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Miracle Workers Season 4 Is One Of The Best Seasons

Miracle Workers: End Times (Season 4) is one of the best seasons, if not the best. Taking place in a post-apocalyptic world, it’s both fun & emotional.

Miracle Workers: End Times season 4 review

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Miracle Workers has proven itself season after season. There is so much to love about this series from the incredible acting to the hilarious standalone season story lines. Every season of Miracle Workers focuses on a different time and place. Each one brings something unique and entertaining for viewers.

Note: This piece was written during the 2023 WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes. Miracle Workers would not exist without the labor of the writers and actors in both unions.

First, it took place in Heaven and featured angels that were trying to grant the wishes of humans. In the second season the same cast took on different roles as they struggled through the dark ages. Season three of Miracle Workers saw the hardships of the Oregon Trail, and now, season 4 titled End Times, takes place in a post apocalyptic world in a place called Boom Town.

Miracle Workers: End Times season 4 review

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While all of the seasons have been fantastic, Miracle Workers: End Times is one of the best, if not the best. These actors have been brilliant from the start, but it is clear this time around that they have become extremely comfortable with one another, which allows them to push each other to perfection.

Daniel Radcliffe and Geraldine Viswanathan always find their way to love throughout the seasons. Whether it is right away, or several episodes in. The two have become so believable as a couple by now, that it is strange to think they aren’t. In all four seasons, viewers root for them. They so well together and are a bright spot of every season. 

At the same time, Steve Buscemi and Jon Bass know how to bring the humor. Their comedic timing is perfect, as it has been throughout the entire series. Don’t misunderstand, Radcliffe and Viswanathan are hilarious as well, but particularly in End Times, Bass really dives into the bizarreness of being a war dog that will have audiences cracking up constantly. 

Karan Soni, who plays a killer robot, rounds out the story nicely. He and Viswanathan go on some great ventures as friends, and his back and forth jealousy with Radcliffe adds some great comedy.

Miracle Workers: End Times season 4 review

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Miracle Workers isn’t all about the humor though. As with each season, there is a bit of emotion tied in as well. In End Times, the heart of it radiates from Freya and Sid’s relationship. They are growing up, maturing, sacrificing, and working towards building a family. While we don’t all do this in a post-apocalyptic world, we can still relate to the ups and downs of marriage and love. 

The fact that this series completely switches the story up every season in order to stay fresh and exciting is brilliant. This is a great way to keep viewers and fans entertained, and constantly on their toes. The actors involved are all top notch, and fantastic at what they do. Because every season features a totally new plot, they are able to show off their range, as well as grow closer as a cast. 

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Overall Thoughts

Miracle Workers: End Times is filled with ridiculous humor, incredible set pieces, amazing costumes, and even a bit of heart. Seeing this family come together time and time again, each season, in new and unique ways is inspiring. It feels as if no matter what, certain people are meant to be in every lifetime. 

While all of the seasons have been fantastic from beginning to end, season 4 is one of the best. This is likely due to the fact that the cast are so comfortable together now, they are willing to push the boundaries of themselves and others to deliver something special for fans.

With no Miracle Workers season 5 announced, End Times could very well be the end. If so, what a way to go out on top. Some of the dialogue spoken in the finale episode hits in a way that will have fans thinking this could be the end. And if so, this ensemble cast will certainly be missed. 

Another fantastic season, this series delivers some hilarious and ridiculous moments, but never leaves out the heart. The cast is phenomenal, constantly giving their all.

Rating: 4.5 out of 5

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About Miracle Workers: End Times

Miracle Workers: End Times follows a wasteland warrior (Daniel Radcliffe) and ruthless warlord (Geraldine Viswanathan) as they face the most dystopian nightmare of all: settling down in the suburbs. Together, they navigate the existential horrors of married life and small-town living, all under the dubious guidance of a wealthy junk trader (Steve Buscemi).

Also starring Jon Bass as the couple’s faithful war dog and Karan Soni as a kill-bot who loves to party.

Miracle Workers: End Times is streaming on TBS.