Catastrophe: Season 4

Catastrophe: Season 4

Catastrophe: Season 4

In the final season of the Emmy-nominated rom-com series, Rob and Sharon continue to find the love in their marriage despite difficult challenges like a desceased mother, a serious neck injury, and going out to dinner with friends.

2019UK
ComedyRomance
Creator:
Sharon Horgan ('Divorce', 'Motherland', 'Women on the Verge')Rob Delaney
Cast:
Sharon HorganRob DelaneyMark BonnarAshley Jensen
EPISODE 4.1

Episode 1

A new acquaintance becomes increasingly friendly with Rob, while Sharon dabbles in a new hobby.

EPISODE 4.2

Episode 2

Rob's newly religious sister Sidney visits from the US, and a child's accident at school reveals a surprising teacher-pupil rapport to Sharon.

EPISODE 4.3

Episode 3

Sharon and Rob decide to get on a fitness drive. When Sharon visits her less-than- sympathetic local GP it dawns on her she's not in the peak condition she imagined.

EPISODE 4.4

Episode 4

Rob is pretty unenthusiastic about celebrating brother-in-law Fergal's 40th birthday, while Sharon comes face-to-face with her mum's 'new man'.

EPISODE 4.5

Episode 5

Sharon is unsettled by a strange moisture patch at school, while Rob's big boss visits London and takes a close interest in his career. Fran and Chris make a major decision.

EPISODE 4.6

Episode 6

In the final episode, Sharon and Rob arrive in Boston for a family holiday only to receive some tragic news about Rob's mum, Mia.

Catastrophe: Season 4 / Reviews

The Guardian

The Guardian

It is as warmly vicious, and viciously warm, as it has always been, and its acid tone cuts through with as much originality as it did in 2015.

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Collider

Collider

Catastrophe’s series finale is powerful, but one that could have used several more episodes of full exploration. Instead, it’s distilled down to the most emotional whiplash-inducing narrative moments, culminating in an accord between Rob and Sharon that seems to be pointing towards a future while never losing sight of their unsteady beginnings.

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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

Exceptional British dramedy. ... Delaney and Horgan give their deepest and most moving performances yet in the series finale.

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