, and fans can hardly wait. In less than a month, their curiosity will be met, and all of the juicy drama will come to light!