Project Greenlight Season 4

Premiere Date, Episode Guide

Project Greenlight season 4 started airing on Sunday, September 13, 2015. Subscribe below for season Four fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale - Nov 01, 2015. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S4E1 Do You Want to Direct This Movie?

S4E2 Going Rogue

S4E3 Gun to Your Head

S4E4 Duly Noted

S4E5 Picture's Up

S4E6 The Pivot

S4E7 Accident Waiting to Happen

most recent episode S4E8 Hug and Release

How many episodes are in season 4 of Project Greenlight?

The season consists of 8 episodes.


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Fan Buzz

I found this show far too short, both in the length of the episode and the amount of episodes, and focused too much on this toxic producer, Effie Brown, and not enough on Jason Mann. Basically the summary stats this show shows what it is like to make a movie mostly low budget movies in tell the 3rd season with Feast. Where's the rest of this show It also provides a way for the filmmakers of the movie that is being worked on, to get exposure. The perspective of the show centered on Effie Brown and her problems with the subject of the movie, discrimination in entertainment, and her dislike of Jason Mann, instead of highlighting how they were helping Jason's vision and process.

Critics Reviews

    Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, who had won an Oscar four years earlier as the first-time screenwriters of “Good Will Hunting,” signed on as producers, enthusiastic about giving another writer a break. The winner, Pete Jones, both wrote and directed his “Stolen Summer,” and a second season of “Greenlight” <...> - via St. Louis Post-Dispatch [Gail Pennington]

    And so with Season Four, we have a spectacular collision of forces: A show rigged to make it virtually impossible to produce a good movie and an insolent director who insists on trying. The terms and conditions remain as bad as ever, too. After the first season, the showrunners have thrown out the idea that the <...> - via GQ [Scott Tobias]

    There are slow moments, but this is mainly because the actual process of making a movie often is pretty tedious. But the interaction among Damon, Affleck, and other mentors on their team are quite interesting, especially when they're discussing the specific aspects of the filmmaking process. Budding filmmakers of all <...> - via Common Sense Media [Melissa Camacho]

    Perhaps you are reacting to Shia’s off screen meltdown of late, but he’s been a good actor, clearly talented, for most of his young life. It’s a brutal business for a kid to grow up in, so I’d give him a break. The series isn't entirely made up of moments where you want to smack your <...> - by HitFix [Alan Sepinwall]

    But as the next few episodes unfold, it seems clear the winner of the contest has been selected for their chops and their vision, not their bedside manner. As the show has done repeatedly, most specifically with Season 3 winner John Gulager, Greenlight seems intent on handing the reins to creatively gifted people who <...> - per Grantland [Amos Barshad]


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