The Umbrella Academy: Season 2 TV review - Aussieboyreviews


Striking better than the first season, The Umbrella Academy’s second season is splendidly fun, exciting and quirky. The actors are great and the shorter episodes are more engaging.


When the six siblings are scattered and build themselves new lives after they are blasted back in time to the 1960s, they are reunited with each other and must work together to prevent doomsday.

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TV details

Creator: Steve Blackman
Cast: Ellen Page, Tom Hopper, David Castañeda, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Robert Sheehan, Aidan Gallagher, Ritu Arya,  Kate Walsh
Release Date (Australia): 31 July 2020
Episodes: Right Back Where We Started / The Frankel Footage / The Swedish Job / The Majestic 12 / Valhalla / A Light Supper / Öga for Öga / The Seven Stages / 743 / The End of Something
Genre: Adventure, Action, Fantasy
Country: USA
Language: English, Swedish, Mandarin 

CONTENT GUIDE (warning: May contain spoilers)

Themes (M)

Themes include fantasy themes, threat and racism.

Violence (MA15+)

The series features scenes in which people are attacked with an axe, shot and stabbed, often accompanied by blood detail and blood sprays.

Coarse Language (M)

There is one use of the word “f**king” and uses of “s**t”, “ass”, “**shole”, “bitch”, “hell”, “damn”, “bastard” and “piss” throughout the series.

Drug Use (PG)

There are drug references to drug use and addiction throughout the series.

Sex (PG)

There are crude verbal references to sex throughout the series. There is also a scene in which a man and woman implicitly engage in sexual activity.

Aussie boy's thoughts

The Umbrella Academy’s entertaining third season is packed with so much quirk, humour and fun that makes it delightful to watch. The episodes are at least 10 minutes short, the beginnings of the episodes pick right back up on the previous episode’s cliffhanging ending, and since this season’s plot revolves around the characters being blasted back in time to the 1960s, the new ideas are just splendid fun. The actors in this series are perfect and it’s a really fascinating depiction of the 60s. Overall, it’s easy to say that Season 2 of The Umbrella Academy improves on the first season’s bland issues and fans will love returning to a true comic-adapted fiction series; lots of leisure, despite some bland moments.

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