Netflix A Series Of Unfortunate Events Season 3 Review

Netflix has released the third and final season of A Series Of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket (pen name of American novelist Daniel Handler). The entire series is based on the thirteen novel series of the same name and the third season is based on last four books – The Slippery Slope, The Grim Grotto, The Penultimate Peril, and The End.

The Series is all wrapped up and the last season seems better than the previous ones.

It started as three orphans trying to find the truth behind the sudden demise of their parents while travelling from caretakers place to another. Finally, this season has concluded the fate of Baudelaire orphans in an absurd way. You will get the dark humour you like with the last season as well.

Neil Pattrick Harrison has truly marked his talent with this season like the previous ones. There are tons of reference of the previous season and the delightfully absurd moments too. However, there is a certain contrast at the end of the series if you compare it with the start. The Baudelaire orphans understand the truth of their parents and are more hopeful than fateful.

A Series Of Unfortunate Events Season 3 Review

Rotten Tomatoes has given 100% to A Series Of Unfortunate Events Season 3

This happens very often when a series gets a 100% (based on 12 critics review) rating on Rotten Tomatoes. However, the audience has given it a 94% rating which not that bad.

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Whereas A Series Of Unfortunate Events Season 1 got 94% by critics & 81% by Audience, and A Series Of Unfortunate Events Season 2 got 93% by critics & 88% by Audience on Rotten Tomatoes.

Watch It Now on Netflix

All three seasons of A Series Of Unfortunate Events are now available on Netflix and you can binge it now.

The drama and tension offered by A Series Of Unfortunate Events Season 3 is worth a watch.

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