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Santa Clarita Diet Season 4: Exploring The Possible Comeback Of Drew Barrymore’s Show

Fans of the undead comedy-horror TV series ‘Santa Clarita Diet’ were shocked when it was canceled by Netflix after just three seasons in 2019. Starring Drew Barrymore and Timothy Olyphant, the show was a hit with audiences for its unique blend of humor, gore, and heart. But despite the outcry from fans, it seemed that the show was officially buried. However, there have been recent rumors and hints that ‘Santa Clarita Diet’ might be coming back for a fourth season, leaving fans hopeful for the return of their favorite undead couple.

Have you been missing Drew Barrymore’s hilarious zombie antics as much as we have? Well, get ready to feast your eyes on some exciting news. We’ve got the inside scoop on the possible comeback of ‘Santa Clarita Diet’ and our favorite undead realtor in season four. So sit back, grab a snack (just make sure it’s not human flesh), and get ready to sink your teeth into some juicy details.

‘Santa Clarita Diet’: A Quick Refresher

‘Santa Clarita Diet’ is a Netflix original show that premiered in 2017. The show stars Drew Barrymore as Sheila Hammond, a real estate agent who becomes a zombie after eating some bad clams. Along with her husband Joel, played by Timothy Olyphant, Sheila tries to maintain her normal life while dealing with her newfound appetite for human flesh.

Did Santa Clarita Diet Get Canceled?

After three seasons, Netflix canceled ‘Santa Clarita Diet’ in 2019. The show had a dedicated fan base, but it wasn’t enough to save it from the chopping block. At the time, Netflix cited declining viewership as the reason for the cancellation.

The Hope For Season Four

Despite the cancellation, there’s still a chance ‘Santa Clarita Diet’ could return for a fourth season. While ‘Santa Clarita Diet’ may not have had the same level of viewership as some of Netflix’s other shows, it did have a dedicated fan base. Fans have taken to social media to express their love for the show and their desire to see it return. In interviews since the show’s cancellation, creator Victor Fresco and executive producer Tracy Katsky have both expressed a willingness to bring the show back.

While Netflix has canceled many of its original shows, it’s also brought back several others that were initially canceled. For example, ‘Arrested Development,’ ‘Lucifer,’ and ‘Gilmore Girls’ all got revived on Netflix after being canceled by their original networks.

The Scoop On Season Four

Of course, even if ‘Santa Clarita Diet’ does return for a fourth season, we don’t know what the show would be about. However, there are some hints from the show’s creators about what we might expect. In a 2019 interview with Entertainment Weekly, Fresco said that he had ‘big plans’ for Joel and Sheila‘s story and that he was excited to explore some of the other characters more in future seasons.

While there’s no official word on whether ‘Santa Clarita Diet’ will return for a fourth season, there are plenty of reasons to hope. With a devoted fan base, a willing cast and crew, and a history of reviving canceled shows, it’s possible that we’ll get to see more of Sheila and Joel’s adventures in the future. Here’s hoping!

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