Trying is one of the most popular and well-admired British comedy television series, which is created by Andy Wolton. Andy Wolton has also served as an executive producer of the show, along with Jim O’Hanlon, and Josh Cole. BBC Studios Drama Productions is the production company involved with the show. The story of Trying revolves around a couple, Nikki and Jason, who desperately want to become parents but unfortunately struggle with conceiving a child.
The show’s music has composed by Paul Saunderson, Guy Garvey, Peter Jobson, Maisie Peters, Bear’s Den, and Joe Rubel and it stars Esther Smith, Rafe Spall, Imelda Staunton, Ophelia Lovibond, Oliver Chris, Sian Brooke, Darren Boyd, Robyn Cara, Phil Davis, Paula Wilcox, Marian McLoughlin, and many more.
Trying Season 1 premiered with eight episodes on May 1, 2020, on Apple TV+. The first season received a decent response from critics and audiences and is currently rated 86% on Rotten Tomatoes. The creators immediately renewed the show for another season which was released on May 21 of the next year. A third season was then released on July 22, 2022. The Rotten Tomatoes score increased to 100% with the next two seasons and following that, the makers decided to bring back the show for another season.
The fans of Trying are very excited to have a new season on screen and very curious to know more about the upcoming season. We understand your curiosity, so here we are with all the details regarding the upcoming season of Trying. The article will provide you with details such as: When Trying Season 4 is released? What is the storyline of Trying Season 4? Who has been cast in the lead roles of Trying Season 4? What is the streaming platform for Trying Season 4? Is there any trailer or teaser available for Trying Season 4? And many more.
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Trying Season 4 Release Date
The first season of Trying was released on 1 May 2020 on Apple TV+. Trying Season 1 has consisted of eight episodes in total. Trying Season 1 received a very positive response from critics and currently holds an 86% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Following that, the developers renewed the show for two more seasons, which premiered on 21 May 2021, and 22 July 2022, respectively. Trying Season 2 has managed to receive very good responses from critics and currently holds a 100% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Considering that, in August 2022, Apple announced that, the show is coming back for a fourth season soon. However, they have not revealed any specific release dates for Trying Season 4. Well, we can expect the show to be out in the fall of 2023. Trying Season 4 is expected to have eight episodes like the previous three seasons, although the makers have not confirmed that yet.
Trying Season 4 Storyline
Following the events of the third season, Nikki and Jason had fun on a day when they managed to tie the knot at the final moment in front of their loved ones before going to court to discover if they will be the legal guardians of Princess and Tyler. The kids’ biological grandmother was hesitant to let them stay with the newlyweds since she feared losing them but realized that they would be cherished in that place. The couple now must change everything as parents and work on daycare and understand to live on one of their earnings if Jason opts to stay at home as a father.
Trying the Season 4 Cast
We can expect the lead casts to come back for Trying Season 4, they include Esther Smith as Nikki Newman, Imelda Staunton as Penny, Rafe Spall as Jason Ross, Oliver Chris as Freddy, Ophelia Lovibond as Eric, Sian Brooke as Karen, Darren Boyd as Scott, Robyn Cara as Jennifer, Phil Davis as Vic, and many more.
Trying the Season 4 Trailer
No, the official trailer for Trying Season 4 has not been released yet since the show is still in progress. We can expect the trailer for Trying Season 4 to be out in 2023.
Where To Watch Trying Season 4 Online?
The first three seasons of Trying are currently streaming on Apple TV+. Trying Season 4 is also expected to drop on the same platform since the developers have not announced any changes related to the streaming platform.