The Detour - Season 4
The Detour is an American sitcom that was created by Jason Jones and Samantha Bee about a family vacation road trip that quickly devolves out of control. It stars Jones himself, Natalie Zea, Ashley Gerasimovich, Liam Carroll, Daniella Pineda, Mary Grill, and Laura Benanti. The series aired on TBS from April 11, 2016, to August 20, 2019. The show was renewed for a second season on April 6, 2016, five days prior to the series premiere. The second season premiered on February 21, 2017. On April 25, 2017, TBS renewed the series for a third season.
The Detour - Season 4
In season 2, the family settles in New York City as Nate finds a new career but more trouble as pieces of Robin's past resurface, including her relationship with her father, wanted felon J.R. Randall (James Cromwell). The framing device presents the couple being interrogated by the United States Postal Inspection Service as an attempt to get at J.R., led by the overzealous (and very pregnant) Agent Edie (Laura Benanti).
In season 3, the family flees to Alaska. This time the framing device involves Nate and Robin discussing their case with their lawyer, Joe Delicious (Max Casella). Jared becomes mayor of the town they settle in, Nate works on a fishing boat, and Robin becomes a stripper.
In season 4, Delilah flees the rest of the Parkers as they try to track her down. This takes them to Tibet, Japan, New Zealand, and eventually back home to New York where she has apparently been the entire time. The season, and the series, ends with Nate apparently having gone off the grid, as he checks months of voice mail messages left for him. He then climbs into a van, which is immediately riddled with bullets and explodes; since the series was canceled shortly after the episode aired, Nate's fate is left unknown.
On Rotten Tomatoes, the first season has an approval rating of 78% based on 23 reviews, with an average rating of 6.9/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "Sometimes raunchy, but often honest and endearing, The Detour brings the laughs as the story tries to find its way." On Metacritic, the first season holds a score of 69 out of 100, based on 19 critics.
On Rotten Tomatoes, season two has an approval rating of 100% based on 5 reviews, with an average rating of 6.9/10. On Metacritic, season two has a weighted average score 77 out of 100, based on 4 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".
The Detour Season 4 pickup comes on the heels of renewals for TBS comedies The Last O.G. starring Tracy Morgan and Tiffany Haddish, for a second season, Search Party for a third season and animated comedy Final Space for Season 2.
The comedy about a family on a disastrous road trip was created by, written by and exec produced by star Jones and his producing partner (and wife) Samantha Bee. The series continued to grow in its recently completed third season, averaging 1 million linear viewers per episode before DVR and on-demand is factored in.
"The Detour" is known first for its family dysfunction, and second, for its setting-jumping plots. Past filming locations include New York City and Georgia, and this season, a little movie magic will take the clan all around the globe.
The family comedy series has been canceled after four seasons at TBS, Variety has learned. The series was created, written and executive-produced by Jason Jones and Samantha Bee. Jones also starred in the series along with Natalie Zea, Ashley Gerasimovich, Liam Carroll and Daniella Pineda.
AD: Which is what I love about this show. A family sitcom, but not a typical family. I know you directed an episode last season and you direct an episode this season. How did you develop an interest in directing? Is it something you always wanted to do?
It's been announced that The Detour has been canceled at TBS after four seasons on the air. According to TV Line, this means that the show's Season 4 finale on Aug. 20 is retroactively the series finale. The sitcom was created by Jason Jones and his wife, Samantha Bee, and starred Jones and Natalie Zea as parents who set off on a road trip with their children only to have things go terribly awry. Many fans of the show have since been sounding off on Twitter, with one exclaiming, "Cmon, Jesus, they cancel good original shows, this is an outrage!!! Save The Detour!"
"Ugh that sucks and the end of the last episode of season 4 left me with questions that were left unanswered. Now I'll never know what will happen with nate parker in the next season of the detour," someone else wrote.
"I hate to say it but it's a good thing. The show had gotten really bad. They struggled to come up with a strong enough idea after season one & the final season felt like they made up as they went along," one person said of the show ending.
Get out your nondescript baseball hats, folks, "You" is coming back. One of the most bonkers shows on Netflix is returning this February, and the first trailer has just dropped for season 4. In typical "You" fashion, it's a mix of thrills and extremely deadpan comedy, as serial killer Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) moves to London and tries to simply be normal while playing the role of hot university professor. However, in a twist of fate that actually feels fresh, it turns out academia is full of psychopaths, and he gets caught in the middle of a serial killer investigation that's not actually about him, but instead focuses on his upper-class, sadistic-looking work friends.
That plot's only a blip on the radar compared to the season's main drama, though, which seems to involve someone called the "Eat The Rich Killer." I am only a casual "You" watcher at best, but I'll admit that this name alone is enough to make me want to dive headfirst back into the show. Apparently, someone's after Joe's posh, croquet-playing colleagues, who he describes as "the most insane, damaged people on earth" and "privileged douchebags." While the name of the killer implies that Joe's wealthy new friends will be the killer's targets, some of them seem suspicious as well. Lukas Gage, who you may recognize from "The White Lotus" and "Euphoria," seems to play an especially sinister guy, one who casually threatens murder over dinner.
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Northbound Silverado Trail vehicles should continue to detour via Zinfandel to Highway 29 northbound. Southbound Silverado Trail vehicles should continue to use Deer Park Road to Highway 29 southbound.
Today the County is installing temporary signals at Deer Park Road and Highway 29 to assist southbound drivers making the left turn from Deer Park to SR 29 and improve traffic control on the detour route. The signals will be installed between 4-5 pm today, Wednesday, October 27, which was the earliest time that signals could be delivered and set up. The County will seek to minimize disruption during this time. Drivers should expect changed conditions. 041b061a72