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Grown-Ish Season 4 Release Date, Cast Members and Updates

Grown Ish Season 4

The upcoming Grown-Ish season is set to release on Tuesday, September 17th, and will be the first season without Tristan. The show follows a group of friends who are trying to find themselves in adulthood but have not quite left their teenage selves behind. They deal with love, relationships, friendships, and more!

This season will focus heavily on college life for Dre (played by Trai Byers)and his girlfriend Zoey (played by Yara Shahidi). It has been speculated that this may be the last season due to the recent death of actor Tristan Wilds who played Michael Carter Jr., but it has yet to be confirmed.

What is “Grown-Ish” about?

Grown-Ish is a show about Dre, Zoey, and their friends as they navigate the grown-up world. They deal with love, relationships, friendships, and more!

This season will focus heavily on college life for Dre (played by Trai Byers)and his girlfriend Zoey (played by Yara Shahidi). It has been speculated that this may be the last season due to the recent death of actor Tristan Wilds who played Michael Carter Jr., but it has yet to be confirmed.

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Who will be in it? who will be out from the season?

We know that the cast will be returning for Season four, and they are:

Tristan Wilds as Michael Jr.

Yara Shahidi as Zoey Johnson-Carter

Kiersey Clemons as Shae Reese Carter

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Quincy Brown as Jamal Lewis II

Marcus Scribner III, Miles Brown; Marsai Martin

Issa Rae as Nicole Clark

Aubrey Anderson-Emmons as Lily Tucker-Carter

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Raven Symone as Raven Carter

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We don’t know if the following cast members will be in it: Chanel Iman, Kylie Bunbury, and others. We’ve been told they’re not confirmed yet. They may have been cut or not cast in the first place.

What is the plot of season 4?

We know that the plot will be following the new president and how it changes everyone’s life.

What are we expecting from Grown-ish Season four?

We’re expecting a lot of drama, some laughter, and tears from the show that we’ve grown to love over these last four years.

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The story will be following Nicole’s (Issa Rae) life as she tries to navigate her new role in life since becoming president, which may include interacting with people such as Kenan Thompson or Chanel Iman.

Premiere details:

The COVID-19 pandemic upended Grown-ish’s production schedule, as it did to many TV and movie productions. Season 3 premiered on Jan. 16, 2020, but only aired eight episodes before going on a long hiatus in March. The back half of season 3, or “Season 3B,” premiered on Jan. 21, 2021, and concluded on March 18.

As star Yara Shahidi told TV Line, some of the season 4 scripts were written and ready to go as of January 2021, but the show hadn’t gotten the “green light” to begin production. However, on February 16, Shahidi posted an Instagram video from the set with a caption that said, “Let’s go.”

Per Deadline, the third season’s production began on July 8, 2019, and ended in “late 2019.” That’s three to four months to produce 17 episodes, with about another month in between before the show even premiered. Following this timeline, we can hope to see the fourth season premiere sometime in June or July of 2021.

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Sypnosis:

The story of Grown-Ish is the unscripted, unfiltered, and uncompromising take on a family navigating the challenges of being grown but still having to act like adults. The series captures the honesty and humor that come from three connected households as they go through important life changes together in suburban Atlanta.

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This show follows the Coleman family, the parents being Daniel and Katie. They have three kids – Jaylen, who is 17 years old; Jalen, who is 15 years old; and Jordan, who is 14 years old. The show also follows the Joneses: Jenny (who’s 26) and her husband Cory (28). And lastly, there are the Smiths: Brittany (30) and her husband Jermaine (33).

Grown-Ish captures the real-life banter, heartache, laughter, and some of the most difficult moments that families face as they try to figure out how to be adults but still take care of their kids. It’s a show about family – our messy humanity with each other in an age where you’re supposed to have it all figured out.

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