The Umbrella Academy star confirms filming on season 3 has begun
It's hoped that it'll arrive on Netflix toward the end of the year.
The Umbrella Academy’s Elliot Page has given fans an update on its upcoming third season.
The actor posted a photo of its new logo to his Instagram account yesterday with a caption confirming that filming has begun.
Season 3 will once again consist of ten episodes with Steve Blackman returning as showrunner. He and Killjoys creator Michelle Lovretta will direct the pilot.
The show’s new logo highlights one of the major new plotlines for this season, the presence of the Sparrow Academy.
They were first glimpsed at the end of season when the Hargreeves siblings returned to an alternate version of 2019 to find that their deceased father Sir Reginald (Colm Feore) is still alive and has created a new superhero team.
Its members will be played by Justin Cornwell, Britne Oldford, Jake Epstein, Genesis Rodriguez and Cazzie David and Justin H. Min.
Main cast members Aiden Gallagher, Robert Sheehan, Emmy Raver-Lapman, Tom Hopper and David Castañeda are all also set to return.
Season 3 will once again consist of ten episodes with Steve Blackman returning as showrunner. While it doesn’t currently have a release date, it’s expected to hit Netflix sometime later this year.
Seasons 1 and 2 of The Umbrella Academy are available to stream on Netflix now.
Source: Digital Spy