After putting an end to 1963’s doomsday in Season 2, The Umbrella Academy‘s surviving members returned to the present, certain that they had avoided the original catastrophe and finally rectified this godforsaken reality. However, after a little celebration, they find that things aren’t precisely (or even quite) as they left them. The Umbrella Academy Season 3 introduces you to the Sparrow Academy.
The Sparrows and the Umbrellas immediately engage in a brutal brawl that turns out to be the least of everyone’s troubles. The Sparrows square battle against the Umbrellas in a violent showdown that turns out to be the least of everyone’s problems. After overcoming their own trials, losses, and shocks — as well as coping with an unexplained destructive monster spreading devastation in the cosmos (which they may have triggered) — they’ve finally arrived at their destination. ― all they have to do now is persuade Dad’s new, potentially better family to assist them in repairing the damage that their presence has created. Will they be able to resume their lives before the apocalypse? Is this new world prepared to reveal more than just a blip on the timeline?
Sir Reginald Hargreeves, an eccentric millionaire, assigned numbers to the seven outstanding youngsters he adopted, indicating their position within his superhero squad. Netflix is releasing Season 3 character posters throughout April, including the Umbrella Academy and their Sparrow Academy counterparts. Let’s begin by presenting the people in this rather awkward situation.
Viktor — Umbrella Academy
After Hargreeves employed medicine to limit Viktor‘s amazing ability to turn sound into strong bursts of energy, he was demoted to No. 7 in The Umbrella Academy. He’s found his real nature and his strength after almost destroying the planet twice.
Christopher — Sparrow Academy
Christopher is an unidentified telekinetic cube. He has the ability to make a room very chilly and instill paralyzing terror. He is the Sparrows’ go-to oracle, providing sound advice and serving as a family mediator. Christopher is a force to be reckoned with since he is trustworthy, loyal, and regarded like any other Sparrow brother.
Ben — Umbrella Academy
Ben was No. 6 in the original chronology of The Umbrella Academy, but he perished on a mission in 2006. Following his defeat, the superhero squad dissolved. Ben hounded Klaus for 17 years before sacrificing his spirit body to assist the Dallas timeline to avoid the catastrophe. The Umbrella Academy‘s alteration of the chronology has resulted in a drastically different Ben.
Jayme — Sparrow Academy
Jayme (Cazzie David) is a recluse who hides behind her hoodie. She isn’t compelled to say much, therefore she doesn’t have to. Jayme’s sneer is terrifying. If you see it, you’ll sprint across the street to prevent what’s about to happen. She spends much of her time with Alphonso, her lone buddy, and is as sharp as a knife.
Five — Umbrella Academy
Five, the lone member of the Umbrella Academy who still refers to themselves by their number, vanished shortly after the team’s initial public appearance. He had traveled to a post-apocalyptic future using his ability to control space-time, where he stayed stuck for decades until he was recruited as a Temps Commission assassin. He disregarded their commands and sought to avert the catastrophe, but the time travel was unstable, and he ended up in his adolescent form. That doesn’t stop him from drinking excessively and disparaging his siblings.
Sloane — Sparrow Academy
Sloane (Genesis Rodriguez) is a romantic and a dreamer who senses a greater cosmic calling that compels her to travel the world and live a life beyond her upbringing. Sloane is linked to the Sparrow Academy by her commitments to her family and her dread of leaving the family line. Sloane, on the other hand, has plans, and one day she might be courageous enough to carry them out.
Klaus — Umbrella Academy
Klaus has the ability to see and communicate with the dead, and he’s spent his life trying to ignore it by abusing drugs and alcohol, and financing his addiction by stealing from his father. Klaus’ talent is considerably more potent than he realized: he can literally generate ghosts to defend him or fight on his behalf, as proven last season.
Alphonso — Sparrow Academy
Years of battling crime have left Alphonso’s (Jake Epstein) face and body with a plethora of visible memories of his exploits. Alphonso makes up for it with a caustic, acerbic sense of comedy. A delicious pizza and a six-pack of beer are the only things he enjoys more than verbally bashing everyone who gets in his way.