NBC has renewed the wacky and wonderful comedy The Good Place for a Season 4 to air in 2019-2020, the network has confirmed. In a statement, NBC programming bosses Tracey Pakosta and Lisa Katz congratulated show creator Mike Schur and the cast and crew for their contribution to making The Good Place a “thoughtful, mind-bending, and hysterical series.”
“We can’t wait to see what unexpected stories the new season will bring,” the pair said in the statement, which was noted by The Hollywood Reporter.
Kristen Bell stars in The Good Place, alongside William Jackson Harper, Jameela Jamil. Ted Danson and D’Arcy Carden also star in the comedy-drama about aliens, the afterlife, and the devil. The show contains numerous unexpected twists and turns, and with only three seasons to catch up on, we won’t spoil the big details here if you haven’t caught The Good Place yet and want to catch up.
According to THR, The Good Place is averaging 4.6 million viewers in its current season over its first nine episodes. The last episode of Season 3 this fall will air on Thursday, with the final three episodes of Season 3 landing in January 2019.
Schur, the creator of The Good Place, also worked on The Office, Parks and Recreation, Brooklyn Nine-Nine. On The Office, he played Dwight Schrute’s cousin Mose Schrute.