MSN.COM
“FIVE FOR THE WIN…. Each season of The Umbrella Academy has featured some standout performances, but Aidan Gallagher — who portrays the teleporting “Five” Hargreeves — continues to cement his status as one of the show’s best assets across all three seasons. As a grizzled, cynical, 60-year-old assassin trapped in a 13-year-old child’s body, Gallagher never falters in his performance, which transcends precociousness and gets better — and more entertaining — with every season.” —Rick Marshall, 6/22/22

FORBES 
“Aiden Gallagher’s Five remains one of the best parts of the series (that’s not new).” —Jeff Ewing, 6/15/22

NETFLIX JUNKIE
“… fans’ favorite Number Five aka star Aidan Gallagher has personally invited viewers for the showdown.”—Shikha Arya, 6/6/22

PASTE MAGAZINE
“As for the core cast, Page and Gallagher are the MVPs of the season. Page brings the heart and shifts to the role of motivator in getting her family working together, while Gallagher continues to channel the old soul inside a kid’s body so well, with versatile comedic timing that works whether it’s meant to be intentionally funny or just capture his character’s frustration.” —Tara Bennett, 6/15/22

CHEATSHEET
“Aiden Gallagher and David Castañeda are this season’s standouts….Gallagher successfully manages to expertly portray the role of a middle-aged man in the body of a 13-year-old kid. Five’s exhaustion from his tasks and dysfunctional family radiates off the screen.” —Whitney Danhauer, 6/15/22

IGN
“Five (Aidan Gallagher), Diego (David Castañeda), and Klaus (Robert Sheehan) are given plenty of time to develop, too. Gallagher continues to deftly wear the exhaustion of an elderly time-traveler trapped in a teenager’s body…” —Editor, 6/15/22 

MSN.COM
Aidan Gallagher is the MVP as Five.” —Emily Baker, 6/16/22

BLACK GIRL NERDS
Standout performances come from Emmy Raver-Lampman, Robert Sheehan and Aidan Gallagher.” —Danielle Broadway, 6/17/22

FLICKERING MYTH
“The usual standouts among the cast are largely the same – namely Five (Aidan Gallagher) and Klaus (Robert Sheehan)…”—Shaun Munro, 6/20/22