Netflix finally has the release date for the upcoming fourth and final season of. announced Atypicalwho confirms the acclaimed comedy-drama series will return on Friday July 9th, Gilchrists Sam, Nik Dodanis Zahid, Brigette Lundy-Paines Casey, Fivel Stewarts Izzie and more.

Last season, Sam struggled to find his way around college and maintain his relationships with Zahid and Paige. It also revealed Casey discovered her sexuality while Doug and Elsa continued to work on their marriage.

The fourth and final season of Atypical kicks off July 9th – here’s your first look

– Netflix (@netflix) June 1, 2021

Your first look at the final season of Atypical is here! Coming to Netflix July 9th.

– Atypical (@Atypical) June 1, 2021

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Atypical is a coming-of-age story from the perspective of Sam, an 18-year-old autistic spectrum looking for love and independence. As Sam is on his fun and emotional journey of self-discovery, the rest of his family have to grapple with changes in their own lives, asking: What does it really mean to be “normal”?

The series is directed by Robia Rashid (How I met your mother, Will & grace) It plays Keir Gilchrist as Sam; Jennifer Jason Leigh as Sam’s mother Elsa; Michael Rapaport as Sam’s father Doug; Brigette Lundy-Paine as Sam’s rowdy sister Casey; Amy Okuda as Sam’s therapist Julia; Nik Dodani as Zahid; and Jenna Boyd as Paige.

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Atypical comes from Sony Pictures Television and executive producers, Oscar-winning producers Seth Gordon and Mary Rohlich, with Jennifer Jason Leigh producing. Michelle Dean who completed her Ph.D. from UCLA and worked at the UCLA Center for Autism and Research and Treatment before joining the faculty at CSU Channel Island, was also involved in the production to provide an accurate representation of Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Seasons 1-3 can currently be streamed exclusively on Netflix.