Thanks to the pandemic and the production difficulties linked to a costume series that has always had the flavor of the blockbuster, it took us almost two years before witnessing the return of The wonderful Mrs. Maisel, the wonderful series created by Amy Sherman-Palladino that launched Rachel Brosnahan’s career. Amazon Prime Video has, however, finally broken the silence: the fourth season of the series will debut on February 18th picking up where it left off. With Midge trying for the umpteenth time to patch up his mistakes trying to build a comic credibility in a New York not open to women and studded with thousands of pastel-colored coats and crocodile handbags.
In the new teaser we witness an interview between Midge and his manager Susie during which the two women look for a way to raise the stakes and ensure that Ms. Maisel has a prominent role in the world of comedy. The company, which the two have been chasing since the first season, will not be easy, but we hope that, at this point of the plot, the good opportunity has come to witness the definitive rise of Midge without getting in the way complications of his turbulent daily and love life. Eyes, of course, are all on her: Rachel Brosnahan, already Emmy winner who, in the first official poster de The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel 4, poses with red lipstick, lacquered nails and soft waves in her hair behind the inseparable microphone that accompanies her shows.
The expectation, of course, is very high, and everyone hopes that the series will be able, at this stage, to make that leap that allows the story to reach a turning point capable of giving an accelerated career to Midge. and his personal growth, which has stalled somewhat over the past two seasons. Together with her we will meet the other historical cast members, from Tony Shalhoub to Alex Borstein, more than the new entries like Jackie Hoffman and Allison Guinn. The latest episodes of the series date back to December of 2019, just before the world stopped, and perhaps, that’s also why we’re so eager to delight in Midge’s snide jokes.