Close Enough is an adult animated sitcom made by J. G. Quintel in the United States. The project was originally scheduled to premiere on TBS in 2017, but it was delayed and rescheduled several times before finally premiering on HBO Max on July 9, 2020. The series premiered on TBS on October 25, 2021, following the introduction of TBS and TNT’s Front Row blocks.
Critics have compared the series to Quintel’s earlier series, Regular Show, and have given it excellent reviews.
Quintel’s previous series, Regular Show, ended its run on Cartoon Network in May 2017, four months after the series was announced. The series was originally scheduled to air on TBS, but it was repeatedly postponed. TBS had planned to premiere the show as part of its own animation block, but those plans fell through when Louis C.K.’s production on The Cops was halted due to his alleged sexual misconduct. On October 29, 2019, HBO stated that the series would be moved to HBO Max instead. On June 15, 2020, the second part of the third episode premiered at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival.
The sitcom was renewed for a second season on August 6, 2020.
The series was distributed internationally by Netflix the next month, beginning September 14, 2020, in Latin America.
The second season began on HBO Max on February 25, 2021.
A third season was confirmed on February 10, 2021, prior to the season launch. On May 26, 2021, Netflix launched the second season internationally.
The first two seasons of the show were released digitally on iTunes on October 24, 2021.
The third season began on HBO Max on April 7, 2022.
Can you expect a Close Enough season 4 renewal after the season 3 premiere on HBO Max? Or have we arrived at the end of the road?
Close Enough season 4 Release date:
Close Enough has not only been renewed for a fourth season but has been for quite some time. It was given the green light for a third and fourth season even before the second season aired, which indicates a couple of things. First and foremost, it serves as a reminder of HBO Max’s conviction in the notion; beyond that, it demonstrates that they were truly devoted to their content from the start. This is especially crucial in animation, where it can take many months to complete season months in advance.
Season 4 has already been renewed, and we’d want to see it on the air in late 2022 or early 2023. On this one, the ball is in the streaming service’s court, but we believe it will find a way to stand on its own two feet.
Cast Of Close Enough Season 4:
This animated comedy stars J. G. Quintel, Gabrielle Walsh, Jason Mantzoukas, Kimiko Glenn, Jessica DiCicco, James Adomian, and Danielle Brooks and chronicles the lives of a couple, their five-year-old daughter, and the colorful mix of individuals who reside in the neighborhood of their duplex in Los Angeles.
Close Enough is a surreal animated comedy from JG Quintel, creator of the Emmy-winning Regular show about a married couple, their five-year-old kid, and their two divorced best friends/roommates, all sharing a small apartment on the eastside of Los Angeles. They’re in their 30s, and they’re trying to figure out how to grow up without getting old. It’s about balancing work, family, and following your aspirations while dodging alien fitness cults, yacht-rock vampires, and silent film vintage bison. Their existence isn’t perfect, but it’s near enough for now.
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Trailer Of Close Enough Season 4:
We do not have a trailer yet as season 4 has not been released. Let’s watch the trailer of season 3 below,
According to review aggregate Rotten Tomatoes, the film received a 100 percent approval rating based on 19 reviews, with an average rating of 8/10. “Completely ludicrous and yet, absolutely relatable, Close Enough portrays the weird feeling of being an adult,” says the website’s critical consensus. It has a weighted average score of 74 out of 100 on Metacritic, based on 6 reviews, indicating “generally positive reviews.”