FX Renews ‘Better Things’ for Fourth Season
FX has renewed its comedy series Better Things for a fourth season, the network said Tuesday.
The series, produced and starring Pamela Adlon, will return for a fourth season in 2020, according to network officials. Eight episodes of the third season remain in the series’s third season, which airs its season finale May 16, said network officials.
“With every season, Better Things becomes more vital, engaging and revelatory, cementing Pamela Adlon’s status as one of the most accomplished creative forces in television today,” said John Landgraf, Chairman of FX Networks and FX Productions in a statement. “Rarely has there been a show that is so personal and, at the same time, so thoroughly universal in the way it explores modern parenting, family and life. We are thrilled to extend the series for a fourth season and to continue this incredible partnership with Pamela, her creative team and the amazing cast of Better Things.”
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