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The End 

The final chapter takes the orphans to a deserted island: a place of lost lives, old stories and new beginnings. It all ends here.


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Daniel Handler (based on the book series by) (as Lemony Snicket), Daniel Handler (teleplay by) | 1 more credit »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Neil Patrick Harris ... Count Olaf
Patrick Warburton ... Lemony Snicket
Malina Weissman ... Violet Baudelaire
Louis Hynes ... Klaus Baudelaire
K. Todd Freeman ... Arthur Poe (credit only)
Presley Smith ... Sunny Baudelaire
Dylan Kingwell ... Duncan Quagmire / Quigley Quagmire
Allison Williams ... Kit Snicket
Peter MacNicol ... Ishmael
Morena Baccarin ... Beatrice
Usman Ally ... Hook-Handed Man
Matty Cardarople ... Henchperson of Indeterminate Gender
Angelina Capozzoli Angelina Capozzoli ... Beatrice Beaudelaire II
Darcey Johnson ... Trolleyman
Nakai Takawira ... Friday


The final chapter takes the orphans to a deserted island: a place of lost lives, old stories and new beginnings. It all ends here.

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1 January 2019 (USA) See more »

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Did You Know?


Both Malina Weissman and Morena Baccarin played characters based on Detective Comics Universe (DCU). Malina Weissman played young Kara Zor-El/Kara Danvers on SUPERGIRL. Morena Baccarin played Gideon on the CW'S THE FLASH and is best known to playing Dr. Leslie Thompkins on GOTHAM. See more »


Klaus Baudelaire: What's in the sugar bowl?... Sugar.
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The story of the Baudelaire orphans has finally come to an end
2 January 2019 | by Aktham_TashtushSee all my reviews

On January 13th 2017, the Journey of the Baudelaire orphans started with a caution ...

"Look away, look away ... This show will wreck your evening , your whole life, and your day ... Every single episode is nothing but dismay ... So, look away ... Look away, look away ... Just look away, ... There's nothing but horror and inconvenience on the way ... Ask any stable person, "Should I watch?" and they will say: ... Look away. ... "

And they didn't lie, but thank goodness we didn't listen and we looked instead, stared and glared .. followed each and every moment of the story not matter what type of tragedy they face.

"A daring life of impulsive passion leads only to tragedy".

Since day one , the show have proved to be not only a Netflix hit but a TV phenomena ,, with the passion presented by the writers and amazing work by the directors ,, the makeup , the visual effects, and the music ,, it all made us the viewers be more and more entangled into this web of unfortunate events .. what makes me agitated that in the TV business this show, over the last three years, has never been properly recognized !!! i mean even the Emmy nominations were for things like "Costumes" and "Outstanding Children's Program" ,,, Neil Patrick Harris performance alone should have collected 2 Emmy's ,, but again who knows how the business works... I mean "Jim Carrey" himself wasn't recognized for his amazing performance of the same role back 2004 .. so .!!!

The whole crew from Actors to Directors, Writers, to Composers "especially Jim Dooley", film editors , Production team , Costumes , a long list of Makeup department, visual and special effects, they all have made this project possible ,, An of course to Netflix for being "statistically" by a mile the best streaming service network ever.

As for the finale, it was as satisfying as ever,, ended the journey perfectly , and gave conclusion to literally each and every character in the show ... so, Farewell Baudelaires and everyone who tried to help them but failed and Farewell Count Olaf and all his henchpeople.😁😁

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