Netflix’s Atypical is a coming of age series that deals with the theme that is not put under the spotlight that frequently.
Atypical is a Netflix series where the protagonist Sam has got autism. This show sheds some light on the life of a to be adult, trying to make his mark on this world and fit in. We get to see Sam exploring the world, learning to become independent, with the help of his loving family, who have difficulties of their own. They all are trying to live in a world where surviving is the norm. This show is far too good not to have a fourth season.
Till now, the Official Committee of the series has not declared the exact releasing date yet. But if we go by the statistics, one can guess that the fourth season may reach the audience in late 2020.
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18-year-old Sam is now in the phase of initially dealing with the dating life, with his family as his sidekick. His family consists of his mother Elsa, father Doug, younger sister Cases. In the fourth season, we could see Elsa and Sam adjust to the new changes in their life. Sam has a hard time forgiving his mom Elsa for her affair with the bartender. His younger sister Casey just had her first kiss with her girlfriend, Lizzie in public.
The plot of the fourth season may mainly deal with the new couple’s journey to grow more together with Casey, hoping to go to a university in California. As Sam has reconciled with his best friend Zahid, with the two of them living under one roof. Sam might continue to make things work with Page and face the aftermath of failing his ethics class.