It’s hard to say. We know it’s coming in 2022 and, with the release of The Sparrow Academy posters and this storyboard image from Blackman, fans may think a release date announcement will be here sooner rather than later.
But we don’t expect The Umbrella Academy season 3’s launch date or a teaser trailer to arrive any time soon. Netflix is notorious for closely guarding the release dates for any of its movies and TV shows – so much so that the streaming giant usually drops them online without teasing their arrival ahead of time.
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The Umbrella Academy season 3 is set to launch on Netflix later this year – and it seems that we won’t be prepared for the amount of heartbreak that it’ll contain.
Posting a new storyboard image on his Instagram account on January 12, showrunner Steve Blackman whipped fans into a frenzy about what’s actually going to go down in The Umbrella Academy season 3. And, given that the image shows Allison Hargreeves, one of the group’s superpowered beings, crying and looking forlorn, it seems that the hit Netflix show’s next entry could be very emotional indeed.
Check out the image, which was produced by the series’ storyboard artist Nimit Malavia, below:
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Of course, it’s hard to determine who or what has upset Allison in this particular scene. But The Umbrella Academy fans are clearly concerned, with many of the replies to Blackman’s post reading along the lines of “Noooo Allison” and “This must have something to do with Claire” – that is, Claire being Allison’s estranged daughter.
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