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The Full Trailer For "A Series Of Unfortunate Events" Is Finally Here

And It's Very Freakin' Delightful.

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The full-length trailer for Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events is here, and it's everything fans could want and so much more.

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It begins with a view of the beautiful Baudelaire Mansion...

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...before it was destroyed by a horrible fire.

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We get a proper glimpse of the absentminded Mr. Poe, who delivered some not-so-great news to the Baudelaire children.

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Bad news aside, we were blessed with a great shot of the youngest Baudelaire child, Sunny.

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There's no shortage of Neil Patrick Harris as Count Olaf — ya know, the man who is attempting to steal the orphans' fortune.

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They're forced to clean his massive yet untidy home.

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All while grappling with the mysterious loss of their parents.

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Several of Count Olaf's henchmen, aka the members of his theater troupe, make appearances.

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Terrifying.

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Violet gets the chance to show off one of her clever inventions.

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And the show will be packed with stellar actors — like Joan Cusack, who will be playing Justice Strauss...

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...Alfre Woodard, who will be playing Aunt Josephine...

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...and Catherine O'Hara as Dr. Georgina Orwell.

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Of course, we'd be remiss if we didn't mention some of Count Olaf's brilliant disguises, such as Stephano from The Reptile Room and Shirley from The Miserable Mill.

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A Series of Unfortunate Events will debut on Netflix in January 2017.

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