Premiere Date Set for FX’s What We Do in the Shadows Season 4

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Based on Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi’s 2013 mockumentary of the same name, you’ll be able to sink your teeth into the fourth season of the critically acclaimed vampire series What We Do in the Shadows on July 12.

Nandor (Kayvan Novak), Laszlo (Matt Berry), Nadja (Natasia Demetriou), and Colin (Mark Proksch) are a coven of vampire roommates getting into crazy hijinks and awkward situations on New York’s Staten Island. The group has showdowns with werewolves, witches, and other supernatural creatures as they navigate through the modern-day era and customs with the help of Guillermo (Harvey Guillén), their human familiar.

In last year’s cliffhanger finale, we watched as Nandor, Guillermo, and Nadja broke up, parted ways, and left Staten Island. Nandor boards a train while Laszlo has packed Guillermo as a snack for Nadja in the event that she gets hungry on her journey. Laszlo is the only one remaining at the house on Staten Island, where he’s raising baby Colin, who had molted out of his old body into a baby.

Baby Colin in What We Do in the Shadows
Baby Colin will be a big part of What We Do In the Shadows Season 4

What We Do in the Shadows Season 4 will reunite the characters in their familiar abode, though it is said to be in complete disarray. With no income, and the house falling apart, the gang will have to band together to fix the dreary estate. Nandor will continue looking for love, while Nadja (in a bit of a True Blood move) will open a vampire nightclub. Laszlo will discover the pitfalls of raising a baby energy vampire, and Guillermo is set to go on an emotional quest.

As always, the show will take us on a vigorous tour of New York and New Jersey locations, including a supernatural “Night Market,” and will likely feature a host of special guest cameos throughout.

The first two episodes of What We Do in the Shadows Season 4 will air on FX on July 12 and be available to stream the next day on Hulu.

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Written by Sean Parker

Living just outside of Boston, Sean has always been facinated by what horror can tell us about contemporary society. He started writing music reviews for a local newspaper in his twenties and found a love for the art of thematic and symbolic analysis. Sean joined Horror Obsessive at it's inception, and is currently the site's Creative Director. He produces and edits the weekly Horror Obsessive podcast for the site as well as his interviews with guests. He has recently started his foray into feature film production as well, his credits include Alice Maio Mackay's Bad Girl Boogey, Michelle Iannantuono's Livescreamers, and Ricky Glore's upcoming Troma picture, Sweet Meats.

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