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Since The Secret of the Old Clock came out in 1930, Nancy Drew has been one of America’s favorite fictional characters. Since then, the story has been told in many different ways, from TV shows to video games. The CW’s newest show started in 2019, and its fourth season is coming out soon. This version of Nancy Drew isn’t on her own. Instead, she has a group of dependable friends who help her. Unfortunately, by the end of Season 3, Temperance (who used to be played by Olivia Taylor Dudley) has cursed Ace so that he can’t date Nancy. In the following season, Nancy will have more than one mystery to solve, but she will get help from her job and her family. Here is everything we know about Nancy Drew’s fourth and last season.
Kennedy McMann as Nancy Drew
Alex Saxon as Ace
Alex Saxon as Ace
Nancy Drew Season 4 Release date
Season 4 of Nancy Drew has already been shot, but it took a while for us to find out when it would come out. We now know that the fourth season of Nancy Drew will start on May 31 at 8 p.m. ET on The CW. “The Dilemma of the Lover’s Curse” is the name of the first episode.
The only way to watch Nancy Drew for free is on The CW app and channel, mostly for people in the United States. The show will also be available on Max and on apps like Vudu, Apple TV, and Prime Video, where it can be bought. People from all over the world should go to Max as soon as the show comes out. In the meantime, you can watch Seasons 1-3 of Nancy Drew, which are all now streaming on Max.
Trailer for Nancy Drew Season 4?
There is, yes! On May 16, the trailer for Season 4 of Nancy Drew came out. You can watch it in the player above. The 30-second teaser shows “ghosts, demons, and spiders” and says that Nancy and her friends will face more dangers before the story ends.
Nancy Drew Season 4 Plot?
McMann talked about the future of the Drew Crew to sum up the next season. What she said was:
“A lot of the season is about becoming an adult and each of [The Drew Crew’s] own personal journeys in that way. From a career perspective even, they’re all starting their official adult lives in a lot of ways. They’ve moved out of their parent’s houses if they lived there before. Nancy’s opened her investigator business. George is studying law. Bess is the new Keeper of the Historical Society. Nick is sorta figuring out where he stands with everything now that Nick and George are broken up. Ace just started working at the morgue.
There’s sorta all of these branches that have happened… There’s also the sort of primary mystery of the season which kicks off in the first episode that inherently unites them, and they all will be working together to solve that throughout the season.”
Also, Landau and Melinda Hsu, both executive producers, talked to Entertainment Weekly about the next season. The producers paid much attention to what happened to Ace and Nancy after the curse. “We will pick up with Ace wanting to know why Nancy ran out of his apartment like that,” they said. “When we start season 4, he will think about asking her, “Are you in trouble?” “Why did Nancy run out of my apartment just when I thought she would kiss me? I bet she’s in trouble, and I need to find out what’s going on.”
Fans of the show know that this couple has been getting closer over the past three seasons. The producers also talked about that relationship and said, “It’s only making it worse, for sure. For me, this show has always been about the love and longing that is building up between the characters, especially between Nancy and Ace. The next season will be all about this supernatural problem. Still, rumors exist that another force will step in before Nancy can return to Ace. We don’t know what it could be, but we hope to find out soon. Here’s what we know about the season so far:
Season Four begins as Nancy (Kennedy McMann) launches a new investigation to find a group of missing bodies from Horseshoe Bay’s cemetery that have been dug up and stolen – or have possibly risen. As Nancy is drawn into this ghostly case, a string of unexplained paranormal crimes leads the Drew Crew to believe that the literal sins of the town’s past have returned to haunt the living. Meanwhile, Nancy struggles with yearning for Ace (Alex Saxon), the man she loves. But when a slow-burning attraction begins between Nancy and the son of Ryan Hudson’s (Riley Smith) newest enemy, Nancy must decide whether this love interest is worth the ire of both her father and Ace – whose own heart may be tempted by a new relationship too.