Netflix has a habit of renewing popular shows past the books they’re based on, but don’t expect that Unfortunate Event to befall Count Olaf. Star Neil Patrick Harris confirms that the Lemony Snicket adaptation will officially end after a third season finishes the books.
There wasn’t much surprise to be had with Netflix renewing its Series of Unfortunate Events for Season 2, given that author Daniel Handler had already been preparing as much. That said, even more misery is in store with a confirmed third season, likely to be adaptation’s last.
Even as early set photos of Netflix’s Series of Unfortunate Events gave a quick look at Neil Patrick Harris’ Count Olaf, the dastardly villain was nowhere to be seen in the first teaser. No longer, as a new trailer and photos reveal the latest Lemony Snicket interpretation in all its frightful glory!
FX and Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story may reinvent itself each year, but did you know that each season shares at least some major connection? Or that major alum from The Walking Dead and Nine Inch Nails have worked behind the scenes? Lock your doors, and hide under the bed, the 26th episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?’ visits the Murder House for some frightful facts of FX’s American Horror Story!
If 'Gone Girl' hadn't made it official already, Neil Patrick Harris remains every bit a star of the silver screen as on TV and stage. And so, the 2015 Oscars have followed suit in recruiting the acclaimed personality to host the Academy Awards on ABC this coming February.
When there’s big news in the world, the celebs who do the tweeting take to Twitter and do what they do best. Today, the Supreme Court issued a pair of rulings in favor of gay marriage -- and afterwards, most of the stars were super excited.
We once wished Tina Fey and Amy Poehler could host everything ever, but Neil Patrick Harris would be a close second. And with him, we might just get our wish.
Only a few weeks after we learned he'd have a fourth stint hosting the Tonys, we've learned NPH will also helm the 2013 Emmys.
If you watched the Tonys then you know "Once" was the big winner of the night! It was a night of music, celebrities, and laughs.
Neil Patrick Harris won the audience with his musical monologue "What If Life Were More Like Theatre", which commented on the benefits of back-up dancers, weather on cue, and how great it would be if we had intermissions in real life. If you missed i