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Atypical Season Confirmed, Will be the Show’s Last

Netflix’s Comedy-Drama is set to return for a fourth season, contrary to rumors of the show being canceled after season 3, which sent fans into a panicked frenzy.

The show follows Sam, an autistic teenager, as he struggles to find love whilst his family tackles its own set of problems. Season 3 was the show’s most well-received season to date, and fans are hoping for another great season.

Read on to find out what we know about Atypical season 4 so far.

Atypical Season 4 Release Date

Had the pandemic not interfered, the show would have seen a 2020 release date. Such is not the case, however, and we think it is safe to assume that season four of Atypical, which also happens to be the last season planned for the franchise, will release sometime in late 2021.

As for now, no exact date has been finalized, and not even a trailer has been released.

Season 4 Plot

Season 3 of Atypical ended with Doug and Elsa reconciling after Elsa had briefly started dating a bartender. Casey has her first public kiss with her new girlfriend, Lizzie. The new season will probably see the couples develop their relationships, seeing as Casey wants to get into the University of California.

Meanwhile, Sam has set things right with his best friend Zahid, and the two will now be staying together as Sam explores his relationship with Paige while also facing the drawbacks of failing his ethics class.

Atypical Season 4 Cast

The full cast of Atypical season 4 has not been shared by Netflix yet, but we have a pretty decent idea as to who all will feature in the final season:

  • Kier Gilchrist as Sam
  • Jennifer Jason Leigh as Elsa
  • Brigette Lundy-Paine as Casey
  • Michael Rapaport as Doug
  • Amy Okuda as Julia 
  • Nik Dodani as Zahid
  • Jenna Boyd as Paige Hardaway
  • Graham Rodgers as Evan Chapin
  • Fivel Stewart as Izzie 

That’s all for now. Stay tuned for updates.