Less than a month after the conclusion of Season 4 of Search Party, HBO Max announces the renewal of the series for a season 5, as well as a two-year contract with creators Charles Rogers and Sarah-Violet Bliss for development. new projects.
Comedy single-camera, Search Party initially follows a group of friends – Dory (Alia Shawkat), Portia (Meredith Hagner), Elliott (John Early), and Drew (John Reynolds) – a little confused who is affected by the disappearance of ‘acquaintance and embarks on an investigation. This will lead them to a semi-accidental murder, to have to cover everything up, and to a sensational trial. In season 4, Dory is held captive by her stalker (Cole Escola), forcing Drew, Elliott, and Portia ta back into a search party, this time for Dory.
Launched in 2016 on the TBS channel, it was during its renewal for a season 3 that Search Party, in passing, moved to settle on HBO Max where the series found a second life, so to speak. One that leads, in any case, today to its renewal, although season 4 was thought to be the potential last of the series. The creators are also announcing a more frightening season 5, with the pursuit of Dory to make sense of the world more or less touching its goal.
Search Party stars Alia Shawkat, John Reynolds, John Early, Meredith Hagner, and Brandon Micheal Hall and is available in France on Canal +.
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