Mozart in the Jungle: Season 4 (2018)

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Season 4
Mozart in the Jungle

Critics Consensus

Mozart in the Jungle concludes with a frothy fourth season that functions as a romantic comedy, bringing the sparks and offering a thoughtful view on the complications of mixing relationships with work.

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Critic Ratings: 10

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Audience Score

User Ratings: 91
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Episodes

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Air date: Feb 16, 2018
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Air date: Feb 16, 2018
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Air date: Feb 16, 2018
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Air date: Feb 16, 2018
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Air date: Feb 16, 2018
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Air date: Feb 16, 2018
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Air date: Feb 16, 2018
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Air date: Feb 16, 2018
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Air date: Feb 16, 2018
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Air date: Feb 16, 2018

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Tv Season Info

New melodies arise as Rodrigo (Gael García Bernal) and Hailey (Lola Kirke) take their relationship public. Hailey struggles to prove herself as a conductor, while Rodrigo fights to keep his inspiration alive. Thomas (Malcolm McDowell) joins a start-up orchestra in Brooklyn that challenges Gloria (Bernadette Peters).

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Critic Reviews for Mozart in the Jungle Season 4

All Critics (10) | Top Critics (5)

There are plenty of interesting developments, as the series continues to further develop its eclectic ensemble, once centralized around a New York City symphony but now spread out to pursue a number of different pursuits.

Feb 26, 2018 | Full Review…

Slow start, but Tokyo eventually takes care of that.

Feb 15, 2018 | Rating: 3/4 | Full Review…
Top Critic

At its best, this show remains a classy good time.

Aug 28, 2018 | Full Review…

It's still cute and funny enough -- and perfect for the kind of bingeing where you're only intermittently paying attention to what's going on.

Feb 21, 2018 | Full Review…

Like any good orchestra, Mozart is bubbling with smart players who swell into a symphony of something greater. Go ahead and give it a listen.

Feb 20, 2018 | Full Review…

I especially like watching three of this series' supporting cast members: Malcolm McDowell, Bernadette Peters, and Saffron Burrows.

Feb 16, 2018 | Full Review…

It does the best job I've ever seen at seriously (but never overly soberly) examining the question of sex and romance in an artistic workplace where passion must be expressed.

Jan 7, 2019 | Full Review…

With a manageable episode count, delightful cast, and harmonious fusion of comedy and drama, Mozart In The Jungle is tailor-made for quick and copious consumption.

Feb 16, 2018 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…
Top Critic

Four seasons in is when you'd expect a series to jump the shark - or, in this case, the "sharp" - but the writers have been jumping sharks, real and imagined, all along.

Feb 14, 2018 | Rating: 4/4 | Full Review…

The rapturous melody underscoring the fourth season of this entrancing series is a symphony of love, as Mozart in the Jungle blossoms into a full-fledged bittersweet romcom likely to sweep you off your feet with its exotic passions.

Feb 14, 2018 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Mozart in the Jungle: Season 4

  • Jul 22, 2019
    Why did they cancel the show? I was hooked since season one and always looked forward for these episodes. It was funny, entertaining and it made me see at classical musical in a different way. Plus all the actors were amazing! This show has big ratings and great critics, I really don't understand how Amazon could let this get cancel. Such a shame. Mozart in the Jungle A+, Amazon F for canceling it! Im so disappointed at Amazon.
  • Sep 18, 2018
    One of the best shows on television! Amazon needs to bring it back for one more season and conclude this wonderful series with season 5.
  • Mar 14, 2018
    A powerfully seductive score and performance. Even more brilliant, beautiful, and daringly creative than the beloved inaugural season. At once passionately whimsical, comically frenetic, and poignantly understated. the season's narrative arc is rich with new motifs as well as playful variations on familiar themes. Bernal and Kirke have developed a captivating new rhythm in their navigation of the fraught relationship between artistic genius and human vulnerability. Torn between their desire for radical independence and their need for mentorship and emotional attachment, the aspiring virtuosos strive to insulate their creative freedom without severing bonds of love and ties that bind. within In the esoteric domain of their HIGHLY COMPETITIVE AND INCREASINGLY PRECARIOUS PROFESSION, they face a proliferating array of obstacles, including forms of sexism and paternalism that undermine their connection and their potential for fruitful collaboration. The show's script remains CLEVERLY POLITICAL in its treatment of class and gender. Avoiding what audiences might consider CONVENTIONALLY PARTISAN OR PREACHY, the show manages to elicit critical reflection both on the boundaries constraining artistic expression and on broader problems of discrimination, inequality, and patriarchy. poignant love stories abound, but the show's political awareness and NUANCED plot lines manage to suspend romantic clichés, avoiding the pitfalls of all-too-happy (and all-too-tragic) resolutions. EVERY EPISODE in this series is A MINI, MUSICAL MASTERPIECE, but each of their "endings" leaves viewers in a delightful state of contemplative suspense, begging for a new beginning, the beginning of another movement in a different key. the season 4 finale is brilliant in its own right, but also in the way leaves its audience wanting more. Like most fans of the show, I am, once again, intensely curious about the melodies, dissonance, and fleeting harmonies that lie ahead. Rodrigo de souza seems to share this restless curiosity. to quote the maestro (speaking to an apparition of his mentor, mozart): "yes, get to work, but doing what"? I Can't wait to find out, hermano. Encore!
  • Mar 08, 2018
    I just love this show. the music, the drama, all of it. Hope we get to enjoy more to come!!
  • Feb 22, 2018
    Love this series. The episodes in Japan are outstanding.
  • Feb 21, 2018
    The best season yet for Mozart in the Jungle, as it's as artistically focused as ever. With romance playing a big theme for this season, the show's attractive cast certainly comes off as dynamic (even if the sexual content remains fairly modest), and the show mines its best moments of drama and humor from its character relationships. The orchestral scenes are also more impressive this year, and its views into its world (from interpretive dancers, to conducting robots) is flourishing, and it's also occasionally surreal in a way that tickles rather than overbears. After a slightly disappointing third season, Mozart in the Jungle is back on track to being the pre-eminent series about artistic craft and dedication.
  • Feb 18, 2018
    This light and breezy show was fun while it lasted. At least we get to see Hailey come into her own.
  • Feb 17, 2018
    One of the best TV shows of all time. Undoubtedly. Really underrated, but give a chance this show will sweep you off your feet and leave you with a warm fuzzy feeling in your heart. And Gael Garcia Bernal, you motherfucking genius. I absolutely love you.
  • Feb 17, 2018
    Absolutely wonderful characters and acting I would give it a 20 I wish it was longer and had more episodes The seasons are to short!

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