If there is one show that has captured the hearts of the audience, it has been The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. The exclusive period comedy-drama series developed by Amy Sherman-Palladino aired on March 17, 2017, for the first time and has since then had two more successful seasons.
With the announcement of its fourth season in December 2019 and the long gap, fans contemplated whether it is ever coming back to the streaming platform? However, the wait is partially over to see what’s next for Midge, Susie, and the rest of the gang on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
While we do know that The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 4 is not coming to Amazon in November 2021, it’s filming wrapped in July 2021. And what’s more is that we can expect the upcoming season around December or early 2022 since The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s second and third seasons were also released in December.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 4
As for the storyline, Mrs. Maisel Season 4 is expected to continue with the current storyline and explore the fallout of the events that transpired in the previous season and bring things to a new perspective with respect to where Midge now stands, and what her next move is going to be. Some new additions in the cast members is also expected.
Kelly Bishop (Emily Gilmore) is going to be joining the cast for the fourth season who is going to be playing a sly role, which has recently been highlighted by her costume reveal in a sneak peek video. Milo Ventimiglia is also going to be starring in the show along with Jason Ralph (Rachel Brosnahan’s real-life husband) and director John Waters making season 4 guest appearances.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 4 Plot
With the first two seasons of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel closing out on career highs, Season 3 of the show ends in a shock as Midge gets fired by the famous Shy’s manager Reggie. When the creator Amy Sherman was asked about the fourth season she said: “We’re going to be telling the Maisel story slightly differently in the coming season, a little more open for us because we try to see a couple of seasons down the line… because everything affects everything, so we’re trying to figure that out now.”