- The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is officially coming back for a fourth season, Amazon announced.
- Showrunners Amy Sherman-Palladino and her husband, Daniel Palladino say fans can expect Midge to explore new locations in the new season
- There’s a chance fans haven’t seen the last of Benjamin.
Tits up, Marvelous Mrs. Maisel fans! There’s a lot to love about the comedy series, and soon there will be even more. Amazon announced last December that it has renewed Marvelous Mrs. Maisel for season four. (More Midge, more Susie, more mics, more wise-cracking, more fast-talking families, and, of course, more pink, assuming you haven’t already binged season three.)
“We were thrilled to hear that for the fourth time, we do not have to pack up and vacate the premises,” showrunners Amy Sherman-Palladino and her husband, Daniel Palladino, told The Hollywood Reporter. “We’d like to thank Amazon for all their faith and support, their partnership and enthusiasm and for letting us hang with our favorite people, the cast and crew of Maisel, for a little while longer.”
Rachel Brosnahan, who plays Midge, was already servingfans “more lewks” in season four, according to an Instagram she posted to celebrate the show’s renewal.
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It comes as no surprise to fans that Amazon renewed the hit series. Marvelous Mrs. Maisel just earned two Golden Globe nominations (for best comedy and for Rachel) and SAG mentions for best comedy series and best actress in a comedy (Rachel and Alex Borstein, who already won an Emmy).
If you haven’t been following the series (you’ve been missing out on lots of laughs), it tells the story of Miriam “Midge” Maisel, a 1950s Jewish housewife with two kids who decides she wants to be a comedienne.
In season three, Midge takes America by storm with her comedy routine while on tour with singer Shy Baldwin. Back home in New York, her ex-husband Joel Maisel (Michael Zegen) takes care of their children, Ethan and Esther, while preparing to open up a club and Midge’s parents, the Weissmans, move in with Midge’s ex-in-laws, the Maisels. Unsurprisingly, chaos ensues. Oh, and of course there’s some unfinished business with the swoon-worthy Benjamin (Zachary Levi)…
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