Atypical perfectly portrays the struggle of blending with the society, the prejudice, and the insecurities teenagers go through. And how hard is it to express themselves and aren’t sure that they are up for it. Asking a girl out, low self-esteem, and society constantly shaming for being different. And criticizing for not being the same as everyone. It also showcases the everyday issues people with autism go through and recovering from that. Granted the first season didn’t appeal to the audience that well. But with the sequels, it got better. And fans are asking if there will be a season 4 of Atypical & Sam Gardners final journey with his autism. Read on more to know about the final season of Atypical.
With the renewal of the Atypical season, 4 fans have another reason for being happy. About Sam’s journey of dealing with his autism and issues. The creators have not confirmed the release date which is a bit saddening for the fans. And the pandemic which is another reason for show not releasing on time. The closer we can see the show premiered is most likely in 2021.
No official casting announcement is made by the creators of Atypical. But it is expected that we’ll get to see the main cast who will be returning in their lead roles. For example Keil Gilchrist, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Brigette Lundy Payne, Amy Okuda, and Michael Rapport. Along with Graham Rodgers, Jenna Boyd, Nik Dodani, and many more in the upcoming season of Atypical.
The final season will play a bigger part in Sam and Casey’s character development and how far they have come. And being the final season will be bringing major impact on the storyline and Sam’s fight with his inner demons. In season 3 we saw Sam finally enrolled himself in college with his roommate Zahid. And coexisting with his new lifestyle in college all the while dealing with his autism. And Casey following her dreams to get in a UCLA.