The Good Place's fate revealed beyond season 3

NBC’s fantasy-comedy The Good Place will return for a fourth season.

Created by Parks and Recreation‘s Michael Schur, The Good Place stars Kristen Bell and Ted Danson, with its third season currently winding down.

It’s also recently been announced that the show will launch on E4 on December 13 at 9pm, which means UK viewers can access it without needing a streaming service account.

Unfortunately, there’s still no update on that Parks and Recreation crossover, though.

The Good Place actor William Jackson Harper, who plays Chidi Anagonye, recently confirmed that Bell’s character Eleanor is in fact bisexual.

“I think it’s great,” he said. “It’s not something we don’t talk about, she talks about it, and we all kind of accept it instead of, you know, go ‘hey let’s unpack that, let’s talk about it’.

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“No one bats an eye at it, and that’s certainly true of people that I hang out with, if someone says they’re attracted to whatever person and it’s not something we have follow up questions on. It’s just how they are.”

Former T4 presenter Jameela Jamil, who plays Eleanor’s fellow Good Place resident Tahani Al-Jamil, also recently admitted that she was initially unsure about being on the show because she was worried about “making an absolute tit of myself in front of the entire world”.

The Good Place will debut on E4 on December 13 at 9pm, while the show airs on NBC in the US, with episodes premiering a day later on Netflix.

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