This article discusses whether there will be a season 4 of the Apple TV+ series Trying and its renewed or cancelled status. This article contains spoilers.
Trying is a British comedy series created by Andy Wolton for Apple TV+. The show has ran for three seasons now, debuting back in May, 2020. This Apple original series follows the many antics of its adorable lead couple, Nikki and Jason, as they try to start their own family, but are faced with numerous setbacks along the way. Season three focuses on their attempts to foster siblings Princess and Tyler.
Due to some strange circumstances they are given a short period of time to get used to this new family dynamic before a judge makes a final verdict on the foster children’s fate. While they adapt to the parenting life, Nikki and Jason must juggle multiple issues, including a meddling grandmother, financial problems and all the usual parenting dilemmas that are to be expected. The season looks set to end with the judge’s final adoption verdict in next week’s finale, but will they be able to keep Princess and Tyler or are they deemed incapable of caring for the siblings after all?
Will there be a season 4 of the Apple TV+ series Trying – renewed or cancelled status
The current season is still ongoing over at Apple, with episode eight debuting next Friday. There is no word yet on whether a fourth season will be coming to the streaming site, but the idea of a renewal seems highly plausible. Most of their long-running content is renewed around the final episode mark. For All Mankind and Physical have both just been renewed for another season and I would be very surprised if Trying doesn’t garner a similar result. I’d expect an announcement in the next few weeks where they confirm a fourth season.
The third season hasn’t finished yet, but it seems likely that whatever the judge’s decision, there will be another season to binge watch in 2023. If the judge allows them to keep the children then there are numerous issues that can arise from that situation and of course, if they can’t foster the children, then I am sure they will fight to change that verdict. Either way, fans aren’t quite ready to let this feel-good series go just yet and will want to see the story through to the end. As always, we’ll keep you posted on any updates in the pending renewal of Trying.