FXs Breeders will continue to reproduce in a fourth season.
The comedy starring Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard got an extension from FX a day after the third season ended. The show is also about to add more international viewers as it becomes available on Star+ in Latin America and Disney+ under the Star banner elsewhere in the world. It’s streaming on Hulu in the United States and airing on Sky One in the UK
“Breeders has given us the special opportunity to see the Worsley family grow with each season and FX is excited to order a fourth season which will bring the next chapter of this hilarious yet brutally honest look at parenting in today’s world said Nick Grad, president of original programming at FX. “Our thanks go to creators Simon Blackwell, Chris Addison and Martin Freeman, the entire creative team, Daisy and the cast, the crew and everyone at Avalon, FX Productions and Sky. Their efforts are what guiding and supporting breeders, and we are happy to be part of that extended family.”
Season three dealt with the fallout of the Worsleys’ teenage son, Luke (Alex Eastwood), who beat his father, Paul (Freeman). After Paul moves out and stays with mother-in-law Leah (Stella Gonet), he discovers that a simpler life is appealing. Meanwhile, Ally (Haggard) has to deal with a young Ava (Eve Prenelle).
Made Blackwell, Addison and Freeman Breeders, with Blackwell (Veep, The Thick of It) as showrunner. They co-produce with Richard Allen-Turner, Rob Aslett, David Martin, Jon Thoday, Toby Welch and Michael Wiggs.
The comedy director Jon Mountague of Sky Studios and Tilusha Ghelani, the editor-in-chief, commissioned the series for Zai Bennett, director of content at Sky UK and Grad.