Atypical is a coming of age television series created by Robia Rashid for Netflix. The story characterizes the life story of 18-year-old Sam Gardner suffering from autism spectrum disorder. The series has claimed its credit. In two years we have three seasons of series and hopefully fourth started. The first season was released in August 2017.
The series is firstly praised for its atypical approach and will to enter into the fantasy-driven web world. The first season received a positive response, though critics demanded more presence of autism characters as it doesn’t fake the reality. Makers took the criticism in a positive way and worked on it which gives us delight watch of more autism characters and writers in the show.
What Is Series About?
Sam Gardner an 18-year-old teen with autism, decides to start dating girls. He discusses his decision with his father who doesn’t glue up well with his son. Soon Doug, father of Sam discover that his son has a not viable and insane love interest, Julia, 26-year-old therapist of Sam. Then he decides to find a practice girlfriend and star practising dating nuances.
Elsa, mother of Sam who soon engages in an affair with some bartender. We also have one more important character, Sam’s young sister who is a splendid athlete and holds athletic scholarship which gives her the opportunity to study in a prestigious university at the cost of distancing her self from family.
Plot swirls around all these principle elements, and their strangled relationship and who they stand out for each other.
Season four is expected in near 2020, while the cast doesn’t seem to change with the change of season. We may see some new characters. Talking about plot no official announcement had been made still, as the story leads we may see Sam heading to attend university and his parents working out their relationship.