Playing House Season 4 Release Date: Playing House is a comedy TV show made by American Work and Raskal Productions. It was made by Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair. Lennon Parham, Jessica St. Clair, Keegan-Michael Key, and Brad Morris are all in the show. The first episode of Playing House aired on April 29, 2014, on USA Network.
Three seasons have passed so far. The show is currently rated 7.7 out of 10 on IMDb, based on the votes of 2,663 people. Here's what we know so far about Playing House Season 4, including the cast, when it will come out, and more.
When Will Season 4 of Playing House Come Out?
The third season of Playing House started on June 23, 2017, and it ended on July 14, 2017. In an emotional video posted on October 30, 2017, actors Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham said that USA Network had canceled the show. Season 3 was the last time people could watch the show before it was taken off the air.
You can watch the series through VOD. In a statement, the network and studio said, “USA Network and Universal Cable Productions want to thank Jessica, Lennon, and the whole cast and crew of Playing House for being such great partners for three great, funny seasons.”
There's a small chance that another network will pick up the show, but since that hasn't happened yet, it's almost certain that “Playing House” will come back for a fourth season.
What Happens in Playing House?
In “Playing House,” Maggie and Emma are two best friends who have grown up together. Maggie ends her marriage when she finds out on the internet that her husband has been having an affair with another woman. For support, she decides to move in with her best friend Emma.
She does everything she can to help her friend, Maggie, even giving up her successful business in China to move back to their hometown, Pinebrook, so she can help Maggie raise her new baby.
At the start of the show, Emma is busy at work, but she still finds time to go home and throw her best friend Maggie a baby shower. We meet Maggie's husband, who seems like a bad person right away. This is done to make the audience want Emma and Maggie to spend more time together on screen.
This is made worse by the fact that they talk back and forth and finish each other's sentences. Playing House is different because it has a lot of awkward characters and even more awkward situations, like the world's worst baby shower.
Who is in the Cast of Playing House?
The cast of ‘Playing House' is led by Lennon Parham as Maggie Caruso, Emma's childhood best friend who is pregnant and single after a sudden divorce from her husband, and Jessica St. Clair as Emma Crawford, Maggie's best friend who leaves her overseas job to return home and help her.
Other cast members include ‘Key & Peele's Keegan-Michael Key as Mark Rodriguez, a local cop who happens to be Maggie and Emma's childhood friend. Mark and Emma dated in high school. Zach Woods, best known for his roles in Silicon Valley and ‘The Office,' plays Maggie's younger brother, Zach Harper. Bruce Caruso, Maggie's ex-husband, is played by Brad Morris.
Among the recurring cast members on the show is Jane Kaczmarek of “Malcolm in the Middle” fame as Emma's estranged mother, Ian Roberts as Ian, Mark's partner on the police force, and Lindsay Sloane as Tina “Bird Bones” Steigerman, Mark's ex-wife and Emma's former nemesis.
Playing House: Trailer
The trailer for Season 3 of “Playing House” can be seen below: