By Tambay A. Obenson | Shadow and Act December 16, 2011 at 10:35AM
Those in the UK are already enjoying season 3 of the quirky, vulgar, smart teen dramedy Misfits, which began airing on channel E4 at the end of October, while those of us in the US are waiting for season 3 to premiere on Hulu for stateside fans of the series (and I know several S&A readers are), which will happen on December 19, with all new episodes every Monday (the first 2 seasons are currently on Hulu, and other VOD channels for those not familiar with the series).
Season 3 ends in the UK with the final episode ariring this Sunday, December 18, and this morning brings word that a 4th season of Misfits has been given the greenlight and ordered by the network.
Development has already begun, but no word on what we can expect, or when it'll air - likelt next fall.
Also, nothing new to report on the stateside remake of the series for American television, other than to say that Howard Overman, who created the series, is indeed working on an American version with Josh Schwartz, the creative force behind shows like The OC, Gossip Girl and Chuck - none of them shows that I watch.