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WATCH: Neil Patrick Harris guarantees ‘more villains’ in ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ season 2

/ 04:14 PM February 13, 2018

Neil Patrick Harris as Count Olaf ticks off the many new unfortunate events to expect in the second season of “A Series of Unfortunate Events.”

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He assures audiences that season 2 will be much worse than the first one. It will include more villains, dastardly schemes and “unwanted elective surgeries,” to name a few.

Harris certainly looks excited in his Count Olaf costume as the character switches from one disguise to another.

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“A Series of Unfortunate Events” focuses on the story of the Baudelaire orphans as they encounter and struggle to survive the many attempts of Count Olaf to get rid of them so he can take their inheritance for himself.

Catch all the “dreadfulness” of season 2 when it premieres  March 30 on Netflix. /ra

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