The Umbrella Academy launched its second season on July 31, 2020, and roped in positive reviews just like its first season. The show is going well and has left fans all excited and curious to know what lies ahead after witnessing the conclusion.
Renewal Status Of The Umbrella Academy Season 3
There were inevitable cliffhangers that were not resolved as we moved towards the finale of season two. To this, we got a reply from the showrunner who assured that things would now get more heat up and excited. This hints out on season three. And we cannot just sit all idol and satisfied with the cliffhangers. However, there is no official confirmation or announcement until now from the online streaming giant Netflix about the renewal of the show. But we are very much confident that it is undoubtedly going to happen.
Plot Of The Umbrella Academy
The plot of the show revolves around a very dysfunctional Hangreeves family wherein a scientist adopted the siblings, and they got super powers from him. However, their father died, and the siblings came together to find out the reason behind their father’s death, along with protecting the world from an apocalypse. So, what is more, interesting to watch in this series? Well, if you have watched season two, we got introduced to a new Sparrow Academy, and this is another organization of siblings with super powers that is now managed by The Umbrella Academy kid’s father. Yes, because we saw that the Umbrella Academy was successful by travelling back in time and protecting the world from the apocalypse.
The Sparrow Academy
So when they returned, their father was alive again but with a new batch of siblings called The Sparrow Academy. There is not much shown now, and what was shared between the two academies was Ben. Now in the upcoming flick, it would be interesting to see how these two academies go along and how come we have Ben there. This means we would be having a new bunch of superheroes also this time, and that cannot turn out more exciting. The show stars Ellen Page, Tom Hopper, Robert Sheehan, Aidan Gallagher, and others. The fictional black dramedy superhero franchise is based on a comic book series of the same name written by Gerard Way.