Atypical is a Netflix series revolving around an 18-year old boy diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder who is on a quest to gain independence from his family and prejudice of society.
How Many Seasons of Atypical Will Be There?
Currently, there are three seasons of Atypical and the fourth season is renewed for release.
The cast includes
– Jennifer Jason Leigh as Elsa Gardner.
– Keir Gilchrist as Sam Gardner.
– Brigette Lundy-Paine as Casy Gardner.
– Amy Okuda as Julia Sasaki.
– Michael Rapaport as Doug Gardner.
The fourth season of Atypical does not have an official date of release on Netflix, but the new episodes could premiere in early 2021.
Other Shows Like Atypical
There are many other amazing shows, like Atypical. We would like to suggest a few so that you can binge-watch, stay home, and stay safe!
– The Good Doctor (2017): The story is on a young surgeon with autism and savant syndrome, in the medical drama, “The Good Doctor”.
– The End Of The F***ing World (2017-): Another story based on two social outcasts, this series is a black comedy that is based on a comic book series of the same name written by Charles Forsmansees.
– Switched at birth (2011-17): This is a teen family drama on ABC Family on June 6,
In 2011 about two teens switched at birth.
– The A Word (2016-): This is also a story if the struggles of the Hughes family after they realize that their 5-year old son Joe has autism.
– United States of Tara (2009-11): this story revolves around a homemaker, mother, and a wife who suffers from a dissociative identity order.
– Parenthood (2010-15): This is an NBC drama that focuses on four adult siblings, each of whom has their own family and struggles to raise their kids.
– The Fosters (2013-18): This is a heartfelt family drama that revolves around a lesbian couple with several highs and lows of the family as they bring up biological, adopted and foster kids, all under one roof.
Stay safe and stay tuned for further updates on Atypical Season 4!