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There’s nothing worse than finishing a TV show only to realize the next season doesn’t come out for another few months. To help, we compiled a list of everything we know about Umbrella Academy season three. That way, you’ll have something to hold you over until the new episodes premiere on Netflix.

Keep reading for details on Umbrella Academy season three.

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1. Is 'Umbrella Academy' returning for season 3?

Absolutely. Back in 2020, Netflix announced that Umbrella Academy will return for season three. Since the show is filmed in Toronto, Canada (not the U.S.), it’s expected to begin production sometime this year.

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2. When does it premiere?

Unfortunately, Netflix hasn’t released an official premiere date for Umbrella Academy season three. However, if things go according to plan, the new episodes could be available as early as fall 2021.

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3. Who's in it?

Umbrella Academy season three will feature several returning cast members, including Elliot Page (Vanya), Aidan Gallagher (Five), Robert Sheehan (Klaus), Emmy Raver-Lampman (Allison), David Castañeda (Diego), Justin H. Min (Ben), Tom Hopper (Luther), Colm Feore (Sir Reginald) and Ritu Arya (Lila).

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4. What is 'Umbrella Academy' about?

The story follows seven gifted children who were adopted by a billionaire named Sir Reginald Hargreeves. In an attempt to save the world, he creates a facility called the Umbrella Academy, which trains them for what’s to come.

Season two of Umbrella Academy concluded with the Hargreeves family time traveling back to 2019 after visiting the ’60s. It doesn’t take long for them to realize that their actions have drastically affected their present-day lives.

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