There appears to be no end in sight for Trying’s success with Apple TV+ viewers as Nikki and Jason continue their quest to start a family.
What lies ahead for the newlyweds, with their supportive circle of family and friends by their sides the whole way, now that they have everything they’ve ever wanted?
It’s not all bad, though; we’ve got some positive news to share.
This is what you need to know right now to prepare for the future…
Trying Season 4 Release Date Speculation
Yes! Apple announced the renewal of Trying for a fourth season on September 1, just hours before the release of the third season finale.
A simple renewal tweet from the team confirmed that Nikki and Jason’s journey would be continuing.
As of right now, all we can do is speculate on when the show may return.
It’s safe to anticipate that a year will pass before the program is completed if writing or pre-production hasn’t begun.
Based on the release schedules of the first three seasons, we predict that the fourth season will premiere in July 2023. (seasons one and two dropped in May 2020 and 2021 respectively, with season three being released in July).
As soon as we have any concrete information, we will share it with you.
Trying Season 4 Cast Members
Without Esther Smith and Rafe Spall’s return as Nikki and Jason, Trying just wouldn’t be the same.
With the addition of Princess (Eden Togwell) and Tyler (Mickey McAnulty), their family has also grown.
Victor and Sandra, Jason’s parents, played by Phil Davis and Paula Wilcox, will probably come back to help him in any way they can.
There’s also a chance that Oliver Chris (their best friend and landlord Freddy), Sian Brooke (Nikki’s sister Karen), and Darren Boyd (Karen’s husband Scott) will all be back for more.
Trying the season 4 Plotline
Nikki and Jason had what could have been the greatest day of their lives after season three when they married in a hastily arranged ceremony attended by their loved ones and then rushed off to the courthouse to learn their fate as the legal guardians of Princess and Tyler.
Their original grandma, understandably worried about losing them, eventually relented and gave her the OK for the kids to live with their new parents.
For the first time in their lives, the couple is faced with the challenges of a new role: that of parenthood.
We’re confident in their abilities because of their can-do mentality, but will there be any surprises?
In case Jason finally gets to be a stay-at-home parent in season three, he and Jessica will have to figure out a lot of things, including childcare and how to make ends meet on just one income.
(And will the family and their Camden home be affected by the cost-of-living crisis, which is a very real possibility?)
Things will inevitably go wrong, but we mean it when we say this is a family we love so much that we will do whatever it takes to keep them safe.
While there has been no official synopsis released as of yet, we are confident that the aforementioned elements will play significant roles moving forward.
Chris Evans is Sexiest Man Alive
With his annual “Sexiest Man Alive” reveal, Stephen Colbert started a new cultural phenomenon. He mentioned that hotties John Oliver and Chris Evans were in the running for the prize on his show. An intense competition between the popular kids and the bookworms (the jocks obviously being Oliver.)
But the outcome depended on the voters, or more accurately, People Magazine. …and the victor is… Chris Evans! Without a doubt, that’s the case. When Oliver was announced as America’s Sexiest Man Alive, nobody was prepared. One of the hunks was there in the studio audience to accept his award.
On the other hand, Chris “Too Hot for TV But Hot Enough for Movies” Evans found out about the news from his buddy and co-star Dwanye “Former Sexiest Man Alive” Johnson while filming their new movie, Red One. Evans jolted us regulars into remembering that voting is the most enticing civic duty.
YAWN! That was something we learned from Oliver, the runner-up who was also very attractive. On nearly every episode of Last Week Tonight, he discusses this topic. The public (and not the magazine) should vote for Oliver to succeed as editor-in-chief next year, perhaps after the upcoming midterms.
Frequently Asked Question
Does Season 4 of Trying Seem Likely?
Ahead of its September 2 season finale, Apple TV+ has announced that the critically acclaimed comedy series “Trying” has been renewed for a fourth season.
When Do You Plan on Releasing Season 4?
Feb. 9, 2023
The premiere date for the first half of YOU Season 4 has been pushed back to February 9, 2023. On March 9th, we’ll see the debut of Part 2. Production in London began on March 21, 2022, and ended on August 27, 2022.
Was the Attempt Scrapped?
On Friday, the third season of Trying will conclude, but it isn’t the end of the show. The comedy series has been picked up for a fourth season on Apple TV+. British comedy starring Rafe Spall and Esther Smith about marriage with two kids. In a news release, Apple TV+ explained how the renewal would work.