Netflix recently raised their prices, stating as their reason the high cost of producing original content, something many other streaming services don't do, and nobody does on the same scale as Netflix. This left subscribers annoyed at having to pay more money, but also hopeful that this would mean more good entertainment, considering Netflix seemed to be doubling down on their commitment to produce good stuff.

With their new show, Netflix is starting to deliver on this original content that is so expensive. The show, The UmbrellaAcademy, has released its first trailer today. The clip begins with some exposition: "in October 1989, 43 women around the world gave birth. None of these women had been pregnant when the day began." A moustached man who likes like a WWI pilot is the guy talking, and he adopted six of these kids, who turn out to have super powers. He founds what he calls the "Umbrella Academy" and raises them. The show's action begins in the present day, when their adoptive father dies and they're tasked with saving the world, which will apparently end in 8 days. As Netflix puts it, it's "the story of a super-dysfunctional family of superheroes who have eight days to get it together and save the world."