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The Carnivorous Carnival: Part Two 

Still posing as conjoined carnival freaks, the Baudelaires brace themselves for a beastly fate. Will good fortune intervene...for once?


Loni Peristere


Daniel Handler (based on the books by) (as Lemony Snicket), Joe Tracz (teleplay by)




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Neil Patrick Harris ... Count Olaf
Patrick Warburton ... Lemony Snicket
Malina Weissman ... Violet Baudelaire
Louis Hynes ... Klaus Baudelaire
K. Todd Freeman ... Arthur Poe
Presley Smith ... Sunny Baudelaire
Lucy Punch ... Esmé Squalor
Robbie Amell ... Kevin
Sara Rue ... Olivia Caliban
Nathan Fillion ... Jacques Snicket
Patrick Breen ... Larry Your-Waiter
Usman Ally ... Hook-Handed Man
Matty Cardarople ... Henchperson of Indeterminate Gender
Kevin Cahoon ... Hugo
Bonnie Morgan ... Colette


Still posing as conjoined carnival freaks, the Baudelaires brace themselves for a beastly fate. Will good fortune intervene...for once?

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Release Date:

30 March 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Carnivorous Carnival: Part Two See more »

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.00 : 1
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Did You Know?


When Olaf gives his "interruption" announcement for the beginning of the sideshow, Sunny mumbles, saying (according to the subtitle): "Merde." This word, in this case, has a double meaning, as "merde" is a phrase many in show business use to wish each other good luck before giving a performance. It is also, however, a French swear word, the closest translation being "s***," something that might be said by someone who is interrupted by a villain while learning valuable information from an ally. See more »


Count Olaf: You're no fortune teller. You're that school librarian!
Olivia Caliban: I'm more than that. I'm a volunteer!
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Truly a Cliff Hanger
20 July 2018 | by sexystarwarsloverSee all my reviews

As someone who enjoyed the 2004 movie, I really went into this series with eagerness and excitement and I was pleasant surprised. Just finishing season 2 and my jaw dropped that I need season 3 now.

Neil Patrick Harris as Count Olaf, brings something else and new to the role and I love it. The acting troupe is hilarious and the supporting characters supporting the three children are all amazing and quirky. The three Baudelarie children are delightful and interesting and I hope to see more of them together.

The show is brilliantly written and takes the books to a new tale and I've not read the books so I am going into this excitement and eager for more

I need season 3 now

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