While fans may not know exactly when Netflix will drop Season 2 of The Umbrella Academy, a new post from showrunner Steve Blackman seemingly reveals the premiere's title.
The show's Instagram posted a picture of the script's cover, with the caption "we've seen the future." The image reveals the title is "Right Back Where We Started," written by showrunner Steve Blackman and directed by Sylvain White (Slender Man), a new director for the series.
While there's nothing more on display, the title and caption are both quite telling, as it clearly refers to where the heroes will pick up following the Season 1 finale. At the end of that episode, the Hargreeves took an unconscious Vanya (Ellen Page) through time as chunks of the moon fell to the Earth, causing the apocalypse.
Production on Season 2 will begin this summer, with Netflix having ordered 10 more episodes of the adaptation of Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba's comic of the same name. Ellen Page, Tom Hopper, David Castañeda, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Robert Sheehan, Aidan Gallagher and Justin Min are expected to reprise their roles, with Blackman back as showrunner and executive producer.
Season 1 of The Umbrella Academy is available now to stream on Netflix.