‘What We Do In The Shadows’ Won’t Be Slayed Before Season 4

Gather your familiars! What We Do In The Shadows was renewed for season 4 ahead of the season 3 premiere this week. It’s almost like this show about vampires can’t die or something. This news is so good, an energy vampire couldn’t even try to drain me.

Nick Grad, president of original programming for FX entertainment, said during his presentation at the Television Critics Association’s 2021 Summer Tour that “fans can’t seem to get enough of  What We Do in the Shadows  and FX is ready to feed that appetite by setting up the series for a fourth season. Our thanks to the extraordinary job by the creative team, cast, and crew who keep making a great show better each season.” You may have also noticed that there’s now an after-show hosted by Harvey Guillén called After The Shadows. They’re really obsessed with this show at FX and, like, same, so…

Not much else is known about the impending season 4. Expect it to hit your airwaves in 2022, per an educated guess. The mockumentary series didn’t really skip a beat during the pandemic, unlike many of our favorite shows, so they’ve successfully aired three seasons in 2019, 2020, and 2021 without a hitch. The only change is first two seasons aired in the spring, and the third season has moved to fall. Which, IMHO, is more appropriate anyway! What We Do In The Shadows is a perfect harbinger of Spooky Season™️.

According to Deadline, (former) executive producer Scott Rudin will no longer be associated with the production following allegations of widespread and systemic abuse. Rudin made a statement in April 2021 that he is “stepping back from my film and streaming projects” in addition to his more well-known and infamous work as a Broadway producer, but he did not say anything specifically about What We Do In The Shadows.

The real creative force behind What We Do In The Shadows though is Taika Waititi, who is expected to remain connected to the series. Reservation Dogs, another instant hit comedy from executive producer Waititi on FX, also received an early season renewal. Though Sterlin Harjo is the Reservation Dogs showrunner, the network is clearly investing in Waititi a lot, as they have done previously with auteurs like Ryan Murphy (American Horror Story, American Crime Story, American [fill in the blank] Story) and Noah Hawley (Fargo, Legion). Frankly, Waititi’s world is a pretty good one to live in!

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