Netflix announces its decision on the series
“The Umbrella Academy” has been renewed by Netflix for a fourth season, which will be the final season of the series. Steve Blackman, series creator, executive producer, and showrunner, said, “I’m thrilled that the incredibly loyal fans of ‘The Umbrella Academy’ will be able to enjoy the proper end to the Hargreeves brothers’ journey that we began five years ago. But before we get to that conclusion, we’ve got the final fanfare ahead for season four. We have a great story that will put you in the seat for minutes.” said.
Netflix also featured Blackman and his new creation. Irish Cowboy It also announced its general agreement with the production company, which includes plans to partner in a number of new projects. Projects are currently in development, including the PlayStation game “Horizon Zero Dawn” and a series adaptation of the original “Orbital” series. Abbey Morris was also one of the heads of the project.
Netflix did not comment on the number of episodes in the fourth season, but multiple sources say the final season will be shorter than the 10-episode seasons. The third season of “The Umbrella Academy” premiered on Netflix in June, the second season aired in 2020 and the first season in 2019. The show is based on the comics of the same name written by Gerard Way and illustrated by Gabriel Bá. It follows a family of adopted siblings with superpowers who find themselves trying to stop the end of the world.
Starring Elliot Page, Tom Hopper, David Castañeda, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Robert Sheehan, Aidan Gallagher, Justin H. Min, Ritu Arya and Colm Feore will return for a fourth season with additional cast to be announced later. Jesse McKeown is set to serve as executive producer and co-showrunner. Mike Richardson, Keith Goldberg, Scott Stuber and Beau Bauman also executive produce the series, with Way and Bá co-executive producing.