With the support of his family, including his worrisome mother, sister, and father, Sam undergoes new changes in order to further explore what it means to be "normal."
When it first aired on Netflix, fans praised Atypical for its accurate portrayal of someone on the autism spectrum. For Season 2, the series hired autistic actors and writers in order to promote inclusivity and diversity both on-screen and off.
The Atypical official Instagram account posted a sneak peek of the final season with a photo of several members of the show's main cast hugging:
Netflix also posted the emotional teaser trailer for Season 4, showcasing Sam surrounded by his family as he navigates moving into a new home and getting ready to continue his college education (while figuring out what he wants to do for the rest of his life):
Atypical Season 4 will be available to stream on Netflix starting July 9.
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