Misfits is coming to Netflix in September
13 August 2020, 13:24 | Updated: 13 August 2020, 14:48
All five seasons of Misfits will be coming to Netflix in September.
It's a good day for the Robert Sheehan hive. After bowling us over in The Umbrella Academy playing Klaus Hargreeves, Netflix has decided to bless us with more Robert Sheehan content by adding Misfits to the platform.
In case you don't know, the British comedy-drama, which originally aired on E4 in 2009, is all about a group of young offenders sentenced to doing community service. But, after a huge storm, they all get supernatural powers.
Robert played Nathan Young, a reckless, quick-witted guy with the power of immortality and a thirst for partying. Sound familiar? Robert played Nathan for two seasons before being replaced by Joseph Gilgun (Rudy Wade).
Netflix announced the news on Twitter, writing: "ROBERT SHEEHAN NEWS: If S2 of The Umbrella Academy didn’t scratch your itch, *all five* seasons of Misfits will be coming to @NetflixUK on 15 September."
So there you have it, all FIVE seasons of Misfits are coming to Netflix next month. There's no news on if it will come to Netflix US anytime soon, but back in 2016 a US version of the show was in the works.
ROBERT SHEEHAN NEWS: If S2 of The Umbrella Academy didn’t scratch your itch, *all five* seasons of Misfits will be coming to @NetflixUK on 15 September.— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) August 13, 2020
In the meantime, you can get your Robert Sheehan fix by watching The Umbrella Academy Season 2.