Is the ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’ Movie on Netflix?

Review Ethan / 2023-04-19 17:19:52

Now that Netflix are bringing out their own Original series based on the Lemony Snicket books, you might want to watch the 2004 adaptation starring Jim Carrey while you eagerly wait for the first season to release very soon.

This link will take you to another article that will show you when the next season is released in your local time zone.

Brad Silberling directed the film and starred many big actors, including Jim Carrey as Count Olaf and Jude Law. The film reasonably stuck to the source material, which pleased some big fans of Lemony Snickets best-selling books. After three siblings are made orphans due to an unfortunate and devastating fire in their family mansion that kills both their parents, they are sent to a distant relative, ‘Count Olaf’ who maliciously tries to acquire the Baudelaire’s massive inheritance by using murder, arson, and many other cruel methods.

Depending on which country you live in, you may or may not be able to stream this movie from Netflix. Because the film was Distributed by Paramount Pictures, who is owned by Viacom (UK), this film is not available in the United States due to Viacom recalling all their content from America’s streaming services.

But if you’re not living in America have hope! The film can be streamed in these countries: United Kingdom. Ireland. New Zealand. Mexico. France. Netherlands. Germany

In Netflix terms, that is a lot of countries that are able to stream this movie. Netflix is clearly a huge fan of this franchise and they have their own version of it. Eight episodes will be made that focus on the 4 first books of Snicket. The Count will be played by Neil Patrick Harris.

Keep your eye out because we will be releasing many more articles following the release on January 13th, covering everything you will want to know about the new Netflix Original series.



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