Casual Season 4
Casual season 4 started airing on Tuesday, July 31, 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
most recent episode S4E8 Finale
The season consists of 8 episodes.
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Does This Queer Eye Star's New Fast Casual Have Long-Lasting Appeal? - via Qsrmagazine
Netflix’s reboot of makeover show Queer Eye has gained many fans since its first season launched in February. And the cast member who’s arguably garnered the most buzz is the show’s food and wine expert, Antoni Porowski, who won everyone over with his boyish, Canadian charm but was also criticized for the basic-seeming and avocado-heavy dishes he chose to teach the people on the show.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Go Casual During Day 2 of Australian Royal Tour - via Etonline
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped out in casual attire on day two of their first royal tour together on Wednesday local time in Australia, which focused on the local community, including emergency services, drought response and sport and education programs.
Meghan Markle Goes Casual In Skinny Jeans On Her Royal Visit To Australia - via Accessonline
Meghan Markle is showing off her casual side! The Duchess of Sussex adopted a more laid-back style – sporting jeans, boots and a cozy blazer – during a Tuesday excursion to Dubbo, New South Wales, on her Australian royal tour. See how Meghan's style switch-up allowed her to stay comfortable while she helped the town with some farm work.
River's Edge in Wheeling Offers Casual Fine Dining, Great View - via Theintelligencer
River’s Edge General Manager Mark West said the new restaurant at 1039 Main St. features American cuisine on its lunch and dinner menus, with steak and seafood selections highlighted as some of its specialty items. It also offers an assortment of appetizers, soups and salads.
5 in 5: 'Casual,' Danez Smith, and treachery in Silicon Valley - via Mprnews
5. The Tesla Quartet's first album just came out featuring works composed by Haydn, Ravel, and Stravinsky. I particularly like the second movement from Ravel's String Quartet in F major; I'm a sucker for some pizzicato.
Previously on Casual: Valerie tries to repair her relationship with Laura while confronting resentments she harbors towards Dawn. Alex resolves to embark on an epic camping trip – but is epically derailed.
In their shortest season, the writers really go for it, too. Episode 5, “The Last Super Bowl,” barely ties its story to the series’ roots in the internet, dating apps, and A.I. Instead, it’s about celebrating the NFL’s last game — take that as you will. An episode like this, based in <...> - by indieWire [Ben Travers]
I have to laugh at the fact that a man who made all his money by designing a dating website and who has used them for years fell for such an obvious ploy. The virtual reality makes everything feel too real and made him too trusting. Meagan is a medical student by day and TV obsessive by night. While Lorelai Gilmore and <...> - by Tell-Tale TV [Meagan McNicholas]
Casual gets extra credit for exploring all that, as well as other cultural changes — FYI: the NFL is on the verge of dissolving — without ever being flashy or silly about it. Like everything in this series, each new device or development is presented as something completely organic to the world in which these <...> - by New York Magazine/Vulture [Jen Chaney]
A bit of a refresher: Season three followed Alex and Valerie dealing with their father’s death — a particularly trying time for Valerie after learning some interesting news about her father — and the co-dependent siblings navigating their new dynamic. Casual has created a voice for itself through the <...> - by ATVandCity - Season 4 [G.P.]
Perhaps the least affected by the time jump is Valerie. For her, the past four years have brought more ennui than change, a listlessness that pushes her to make a dramatic decision at the beginning of season 4, one that will inform the entirety of the character’s final arc. When compared to the relationship <...> - by ScreenRant [Kevin Yeoman]