The Umbrella Academy Season 3: Netflix Renews Superhero Series, Production Begins Early 2021

first_imgThe Umbrella Academy will return for season 3. Netflix has renewed the superhero series — based on the comic book series of the same name by former My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way and Brazilian illustrator Gabriel Bá — for a third season, over three months after the release of the second season. Production will begin on The Umbrella Academy season 3 in February 2021 in Toronto, Canada, where the first two seasons were also filmed. The Umbrella Academy season 3 will be made up of 10 hour-long episodes, as was the case with the first two seasons.Review: Umbrella Academy Season 2 Is a Better Second Try, but Not Enough- Advertisement – On Tuesday, the official Netflix and The Umbrella Academy accounts simultaneously tweeted the series’ season 3 renewal. Netflix wrote: “They’re not done yet! The Umbrella Academy Season 3 is officially happening!” while the show’s tweet said: “Oh my god! We’re back! Again! It’s official. Production for S3 of The Umbrella Academy begins in February.” An hour and a half later, The Umbrella Academy star Justin H. Min revealed season 3 would be filmed in Toronto.In addition to Min, returning stars on The Umbrella Academy season 3 include Ellen Page, Tom Hopper, David Castañeda, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Robert Sheehan, Aidan Gallagher, Ritu Arya, and Colm Feore. Behind the scenes, The Umbrella Academy creator Steve Blackman will continue as showrunner, and executive producer alongside director Jeff F. King, Mike Richardson, Keith Goldberg, and Jesse McKeown. Way and Bá are co-executive producers.[SPOILER ALERT FOR SEASON 2] On The Umbrella Academy season 3, the Hargreeves foster siblings will most likely need to deal with the fallout of their time-travelling actions. At the end of season 2, they discovered that their presence in the 1960s had created an altered present day, in which the Umbrella Academy was never established by their adoptive billionaire father. Instead, he created the Sparrow Academy, which is made up of different individuals except for Ben (Min) who’s alive in this timeline and is the leader of the Sparrow Academy as Number One.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more

15 Indiana colleges waiving application fees this week

first_imgStatewide—For the first time, Indiana high school students will have an entire week to take advantage of free applications for more than a dozen in-state colleges.Fifteen Indiana colleges will waive college application fees during College Application Week, which runs through Friday, September 27 according to the Indiana Commission for Higher Education. Eighteen other Indiana colleges offer free applications throughout the year.“We are encouraged to see more high schools and colleges participating than ever before,” Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education Teresa Lubbers said. “The value of higher education has never been greater and College Application Week provides students the ability to apply for free to some of Indiana’s colleges as they take that critical step toward their futures.”This is the first time the free application period has stretched to an entire week. Nearly 100 high schools throughout Indiana will host College Application Week events to help students manage the admissions process.Indiana High School seniors can apply to the following Hoosier colleges for free through Friday:Goshen CollegeHuntington UniversityIndiana State UniversityIndiana University EastIndiana University Fort WayneIndiana University KokomoIndiana University NorthwestIndiana University South BendIndiana University-Purdue University Columbus (IUPUC)Purdue University Fort WaynePurdue University NorthwestUniversity of Southern IndianaWabash CollegeStudents can apply to the following Hoosier colleges for free year-round:Anderson UniversityBethel CollegeDePauw UniversityFranklin CollegeEarlham CollegeGrace CollegeHanover CollegeIndiana TechIndiana Wesleyan UniversityIvy Tech Community CollegeManchester UniversityMarian UniversitySaint Mary’s CollegeTaylor UniversityTrine UniversityUniversity of EvansvilleUniversity of IndianapolisValparaiso Universitylast_img read more

NFL news and notes: Panthers’ Cam Newton addresses recovery from shoulder injury; Ryan Kalil unretires

first_imgBears QB Mitchell Trubisky entertained by MVP talkMitchell Trubisky probably won’t be the MVP, however, that hasn’t stopped some from speculating he might be in the conversation. Trubisky, who was the most popular MVP futures bet in early July, according to Caesar’s palace, told “It’s funny. All the people betting on me to win in Vegas, it’s just good odds. So, why not? If it happens, the payout is great. If not, you don’t lose that much.”One video you have to seeBrowns wide receiver Jarvis Landry makes a nice catch over his defender’s helmet in practice.Oh OK @God_Son80 👀#BrownsCamp— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) August 1, 2019Thursday tweet of the dayJJ Watt continues to show he’s a stand-up person.When you trade the shoes off your feet and the gloves off your hands for a service member’s military jacket.(P.S. The reaction is everything.)@JJWatt | #TexansCamp— Houston Texans (@HoustonTexans) August 1, 2019 Fantasy football 2019: Jets’ Le’Veon Bell tells owners to pick him first Ryan Kalil comes out of retirement, agrees to deal with Jets That and more in this edition of NFL news and notes.Three things that matterRyan Kalil ends retirement, signs with JetsThat didn’t last long. Ryan Kalil said he was retiring after 2018 but announced Thursday he was returning to the field and signing with the Jets. The center spent his first 12 seasons with the Panthers and made five Pro Bowls during his time with the team. He should provide a big boost to New York’s offensive line, which is tasked with protecting second-year quarterback Sam Darnold. Related News There was plenty of news coming out of NFL training camps Thursday.A Pro Bowl player surprisingly came out of retirement while a star quarterback addressed his recovery from a major shoulder injury. Melvin Gordon requested trade from Chargers amid holdout, report says Cam Newton’s recovery a ‘work in progress’Cam Newton struggled with a shoulder injury throughout most of 2018 and he underwent offseason surgery in January. Newton, who seems to be on track to start for the Panthers in Week 1 against the Rams, met with the media Thursday for the first time during training camp. Newton said his recovery continues to be a “work in progress” but he’s feeling “good.”Amari Cooper weighs in on Michael Thomas’ new contractAmari Cooper is entering the final year of his contract and he could be in line to receive a similar deal to the five-year, $100 million extension Michael Thomas signed with the Saints this week. Cooper was asked about Thomas’ new deal and replied (via The Athletic): “It was a big contract. Good for him. … I don’t know (if it will impact me). Hopefully.”He added: “I’m just not interested about the contract. For some reason it’s just not on my mind. I’m more interested in just playing football.”Two things that don’t matterJaguars’ Quincy Williams out with meniscus tearLinebacker Quincy Williams, the Jaguars’ third-round pick in 2019, tore the meniscus in his right knee and will miss four to six weeks. Williams, however, isn’t expected to miss much regular-season action and could be healthy Week 1 against the Chiefs.last_img read more