“I’m thrilled to renew my connection to Amazon Studios. They’ve done amazing work wherever they’ve turned their attention, they did a perfect job with Manchester by the Sea, and it’s a pleasure to be in business with them again,” said Lonergan.
Byungjae Yoo shot TMI in 2017 with YG Entertainment in Seoul, Korea. Short clips of the show have since gone viral, exceeding 10 million views online, and it also became one of the most searched pieces of content in Korea’s top internet portals.
Originally screened as 7 minute episodes, the new run will be extended to 30 minutes, allowing audiences to enjoy even more from the past partners discussing and digesting where it all went wrong.
The ten-part second season of A Series of Unfortunate Events launches globally Friday, March 30 on Netflix and the streaming service has released this great trailer revealing what’s in store.