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It’s been a long wait, but solar opposites season 4 is finally coming! We know you’re all itching to find out the release date. You won’t want to miss it. It’s going to be an epic series and we can’t wait for you all to see it. Be sure to tune in because solar opposites are one of the best shows around right now!
The Release Date of Solar Opposites Season 4:
Season 4 will have 12 episodes like Season 3. We have been lucky enough to be savoring a season each year and since Season 3 will be releasing in 2022, the most probable date for the release of Season 4 will fall in early 2023.
The cast of Solar Opposites Season 4:
- Justin Roiland as Korvo
- Thomas Middleditch as Terry
- Sean Giambrone as Yumyulack
- Mary Mack as Jesse
- Sagan McMahan as The Pupa
The Plot of Solar Opposites Season 4:
That’s an excellent question. After all, season two seemed to wrap everything up in a nice, neat little bow with the family being reborn as trees and smack-talking their neighbors. Where could they possibly go from there? Well, the show creators recently sat down for an interview with SyFyWire to answer that exact question.
They said, “We’re not talking about it yet. We’ll talk more about that later.”
Although they didn’t give much away, the creators did mention what fans of Solar Opposites Season Four can expect to see: fighting for solar rights and solar justice will be present, as well as other themes we have been exploring in previous seasons.”
Solar Opposites follows the adventures of a solar hybrid family living among humans with their father being from earth and mother being an alien who can turn invisible or into the fire when she touches water (but if her skin dries out she turns into dust), with children that are also solar hybrids following the rules of both species’ cultures growing up as they learn about human values.
What’s the Deal with Solar Opposites?
Solar Opposites focuses on four aliens (voiced by Roiland, Thomas Middleditch, Sean Giambrone, and Mary Mack) who escape their exploding homeworld only to crash land into a move-in ready home in suburban America, where they try to live life like a normal, nuclear family.
Maybe “try” isn’t the best word, since they’re pretty terrible at integrating into human society without their alien gadgets, which constantly end up wreaking havoc on their neighborhood and sometimes the rest of the world.
Along with the wild extra-terrestrial antics, there’s another layer to Solar Opposites that delivers a completely different kind of story. One of the young aliens keeps a society of shrunken humans in what is basically a multi-level assembly of hamster enclosures built into their bedroom wall.