Umbrella Academy Geeked Week clips feature new characters and a spooky hotel

The Umbrella Academy returns to Netflix later this month. During Netflix’s Geeked Week, the cast sat down and discussed the new season – and also revealed two clips introducing new characters and a new setting.

In this upcoming season of The Umbrella Academy, the Hargreeves siblings return to 2019 – only to find themselves in an alternate version of the year. As it turned out, when they went back in time to 1967 and found Reginald Hargreeves, he was trying his best Not to adopt her and choose a new set of siblings instead. Now it’s Hargreeves siblings against Hargreeves siblings – that is, until a bigger threat forces them to maybe try getting along.

In the first clip, the Hargreeves siblings arrive at Hotel Obsidian – a major plot point in the graphic novels – while Klaus waxes poetic about the hotel’s heyday. The second, meanwhile, shows the Sparrows – and their super synchronized training routine – as they assess the newcomers. It’s quite funny to see a new group talk about the characters we’ve known for two seasons, and it’s especially funny when one of them is a sentient cube.

Tom Hopper, David Castañeda, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Robert Sheehan, Aidan Gallagher and Elliot Page return with Justin Cornwell (Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey), Britne Oldford (Hunter), Jake Epstein (suits), Genesis Rodriguez (big hero 6) and Cazzie David as new siblings. Justin H. Min also returns as Ben – the meek (and also dead) sibling in the original timeline; In this he is cocky and self-confident.

Season 3 of The Umbrella Academy comes to Netflix on June 22nd. Umbrella Academy Geeked Week clips feature new characters and a spooky hotel

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