An 18-year old autistic student sets out to make a change in his life for the better when he wants to make love to a girl, ultimately setting the stage for the show, which also involves his beloved family and friends.
Netflix's Atypical series, created by Robia Rashid, who previously worked on ‘Will & Grace’, ‘The Goldbergs’ and ‘How I Met Your Mother’, is one of the more underrated and very popular comedy series that has recently aired its third season on November 1st, 2019.
Atypical is the kind of series that not many people had expected to become as big as it is today. In fact, the first season, in spite of receiving mostly positive reviews, was criticized for the lack of using genuine autistic actors as well as the depiction of autism itself. This changed however with season 2, which was received resoundingly as it featured both actors and writers who are legitimately on the autism spectrum. This development carried on over to the third season, which was met with nothing but critically positive reviews.
Now that the show has been garnering such incredible reviews with a growing fan base even to this day, Atypical marks are currently anticipating the arrival of the fourth season. Fortunately, we've gathered the latest and foolproof news and rumors on the 4th season and when it's expected to drop on the global streaming platform.
The show centers around an 18-year-old American High School student named Sam Gardner (Keir Gilchrist), who's on the autism spectrum, and wishes to start a relationship with a girl. This serves as the show's main plot device and gets the rest of the characters, mainly Sam's family in on all of this. Sam's mother is Elsa Gardner (Jennifer Jason Leigh), his father Doug Gardner (Michael Rapaport) and his younger sister Casey Gardner (Brigette Lundy-Paine).
No, there is no official confirmation from Netflix itself as to when season 4 of Atypical is going to drop. However, if we were to go by the release date patterns of the previous seasons, it's not really hard to figure it out.
● Season 1 - August 11th, 2017
● Season 2 - September 7th, 2018
● Season 3 - November 1st, 2019
If we were to put two and two together from this pattern, it is possible that we can expect the 4th season of atypical to drop sometime either at the end of 2020 or early 2021, give or take.
The third season witnessed Doug and Elsa's reunions with a bartender right after Elsa's breaking up as well as Casey's first-ever open kiss with her girlfriend Izzie. It's also where Sam decides to leave his family home and head over to live with his best friend Zahid, but not before patching things up with the latter.
The fourth season, which we hope is on its way, will focus on how the kids will address their personal and professional woes. We'll also see how Casey's plans to going to a university in California going to pan out and see where the new relationships forged from Season 3 are going to go next. And let's not forget Sam working out his relationship with Paige along with dealing with the consequences of his actions by leaving home.
Sadly, since there hasn't been any confirmation about the fourth season, there isn't even a teaser, much less a trailer to share with you guys. But don't worry, we'll be sure to update our page once we have something.
In the meantime, here’s the trailer for Season 3 so you can relive some of the awesome moments that transpired there.