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The Umbrella Academy season 4 latest updates (January 2023)

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A few Netflix shows will come to an end with their upcoming seasons. The Umbrella Academy is certainly one of them.

The Umbrella Academy season 4 was not on the list of new releases in January 2023.

When is The Umbrella Academy season 4 coming to Netflix?

Fans will have to wait a while. In fact, we likely won’t get to see the season in 2023 at all. Filming is not going to begin until February 2023.

The report was from Production Weekly, which gives the code name “Kodiak.” It’s quite common that big shows will be given code names.

Take, for example- The Handmaid’s Tale and its code name, “Ruby Road.”

The fourth season of The Umbrella Academy is only going to be six episodes long. This means that filming can be completed by the summer. However, it’s still unlikely that we’ll get to see the season arrive before the end of the year. This kind of show has a huge post-production process. It involves so many graphics to be taken care of. Although the Umbrellas may not have their powers just yet, they will probably get them back before the end of the series.

We will get to know a little more once filming gets started. The filming takes place in and around Toronto, Canada, and the show generally keeps us updated through social media. All you need to do is do the captions carefully because the creative team likes to have some fun with their audience.

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