Atypical is a coming-of television series by Robia Rashid for Netflix. It’s plot revolves around the life of 18- year old Sam Gardner portrayed Keir Gilchrist, having autism spectrum disorder as he navigates the dating world. The first season had a set of eight episodes and it was released on August 11, 2017. It was positively reviewed and the show was nominated for two awards. The show was excellently reviewed and has consisted of a large audience. Now this blend of psychology and entertainment has been renewed for the fourth season. The third installment to this series was released recently in November last year. A ten-episode season 2 was released on 7 September 2018. All seasons featured actors and writers simultaneously with autism and was praised publicly.
When will it be released? :-
Season four of the show is expected to release in 2020 itself in later months. The following will be the star cast of the show as expected; whereas all the regulars are expected to be back.
- KEIR GILCHRIST AS STUDENT SAM
- JENNIFER JASON LEIGH AS SAM’S MOTHER ELSA
- BRIGETTE LUNDY-PAINE AS SAM’S YOUNGER SISTER CASEY
- MICHAEL RAPAPORT AS SAM’S DAD
What will happen in the New season? :-
In season three, Sam’s mother Elsa and his father, Doug checked upon as Elsa was having an affair with a bartender. Her younger sister also shared her first public kiss. Season four of the show would revolve around Sam after finally patched with best friend Zahid and the consequences of failing in his ethics class and continue his relationship with Paige. The new season will see all new couples maintaining their relationship with their partners. Sam’s sister will join in University in California in the upcoming season. This increases the anticipation of the fans of this show.
Is The Trailer Out? :-
Unfortunately, The trailer for season 4 “Atypical” has not yet released. Previous seasons are available to watch on Netflix now.
Fans can only hope that the new season is more or just as loved as the previous ones. This unique blend of concepts deserves all the praise as it aims to break one of society’s main taboos around this mental disorder.