Free Rein Season 4 is one of the highly anticipated series among the show’s fans. It is one of the most famous and popular shows on Netflix. The show is a British television series. Vicki Lutas is the creator and Anna McCleery is the writer of the show. The show is produced by Lime Pictures.
The first season consisting of ten parts streamed on Netflix on 23rd June 2017. The second season streamed on 6th July 2018 and the third series on 6th July 2019. Since then there has been no official announcement of the show’s renewal.
Will There Be a Season 4?
Netflix has not officially announced the renewal of Free Rein for a fourth season. The show has garnered quite a following and there is still room for progress in the storyline. A photo on Twitter showed one of the stars responding to a fan that they are not making a new upcoming season. It is highly unlikely for Netflix to cancel the show due to its popularity but as there is no official announcement yet, it has got fans around the globe quite worried.
There were also rumors that the show will be returning on June 2020 which were found to be untrue by The Chicago Sentinel and Netflix has also been particularly quiet about the show’s future. Although keeping in mind the current situation of the world, the show might just be delayed. But as long as we don’t get an official statement it is hard to predict anything.
The Plot of The Show
The show revolves around a Los Angeles teenaged girl named Zoe Phillips. She spends all her summer vacation on an island off the coast of England. There she meets a very beautiful and mysterious horse named Raven and the two become close.
At the end of season 3, we see a video of Zoe riding at a school in Florida and now Gaby played by Charlotte Jordan wants her to audition. If the audition goes well, she will have to leave her friends behind. This will form an excellent storyline if the show is renewed for a fourth season.
The Cast of the Show
The cast of the show includes Jaylen Barron as Zoe Phillips, Freddy Carter, Manpreet Bambra, Kerry Ingram, Bruce Earle, Celine Buckens, Navia Robinson, Caroline Ford, Charlotte Jordan, Joe Ashman, Noah Huntley, Seth Carr, Carla Woodcock, Natalie Gumede, Geoffrey McGivern, Martin Bobb, Ryan Sands, Anna Passey, Joe Sims, T’Nia Miller, Holly Hayes among others.