Dec 19, 2016 11:42 AM EST

'A Series Of Unfortunate Events' Latest News And Updates: Neil Patrick Harris To Play The Dreadful Count Olaf? Series Spoilers Revealed!

Neil Patrick Harris will again appear in the small screen but not in "How I Met Your Mother," as Netflix will be airing a new show titled "A Series of Unfortunate Events." It is reported as the new series will just be a lone season but it will consist of three seasons to be exact though it could add up depending on how the show is running and getting.

According to News Everyday, it is reported that Netflix will include "A Series of Unfortunate Events" in the first month of 2017. In the trailer released by the show it has a short glimpse of how the fourth book of "The Miserable Mill" is running wherein Violet Baudelaire's creativity is being emphasized.

The short trailer of "A Series of Unfortunate Events" also reveals how Count Olaf disguises in different forms and ways. According to a report from Collider, Neil Patrick Harris who play the character said that he tried to give recognition on how Lemony Snicket described the dreadful villain.

"He thinks he is that handsome and he thinks he is that charming of a man and gifted as an actor, and yet he is not. So i did not want to be overly charming, i wanted to be just as dreadful," the actor explained.

There are reports claiming that "A Series of Unfortunate Events" will make two episodes for every book there is. However Netflix, will divide the plot of the show into three seasons as suggested.

Netflix has yet to announce the exact number of episode in the first season of the show. But it is reported that the premiere date will be on Jan 13, 2017. With fans excited about the new show from the adaption of the hit novel series about the Baudelaire orphans and the sinister Count Olaf. For more details about the latest news and current updates stay tuned to Jobs & Hire.

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