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Misfits: Series 4

Released on 26 December 2012

Featuring: Joseph Gilgun, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett & Matthew McNulty

Format: DVD | Rating: 18 years & over

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All eight episodes from the fourth series of the E4 comedy drama following a gang of teenage outsiders who find themselves saddled with superpowers after getting caught up in a storm. In this series, new characters Jess (Karla Crome), Finn (Nathan McMullen) and Alex (Matt Stokoe) are introduced, joining Curtis (Nathan Stewart Jarrett) and Rudy (Joe Gilgun) as they struggle to fend off a six-foot killer rabbit and the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
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 Average rating (6 reviews)

 Still Watchable but Missing Its Usual Spark

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With a number of the major story arcs wrapped up and yet more of the original characters not returning following the end of season three I was a little worried as to where the show would go from here on out. While this fourth season fortunately retains the series crude sense of humour and ability to tell the sorts of stories only Misfits can tell it lacks the intrigue created by those previously ongoing storylines, particularly the one regarding the mystery of the 'Future Simon'.

If you are a fan of seasons one to three your likely still enjoy this fourth season but having lost much of its original cast this can no longer be described as must watch television.

 Still Watchable but Missing Its Usual Spark

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With a number of the major story arcs wrapped up and yet more of the original characters not returning following the end of season three I was a little worried as to where the show would go from here on out. While this fourth season fortunately retains the series crude sense of humour and ability to tell the sorts of stories only Misfits can tell it lacks the intrigue created by those previously ongoing storylines, particularly the one regarding the mystery of the 'Future Simon'.

If you are a fan of seasons one to three your likely still enjoy this fourth season but having lost much of its original cast this can no longer be described as must watch television.

 Entertaining but lost it's spark

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I loved misfits seasons 1-3 however season 4 lacks the spark that made the others so special. This is definitely worth a watch as Rudy is still hilarious and the new characters grow on you though the first episode introduced them you will most likely find yourself not noticing them until later episodes due to how much is going off in the pilot for season 4.

Overall this is entertaining and is worth the four stars. We all loved the old cast but just because they have gone don't be so quick to judge the new cast as they might just turn around and surprise you. With the season finale ending on a cliffhanger it will leave wanting much more. Bring on season 5 and a movie whilst you're at it.

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I absoulty loved this series its funny and witty
yes series 1and 2 are the best but series 4
is still worth a buy plus there,s the new
paul potts in it

 DOESN'T LIVE UP TO SERIES 1-3

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Sorry to say, that Misfits Season 4 didn't live up to my expectations, even though it was still very good, I like the new cast Curtis, Rudy, Jess and Finn. But I just think the shows lost its touch, as it used to be dark and mysterious, yet funny. Now I feel like there was no particular gory scenes as we have seen in series 1-3 (except from the rabbit serial killer). Give it a watch, and if you are only just tuning into the show, may I suggest you watch series 1-3 first.

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ActorsJoseph Gilgun, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, Matthew McNulty, Karla Crome, Nathan McMullen, Matt Stokoe, Shaun Dooley, Francis Magee & Natasha O'Keeffe
Certificate18 years and over
Year2012
Screen1.78:1
LanguagesEnglish
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.