It seems like there is some bad news, after all, Netflix show Atypical is finally coming to an end. The streaming service is going to renew the half-hour series for a fourth and final season on Monday.
Atypical Is All Packed With A Brand New Season Four.
The new season is all set to feature 10 episodes and will premiere in 2021. The third season released back in November. Along with the second and first seasons dropping in 2018 and 2017 respectively.
Series creator creator Robia Rashad expressed her thrill to work on the fourth season of the show. She is thankful to Netflix for allowing her to tell the beautiful story for so many years. She also thanked fans for their constant support and love for the show. The show had a successful four season run and the show has quite a massive fan base. No doubt that Netflix believed in the show for so long giving it four long seasons.
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) February 24, 2020
What Will Be The Finale Season All About? Here’s What We Know.
The show Atypical is written executive and produced by Rashid with Mary Rohlich and Seth Gordon is also executive producing the show. The show is a quirky coming of age comedy revolving around an autistic teenage boy Sam who’s looking for love and Independence outside his overprotective family.
Sam is not the only teenage boy who is in trouble, his family can also have some personal issues that are overbearing at times. His best friend has also subjected to relationship problems. So, it is indeed a comedy but still explored into people’s lives, hopes, and relationship issues. So, this final season will give us a sense of closure with everyone hoping to find their own happy ending.