Ballers Season 4
Ballers season 4 started airing on Sunday, August 12, 2018. Subscribe below for season Four fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale - Oct 07, 2018. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
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The season consists of 10 episodes.
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London Brown on the HBO Series 'Ballers', Dwayne Johnson, and Fashion - Beyond Fashion Magazine - via Beyondfashionmagazine
Dwyane is super cool. Humble guy. Being unfamiliar to most, when the show premiered, it was a great look for me. It made people pay attention to me. But also, it let people know I can hold my own opposite Dwayne. The hero is the number one spot. The next best spot is the antagonist…Fat Reggie.
Is Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Ready for Season 5 of 'Ballers' - The Cheat Sheet - via Cheatsheet
Johnson took to his Instagram in September 2018 to announce that HBO had renewed Ballers for a fifth season. In his Instagram post, Johnson stated, “THANK YOU FANS worldwide for rockin’ with us and being the driving force behind our success. Besides us being HBO’s highest-rated show – I also feel my character’s ambition, drive & demons is an extension of our loyal fans who watch – and we’ll continue to go hard and rock this motherf*cker til’ the wheels fall off. Our next season will be our best yet. Let’s roll.”
Ballers: What The Cast Of The Show Are Driving Today - HotCars - via Hotcars
The stars of Ballers, whether they are actors or sportsmen and women, may get behind the wheel of stunningly stylish cars in the TV show, but do the vehicles that they own in real life match up to the supercars they drive on the small screen? Check out the list below to find out what cars the cast of Ballers drive when filming is over, including many of the most high-profile cameo stars of the show.
Previously on Ballers: Spencer and Joe get a late-game assist in their efforts to win over team owners. After soul-searching, Ricky maps out a new future. Jason gets Charles another crack at a coveted job. Reggie makes an impact at training camp.
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In a scene in Sunday’s premiere, Spencer explains to Joe that he hasn’t set foot in Los Angeles since his junior year of college when his older brother, a star quarterback “for the Trojans,” jumped off a bridge there and killed himself. “Oh, yeah,” a stunned Joe says. “That rings a bell.” That isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Every brain can use a break. It’s just that with HBO, the home of “Game of Thrones” and “Westworld,” you tend to expect <...> - by Las Vegas Review-Journal [Christopher Lawrence]
Well moved on from her tortured relationship with fan fave Lawrence, played by an absent Jay Ellis, deservedly Emmy nominated Rae’s on-screen Issa Dee has transformed from primarily being a work in progress. From the Rae-penned Season 3 opener, the series and its main character has now become an excellent portrait of an exercise in frustration. Taking willing and unwilling self-sabotage deep down, the anxiety rises as Rae’s Dee tries to extricate herself from the often racially insensitive so-called progressive nonprofit <...> - by Deadline Hollywood Daily [Dominic Patten]