Here’s all you need to know About Atypical season 4
Atypical is a popular Netflix series that first premiered in August of 2017 and has been extremely popular due to its heartfelt comedy and rather pleasing storyline.
Created by Robin Rashid it follows the story of Sam, an 18-year old insecure teenager on the autism spectrum who tries hard to balance his life amidst the chaos of being a high schooler.
After giving it much thought Sam concludes that he is ready for a love story of his own. Thus with the help of his friends and family Sam begins to learn the basics of dating.
The series has released three seasons so far and as expected they have been very well received by the audience.
In the first two seasons, we see Sam trying to adapt to a more independent life while his family tries to make an effort to understand their son better which also inspires his mother to make some necessary changes in her life.
As we already know season three ended with Elsa and Dough reconciling after Elsa’s affair with a bartender along with Casey’s first-ever public kiss with Lizzie.
Thus it’s is highly anticipated that season 4 will witness the new couple working on their long-distance relationship as Casey will be moving to California for further education.
To our delight, Sam finally cleared things out with his best friend Zahid and in season four we will see these besties living together while Sam continues to navigate his relationship with Paige. Not to forget he is yet to face the consequence of failing his ethics class.
Who will be seen in the fourth season of Atypical
We are expecting to see similar faces in season 4 of Atypical. The cast includes Keir Gilchrist as Sam, Jennifer Jason Leigh as Sam’s mother Elsa, Brigette Lundy Paine as his younger sister Casey, and Mich Rapaport as Dough/ Sam’s father.
Atypical season 4 Release Date
Netflix is yet to confirm a release date for the fourth season but we believe that following the pattern of the past three seasons, it will not premiere before late 2020.