Insecure: Season 4 (2020)


Season 4
Insecure

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Insecure continues to be one of the funniest, warmest, and most beautifully-shot comedies that takes full advantage of its sunny L.A. setting.

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Critic Ratings: 20

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User Ratings: 87

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Air date: Apr 12, 2020

With Condola's guidance, Issa prepares for a mixer in her courtyard to pitch the block party to potential sponsors, but tensions arise when they discover a mutual connection; Molly begins to develop unexpected feelings for Andrew.

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Air date: Apr 19, 2020

When Issa and Condola decide to confront the elephant in the room head-on, Lawrence gets uncomfortable; in search of a real connection, Molly struggles to get Andrew to open up during a date night.

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Air date: Apr 26, 2020

While Molly's family celebrates Thanksgiving together, Issa and Ahmal decide to do their own thing; when Lawrence joins Friendsgiving at Condola's house, the new couple breaks some awkward ground.

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Air date: May 3, 2020

The women get together to help Tiffany with her new baby girl; Issa struggles to finalize key details for the block party and turns to Molly to leverage Andrew's connections.

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Air date: May 10, 2020

With the block party finally here, Issa is determined to deliver a memorable event, despite some surprises; Tiffany enjoys a break from her baby, Kelli entertains a gullible new boo, and Molly attempts to put a grudge on hold.

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Air date: May 17, 2020

In need of some positive vibes after the block party, Issa goes out of her way to do good for random people across Los Angeles, eventually turning to an unlikely source for comfort; Kelli urges her friends to reconcile.

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Air date: May 24, 2020

Molly and Andrew take off for their first couples' vacation with Andrew's brother, Victor, and his wife, Lydia, and the trip is smooth sailing until a hotel employee steps out of line; Molly reevaluates her inability to let things go.

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Air date: May 31, 2020

Issa and Lawrence catch up and talk about life, careers, past mistakes, and what makes each of them happy.

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Air date: Jun 7, 2020

Issa considers doing Nathan a favor; Dr. Rhonda and Andrew ask Molly to consider a different approach in dealing with people who have wronged her.

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Air date: Jun 14, 2020

Molly takes Andrew to a work function, and they struggle to see eye-to-eye; Issa continues to search for happiness; the girls get a distressing call about a friend.

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Cast & Crew

Issa Rae
Issa

Actor
Yvonne Orji
Molly

Actor
Y'lan Noel
Daniel King

Actor
Natasha Rothwell
Kelli

Actor
Amanda Seales
Tiffany DuBois

Actor
Jay Ellis
Lawrence

Actor
Alexander Hodge
Andrew

Actor
Christina Elmore
Condola

Guest Star
Jean Elie
Ahmal

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Tyrone Evans Clark
Super Hip-Hop

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Camille Chen
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Issa Rae
Executive Producer
Prentice Penny
Executive Producer
Melina Matsoukas
Executive Producer
Michael Rotenberg
Executive Producer
Dave Becky
Executive Producer
Jonathan Berry
Executive Producer
Amy Aniobi
Executive Producer
Jim Kleverweis
Executive Producer
Laura Kittrell
Co-Executive Producer
Phil Augusta Jackson
Co-Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for Insecure: Season 4

Audience Reviews for Insecure: Season 4

  • Nov 18, 2021
    Some of the time jumps in Insecure in-between episodes (without being clear there was one) can be jarring, and there seem to be more of them as seasons go than there were in the beginning. However, you can sense Issa and the writers grow in confidence as they keep figuring out their voices and characters, and Season 4 delivers more of the unflinching, fair-minded depictions of conflict that sets it apart from almost any other contemporary drama series.
  • Feb 26, 2021
    after a long hiatus Issa Rae and co. are back for another season of 'Insecure' Issa this time around is focusing on herself, she plans to put together a block party which is 4 months away, Molly is back in the dating game and starts to develop feelings for Andrew, Tiffany is expecting, and to top it all off Condola her co-worker is dating her ex Lawrence Issa has a new slew of obstacles to face along with everyone else, with this block party on particular she wants to show a great level of black excellence to the community She still has that wonderful sass and comedic energy though Molly wants a guy who's open and real yet maybe she's only focusing on the negatives too much, maybe secretly inside she's miserable and believes Issa only uses people for her own benefit Lawrence and Condola have yet to cement their relationship but have to choose what they really want out of it Lawrence might also have some personal baggage he may have been keeping to himself which could explain why he and Issa parted ways Tiffany seems alright but is actually struggling on the inside Issa here has to choose her own happiness and feels that she shouldn't have to apologize every time something goes wrong None of us are perfect, we have to surround ourselves with stuff that makes us happy and cut out the bad, we all grow up in many unexpected ways, it's best not to revert back to old habits, even parents have a hard time adjusting to their freedom/duties ‘Insecure' has done a great job showing Issa and the rest of her friends grow through the many strains of modern love, friendships, and relationships Lots of drama but lots of laughs to go with too Issa Rae continues to demonstrate her unique talent for living the typical black female experience in America Of course anybody can identify with her many insecurities since they're inescapable The show looks great and feels great with many of the characters friendships often imploding on themselves but on each other, too Here's hoping the 5th and final season can tie a nice bow around all the challenges she's gone through and see if they were worth it
  • Aug 02, 2020
    It just keeps getting better each season... Not even my genre of choice, but I'm hooked
  • Jul 31, 2020
    I've seen every episode of this series and this season was a bit uneventful. Other than the episode where Molly goes on vacation and of course the season finale, it wasn't as good as other seasons. Basically the entire season was Issa and Molly fighting, and Molly and her boyfriend fighting.
  • Jul 16, 2020
    Still smart, maybe a little too fast
  • Jul 15, 2020
    Another show to add what I believe to be the Golden age of TV. I'm emotionally invested in these characters
  • Jun 27, 2020
    Another excellent season.
  • Jun 15, 2020
    Another insightful, wry and timely season for Insecure, that really sees all the characters growing more palpable, and the scripts more bountiful.
  • May 26, 2020
    This season so far has been pretty great! Although, I'm soooo tired of Molly's crazy Azz character. Blah, and this most recent episode 7..a whole episode with nothing but Molly..nooo, I would like to challenge the writers..okay we get it, if no one else is "Insecure" on this show, it's Molly, but can we please help her work through some of her insecurities and make her less of a bitch..that would be awesome!😁
  • May 18, 2020
    This season is AMAZING! I think a lot of people that aren't ready for growth in their lives will kind of hate on this season because the relationships that we have grown to love are shifting drastically and forcing fans that relate to the core characters to grow with their favs or get left behind. I like the trajectory so far because it is dealing with the reality of adulthood and the fact that not everyone is meant to stay in your life forever. Some people are meant to get you to a certain point in n your life, and then it is up to you to choose how you want to live. In terms of style and production design, the show is blooming and stretching the conventions that we've grown accustom to as fans. I love how those aspects connect with the theme of the season. Can't wait to see how the show wraps up this season!

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