Doom Patrol Season 4: Release Date on HBO Max!

Doom Patrol Season 4:  Fans are wondering when they will be able to start watching Doom Patrol Season 4 on HBO Max now that DC's Titans is back for a fourth season. The good news is that it won't be too long before the show comes back. But what will happen in the next season, and who will be in it? So far, here's what we know about Season 4 of Doom Patrol…

When Will Season 4 of Doom Patrol Come Out?

The fourth season of Doom Patrol will begin on Thursday, December 8, 2022. On the first day of the new season, HBO Max will have two episodes available. After that, one episode will be added each week until January 5, 2023. The season will then end with another six episodes later in the year.

What is Season 4 of Doom Patrol About?

Doom Patrol was shown at New York Comic Con earlier this year, and a summary for the fourth season said that the team “unexpectedly travels to the future” in the most recent episodes.

Doom Patrol Season 4

There, they will find an “unwelcome surprise” that forces them to choose between “their own happiness” and “the fate of the world.” A tease that makes us want more, but doesn't tell us too much about what to expect. It should be an interesting trip.

Who is in the Cast of Doom Patrol Season 4?

Fans of Doom Patrol will be glad to hear that everyone from the show will be back for the fourth season. Brendan Fraser voices Robot-Man, and Riley Shanahan plays the character in costume. April Bowlby plays Rita Farr/Elasti-Woman, Matt Bomer voices Larry Trainor/Negative Man, and Mattew Zuk plays the character in costume.

Diane Guerrero plays Kay Challis/Crazy Jane, and Joivan Wade is Cyborg. On the show, Michelle Gomez will play Laura De Mille/Madame Rogue. She will be a new member of the Doom Patrol team. She was first seen in Season 3, and she used to be a supervillain.

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It will be interesting to see how she adjusts to being on a team. Deric, a robotics teacher, will be played by Elijah Rashad Reed, who will be in the show more than once. The bad guy, Mr. 104, is played by Sendhil Ramamurthy, and Casey Brinke/Space Case is played by Madeline Zima.

Doom Patrol Season 3:Recap

In the first episode of the third season, Dorothy fights the Candlemaker, which kills the Chief (Timothy Dalton). However, the Chief's spirit tells Cliff (Brendan Fraser) that he can't really move on until his body is burned. As each member of the team deals with grief and continues to deal with their own problems, a new bad guy joins the fight.

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Madam Rouge, played by Michelle Gomez, comes to town in a time machine. She has a job to do, but she can't remember what it is. During the season, the Doom Patrol goes through a lot: they die, go to purgatory, escape hell with the help of the Dead Detective Boys, become zombies, eat the Chief's brains as zombies to become human again, and that's just the beginning.

The show is a crazy, strange ride that stands out from other DC shows. In the second half of the season, were-butts attacked. The team also ended up in their subconscious, and by the end of the season, Negative Man (Matt Bomer/Larry Zuk) had merged with a space parasite.

Vic had become fully human but lost his powers, Crazy Jane seemed to be Kay again and also had no powers, Rita was out for revenge, and Cliff's robot body had been taken over by the Brotherhood of Evil's The Brain while Cliff continued to deal with Parkinson's disease.

Doom Patrol Season 4: Trailer

Where Can I Watch Season 4 of Doom Patrol?

Season 4 will only be available to stream on HBO Max starting December 8, just like Season 3. Season 1 of Doom Patrol ended in May 2019 on the streaming service DC Universe, which is no longer available.

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The second season started in June 2020 and ran until August same time on both HBO Max and DC Universe. Starting with the third season, which started in September 2021 and ended in November 2021, Doom Patrol was only available on HBO Max.