Atypical Season 4 will be available tomorrow on Netflix.
Fans of the Netflix series Atypical no longer have to wait for a long time. After a significant delay to its release, the fourth and final season will finally be available tomorrow. While it is certainly the final season, fans are still wondering why the show is ending.
The announcement of the final season came last February of 2020. The fanbase for Atypical was certainly dismayed, as it would be concluding the series with the fourth season. What’s more, Atypical has garnered Peabody nominations throughout with its impressive cast and story, so many are skeptical about why it can only last for four seasons.
Atypical is Not Just A Show
Atypical has been dubbed to be funny, moving, and quite painful at times. It became a touchstone for change as the topic of autism has become prominent in the entertainment industry. Its creator, Robia Rashid, carefully planned such a landscape.
The creator said that she hopes that Atypical will be remembered as a show that is funny yet touching as it talks about something that people can love as well as relate to. Moreover, she stated that she likewise hopes that the show can normalize further the casting as well as the representation in media of people with disabilities. She wants it to be remembered as a show that has made people feel heard and as a reminder that comedy is something that can be used as a tool to bring forth change.
Rashid further hinted that despite the hard year brought by the pandemic, the fourth season of Atypical will certainly be uplifting for the viewers.
Robia Rashid hinted that despite a hard year, Atypical season 4 would be uplifting.
A Cure For the Pandemic
Netflix’s announcement of the cancellation of Atypical with a final season was made due to the coronavirus pandemic. In retrospect, the creator explained that the very difficulty has made it even more imperative that a final season be created with inspiration.
In an interview, Rashid said, that this year has been hard and brutal, but Atypical is something that is filled with love and hope. It tackles people who dream big alongside each other. Furthermore, she said that she hopes that the final season will give a warm hug to everyone who has had a rough year.
Due to the suffering of the world at large by the massive blow during the pandemic, the creator felt that it is especially important that such elements that society has experienced, like the fear of the unknown, grief, loss, and the coming together, should be involved in the experiences of Sam in the show.
According to Rashid, since all of us have been scared and in mourning during this pandemic, they decided to write a big joyous story above overcoming one’s fear. The creators of Atypical wrote about the loss and the grieve, which are all knitted together involving the themes of adventure as well as the community.
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