Episode 01: The Bad Beginning: Part OneEpisode 02: The Bad Beginning: Part TwoEpisode 03: The Reptile Room: Part OneEpisode 04: The Reptile Room: Part TwoEpisode 05: The Wide Window: Part OneEpisode 06: The Wide Window: Part TwoEpisode 07: The Miserable Mill: Part OneEpisode 08: The Miserable Mill: Part TwoA Series of Unfortunate Events S01E01Available from: 13-01-2017A Series of Unfortunate Events S01E02Available from: 13-01-2017A Series of Unfortunate Events S01E03Available from: 13-01-2017A Series of Unfortunate Events S01E04Available from: 13-01-2017A Series of Unfortunate Events S01E05Available from: 13-01-2017A Series of Unfortunate Events S01E06Available from: 13-01-2017A Series of Unfortunate Events S01E07Available from: 13-01-2017A Series of Unfortunate Events S01E08Available from: 13-01-2017
A Series of Unfortunate Events - Season 1When a mysterious fire destroys their home and kills their parents, the Baudelaire orphans search for their families secrets and get them and their fortune away from the terrible grasp of the sinister Count Olaf as he moves with them between different guardians in disguise.Keywords:
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Critic Reviews of "A Series of Unfortunate Events - Season 1"NewsdayJanuary 11, 2017
A little too Lemony, but genial, well-produced and presumably faithful to the Lemony Snicket vision.RogerEbert.comJanuary 10, 2017
It's never as clever as it wants to be, and the dark, dry sense of humor never shines because it relies on Handler's dialogue instead of sharp line-reading or editing to make its point.indieWireJanuary 05, 2017
Just as the blunt-in-message and beautiful-to-behold production design works in the series' favor by leaning into its allusions, A Series of Unfortunate Events proves as inspirational and endearing as it claims to be forlorn and heartbreaking.New York ObserverJanuary 17, 2017
Although the Baudelaire children are not villains, in its own way, this show has some similarities to that film, handling the mix between pure genre and down-to-earth coming of age story with incredible adeptness.St. Louis Post-DispatchJanuary 13, 2017
Lemony Snicket is dark and funny, campy and whimsical, based on the book series about the three Baudelaire orphans, trying to elude greedy and/or oblivious relatives until they can inherit their fortune.Daily Telegraph (UK)January 13, 2017
It is a world without magic, where all adults are either patronising bureaucrats or deranged arsonists. The few kind-hearted exceptions invariably end up dead. In other words, it's an utter delight.Daily StarDecember 29, 2017
A Netflix binge will make you happy but believe us when we say there are no happy endings here.CutPrintFilmDecember 28, 2017
The only consistently enjoyable thing about A Series of Unfortunate Events is Patrick Warburton playing narrator Lemony Snicket.Capital Times (Madison, WI)December 27, 2017
I was a little leery of [Patrick] Warburton in the role, but he's pitch-perfect, dialing down his usual bluster just enough.DeciderDecember 19, 2017
A Series of Unfortunate Events is perversely joyous.
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