Daniel Radcliffe returns to TBS this Summer in Miracle Workers' long-delayed Season 4.
Daniel Radcliffe’s hit comedy TV series Miracle Workers is coming back to TBS for a fourth season, and it’s going to be called Miracle Workers: End Times. According to Deadline, the new season will air its first episode, “Welcome to Boomtown,” on cable television on Monday, July 10 at 10 PM. If you want to binge-watch all three previous seasons of the show, then you can find them on HBO MAX.
Since Miracle Workers creates a new theme for each season (similar to the American Horror Story TV series), fans have been anxiously waiting to see what is in store for them. The trailer reveals the same cast of characters, including Daniel Radcliffe, Steve Buscemi, Geraldine Viswanathan, Karan Soni, and Jon Bass, as they survive during a post-apocalyptic lifestyle. To give you an idea, it looks like Mad Max meets Arrested Development.
In End Times, Daniel Radcliffe plays Sid, a wasteland warrior who is married to Freya Exaltada, a badass warlord played by Geraldine Viswanathan. Together, they are trying to settle down in the post-apocalyptic suburban town called Boomtown that’s run by a rich junk trader (played by Steve Buscemi). They have to deal with typical homeowner problems but with a dystopian twist, like having to paying 400 bird beaks for anti-radiation filters and 300 bird beaks to fix their broken urine purifier.
A sneak peek of the first episode reveals that Daniel Radcliffe’s character invites his wife’s parents to come visit their new home. When they arrive, he finds out that they are part of the ultra-wealthy .001 percent and live in a utopian city in the sky, as opposed to his family’s dirty and impoverished lifestyle. It looks like it will set the show up for a hilarious and entertaining beginning, which will be followed up by the second episode, “H.O.A.” and the third episode, “The MatriXXX.”
Miracle Workers has featured lots of great guest stars over the past several seasons, like Fred Armisen, Tim Meadows, Jessica Lowe, and Karamo Brown. The fourth season will follow tradition and also host plenty of guest stars, including Quinta Brunson, Garcelle Beauvais, Kyle Mooney, Ego Nwodim, Lolly Adefope, Paul F. Tompkins, and Lisa Loeb.
The first season of Miracle Workers featured Daniel Radcliffe as an angel named Craig, who had to try and save humanity along with his partner Eliza after God left them hanging. The second season, Miracle Workers: Dark Ages, took place during the titular era as the usual cast of characters tried to survive. The third season, Miracle Workers: Oregon Trail, focused on Daniel Radcliffe as Reverend Ezekiel Brown as he tried to lead his town to a better life out west.
Fans of the show have been anxiously waiting for the fourth season ever since it was confirmed by TBS back on November 3, 2021. The new season was originally supposed to air on January 16, 2023, but it was unfortunately postponed due to a scheduling adjustment from the network. Audiences will now only need to wait a few more weeks for the show to premiere on July 10.