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      Season 4 – Atypical

      2021 Comedy TRAILER for Atypical: Season 4 Trailer List
      100% 5 Reviews Tomatometer 83% 100+ Ratings Audience Score This heartfelt comedy follows Sam, a teenager on the autism spectrum, who has decided he is ready for romance. In order to start dating -- and hopefully find love -- Sam will need to be more independent, which also sends his mother (Jennifer Jason Leigh) on her own life-changing path. She and the rest of Sam's family, including a scrappy sister and a father seeking a better understanding of his son, must adjust to change and explore what it means to be "normal." The series is created and written by Robia Rashid and Academy Award-winning producer Seth Gordon. Read More Read Less

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Jul 9, 2021 Magical Bird #1 Sam's living situation with Zahid gets off to a rocky start; Elsa struggles with her son's departure; Casey weighs telling Doug about Izzie. Details Episode 2 Aired Jul 9, 2021 Master of Penguins Casey's demanding schedule starts affecting her grades; Sam seeks out some extra credit; a chance run-in revives old suspicions for Elsa. Details Episode 3 Aired Jul 9, 2021 You Say You Want a Revolution A change at work leaves Sam scrambling for cash; Izzie fights the schools dress code, leaving Casey conflicted; Paige discovers a knack for management. Details Episode 4 Aired Jul 9, 2021 Starters and Endings Casey and Izzie face fallout from the protest; Paige tries to prove her mettle to Casey through strange tasks; Doug avoids dealing with a painful loss. Details Episode 5 Aired Jul 9, 2021 Dead Dreams Sam gets ready for an adventure, Elsa tries to stop him; Casey gets a close look at Izzies tense home life. Details Episode 6 Aired Jul 9, 2021 Are You in Fair Health? Sam seeks a worthy caretaker for Edison; Casey tries to be supportive of Izzie; Zahid shares tough news with Sam. Details Episode 7 Aired Jul 9, 2021 Channel the Cat Elsa makes a meaningful reconnection; Paige plans a romantic night with Sam; pressure mounts on Casey ahead of a track meet. Details Episode 8 Aired Jul 9, 2021 Magical Bird #2 Casey reaches a crossroad, questioning her choices; Casey helps Sam get over his own hurdle. Details Episode 9 Aired Jul 9, 2021 Player's Ball Casey and Sam fume about their parents meddling in their lives; Zahid hosts a send-off party. Details Episode 10 Aired Jul 9, 2021 Dessert at Olive Garden Sam deals with a disappointment; Casey clashes with Elsa over college plans; a dream annoys Doug. Details Next
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      Previous Rebecca Nicholson Guardian Atypical is winding down, having run its course and said what it needed to say. But it is a beautiful show, celebrating difference, adaptability and an open-hearted approach to life. 4/5 Jul 9, 2021 Full Review Nicolas Soto But Why Tho? A Geek Community Atypical season 4 proves to be a good conclusion to the series but could have found ways to make it more impactful. However, this is a series that many fans, including myself, will surely go back and watch some time in the future. 8.5/10 Jan 21, 2023 Full Review Alci Rengifo Entertainment Voice Despite the autopilot mode, Atypical ends on some touching notes, which might work better when we go back and revisit the whole story. Jul 13, 2021 Full Review Ashley Bissette Sumerel Tell-Tale TV The final season of Atypical takes a big swing, ending in a way that's both heartfelt and satisfying for the viewer. 4/5 Jul 10, 2021 Full Review Daniel Hart Ready Steady Cut It's certainly not a rushed story to close up shop. The writing is patient up to the last second. 4/5 Jul 9, 2021 Full Review Next
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      Previous Wolfgang G Atypical ist eine Fernsehserie, die von Robia Rashid entwickelt wurde… In der Phase des Erwachsenwerdens sammelt der 18-jährige Autist Sam Erfahrungen in verschiedenen Lebensbereichen… Ich meine, Ein Thema wie Autismus soll grundsätzlich mit Feingefühl behandelt werden, und nicht stereotypisch werden… So entwickelt sich die Geschichte zu einer wundervollen Dynamik unter dem Geschwister, den Eltern und den Freunden/innen von Sam (gespielt von Keir Gilchrist)... Keir Gilchrist, ist überzeugend und nachdenklich zugleich, um Sam nicht wie ein Stereotyp erscheinen zu lassen, selbst in den rührseligen oder vorhersehbaren Szenen lässt er Sam als einen eigenständigen und denkenden Menschen erscheinen… Die Serie lässt uns einen Einblick gewähren, was es heißt, mit Autismus-Spektrum-Störungen zu leben… Ja, ich weiß von was ich rede, denn ich gehöre auch zum Autismus-Spektrum… Ich kann nur sagen, DANKE Keir Gilchrist für deine exzellente einfühlsame schauspielerische Leistung… Für mich ist Keir Gilchrist ein talentierter, kreativer Schauspieler... und Death-Metal- und Grindcore-Bands Sänger Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/11/24 Full Review Master e A história é bem fofinha. Valeu acompanhar todas as temporadas dessa franquia. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 09/29/23 Full Review Jeremi A. T Full of heart comedy and understanding this show is what tv should be it is an escape while helping to remind us not only how to treat people with autism and other spectrum disorders but how we should be understanding and empathetic to each other in general outstanding and two thumbs up Rated 5 out of 5 stars 08/25/23 Full Review Robby G Weak writing, over the top stereotypes, ridiculous plot line, and poor comedy timing. Rated 1 out of 5 stars 04/18/23 Full Review Samuel D Everything is good in this show. The best part of the show is the way they make the viewers feel along with the characters. Incredible (or 'dope', in Zahid's words) character developments everywhere, especially with Casey, Sam and Doug. This was made more powerful by the amazing acting (by all of the actors involved). I am sad this show has officially ended, because I would always want to see more of Sam, Casey, Zahid, you name it. So thank you forever, Robia Rashid!! I think they NAILED the show's ending. They couldn't have made it better. They gave all the characters a good send-off, and it would be difficult to continue the story now. This is my favorite show ever. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 12/05/22 Full Review Jacklyn P Appreciate this show and all that it contributes. The characters are heartwarming, complex, and relatable (NOT stereotypical). My son is a teen diagnosed with "high functioning" autism and loves the representation he sees in this show. It has inspired many conversations in our household. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 11/19/22 Full Review Read all reviews Next Post a review

      Season Info

      Executive Producer
      Robia Rashid, Mary Rohlich, Theresa Mulligan Rosenthal
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      Release Date
      Jul 9, 2021
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