QB1 Season 4 Release Date: Is This Going To Renew This Year?
Last Updated Date:- 28/01/2022
Do you watch documentary films? Now you must be thinking that why am asking this so suddenly. Have you ever watched QB1: Beyond the lights? If not, don’t worry after reading my words you will watch. And wait for QB1 Season 4 like me.
About the Series: QB1 Season 4
In the year 2017, Peter Berg directed the documentary web television series QB1: Beyond the Lights. All the three-season revolve around three high school seniors’ quarterbacks. All three of them were from different backgrounds and they were about to play in the final season.
They were about to move to NCAA Division 1 college football, and before moving there they have to finish the final season. The series was started as go90 series, but later on, it was transferred to Netflix.
On 13th February 2017, the first season of QB1 was released on Netflix. The second season was released on 28th February 2018. And the third of the series was next year in 2019 on 16th August.
In the first season QB1 following cast were there:
- Tayvon Bowers who were representing Wake Forest Demon Deacons, was further shifted to the Gardner-Webb Runnin’ Bulldogs.
- Jake Fromm was representing Georgia Bulldogs.
- Tate Martell was representing Ohio State Buckeyes but was later on transferred to the Miami Hurricanes.
The season 2 cast were as follows:
- Justin Fields was the face of Georgia Bulldogs, but later on, was transferred to the Ohio State Buckeyes.
- Sam Hartman was the face of Wake Forest Demon Deacons.
- Re-al Mitchell was the face of Iowa State Cyclones, but later on, transferred to the Temple Owls.
The season 3 cast involves:
- Lance LeGendre took the responsibility to represent Maryland Terrapins but was shifted to the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns.
- Spencer Rattler took the responsibility to represent Oklahoma Sooners.
- Nik Scalzo took the responsibility to represent Kentucky Wildcats.
QB1 Season 4: Let us know more
According to looper reports claim that “QB1: Beyond the Lights” Season 4 is progressing, Netflix has yet to declare a release date. Fans may, however, make informed estimates based on the show’s prior season debuts as to when they could watch some of the nation’s most outstanding high school football athletes compete for a scholarship.
I know you all must be excited about season 4 of QB1: Beyond the Lights. The series was about to release in 2020 itself but due to Covid-19 Pandemic, the release was delayed.
And yes the series is rescheduled for some time but it is not canceled. It might come in some time. So wait for season 4 and go watch all the three-season only on Netflix.
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