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'The Umbrella Academy' Season 3 Trailer Sees the Clash of the Hargreeves and Sparrow Academy

Watch a trailer for 'The Umbrella Academy' ahead of its June premiere on Netflix.
by Danielle Turchiano — 
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'The Umbrella Academy' Season 3

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When The Umbrella Academy returns for its third season on Netflix, our heroes will have to figure out how to reset their timeline — or at least, come to accept their losses. And now, we have the first look at what they will embark on to do so in a trailer for the season, which you can watch below.

The Umbrella Academy, which has a 63 Metascore thus far, ended its second season with its characters successfully stopping the apocalypse in 1963 and coming back to their present day. But when they did, they found themselves in the Sparrow Academy, with another group of kids with powers (and Ben, played by Justin H. Min). Those kids were not so welcoming, and from the looks of things, they won't warm up anytime soon.

In addition, by messing with time travel, they caused a paradox, which is destroying the world. So maybe they didn't stop the apocalypse after all?

While experiencing new loss (and potentially running into their other self (because in this world, they were all still born, just not adopted by the same man), they have to convince the Sparrows to help them fix what their arrival made wrong.

"Essentially, we're screwed," Number Five (Aidan Gallagher) says.

The Umbrella Academy Season 3 premieres on June 22. It also stars Elliot Page, Tom Hopper, David Castañeda, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Robert Sheehan, Min, Colm Feore, Ritu Arya, Justin Cornwell, Britne Oldford, Jake Epstein, Genesis Rodriguez, Cazzie David, Javon "Wanna" Walton, and Jordan Claire Robbins. Hailing from creator Steve Blackman, who also serves as showrunner, the show is also executive produced by Jeff F. King, Mike Richardson, Keith Goldberg, and Jeremy Webb, with Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá, who wrote and designed the art, respectively, for the graphic novel on which the show is based, serving as co-executive producers. Steve Wakefield is producer. King also directs. The Umbrella Academy is produced by UCP for Netflix.