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HBO Max to Release Search Party Season 4? Sneak Peek Into the Release Date and Plot

by Karen Jodes technology world

Good news for every cinephile! HBO Max’s American comedy series Search Party is gearing up for a fourth season. The highly popular television series first aired on WarnerMedia Entertainment owned TBS in the year 2016. The show was renewed for season 2 and 3. However, the previous season aired on HBO Max, Warner Media’s online streaming service after a long hiatus.

Owing to its large fanbase, Search Party was renewed for season 4. So, here is what viewers can expect from the upcoming season of HBO Max’s comedy.

According to reports, the news about the show’s renewal came way back in the year 2019. People who like to binge-watch will be delighted to know that the first two seasons are also available to stream on HBO Max.

Can We Expect Season 4 Anytime Soon?

This news can be somewhat disappointing for fans, but there is no official confirmation on the release date for Search Party’s season 4. Although, the latest season finished the filming stage during the latter half of 2019 to early 2020. Everyone is tight-lipped about the release date. So, with the premiere date completely shrouded with mystery, there is a possibility that HBO Max might air the series as part of their summer projects in the year 2021.

A Mind-Bending Plot With a Pinch of Dark Comedy

Season 1

Search Party’s first season revolves around Dory Sief’s (Alia Shawkat) college acquaintance Chantal Witherbottom’s disappearance. The story progresses with Sief setting out to find her missing classmate with the help of her boyfriend, Drew Gardner (John Reynolds) and their friends Portia Davenport (Meridith Hagner) and Elliott Goss (John Early). During their quest, the college groups end up murdering a private investigator Keith Powell (Ron Livingston).

Season 2                                                                                             

The second season of Search Party revolves around the consequences of Keith Powell’s death, and a PI killed as a result of Dory’s misunderstanding. The story centres on the group grappling with the aftermath of the crime they committed and their struggle of trying to return to their normal lives. The season ends with Dory scrambling to tie up all loose ends that connect her and her friends to the private investigator’s murder.

Season 3

This season focuses on Dory Sief and Drew Gardner being prosecuted for Keith’s death. The trial forces them to fight against the incriminatory evidence against them. The case gives the two characters unwanted attention from the media and affects the group’s mental state. Even though Dory finds herself free from the murder charge of Keith, she lands herself in another mess involving a stalker.

Season 4

The latest season will detail into the cliff-hanger that viewers were left with after season 3 ended its run. Since Dory is kidnapped by her mysterious stalker from her apartment and chained in an undisclosed location, we can expect the group is searching for another missing person, i.e. Dory. This season may look into the fractured relationship of the group.

Viewers might also see their attempt to overcome that to look for their missing friend. The showrunners may also focus on Drew and how he does not trust Dory or her mental state anymore. They might look at the group’s other two members, Elliott and Portia and their trust issues as well.

It Is Worth the Wait!

The only option as viewers we have is to wait for season 4 to drop on HBO Max. Whenever this show premiers, be ready with a bowl of popcorn to watch a story with many cliff-hangers, twists and turns that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

source: https://fluidk.com/hbo-max-to-release-search-party-season-4-sneak-peek-into-the-release-date-and-plot/


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