The Last O.G. Renewed for a Fourth Season at TBS
TBS has officially renewed Tracy Morgan and Jordan Peele’s hit comedy series The Last O.G. for a fourth season. The network has also announced that writer-comedian Owen Smith (black-ish) will be taking over from Keenan Ivory Waynes as the series’ new showrunner. This renewal comes after over four months since the acclaimed series concluded its 10-episode third season.
“I am so excited that we get to make another season of ‘The Last O.G.,” Morgan said in a statement (via The Futon Critic). “All I ever want to do is try and bring joy to people which is hard right now but I appreciate that we will have the chance to go back to work and do what we can to make the world a little brighter.”
Smith added, “I was already a big fan of the show so getting the opportunity to helm this production and work with this amazing cast and crew is a huge honor. I’m looking forward to telling stories that humanize Black men in ways that are not just comedic but relevant and real.”
After serving his time at the halfway house and having his food truck go up in flames, season three finds Tray (Morgan) searching for a new place to live and new forms of income. He lands in gentrified Brooklyn, where he begins giving “hood legend” walking tours of the city that is forever changing around him. Meanwhile, Tray’s ex-girlfriend Shay (Tiffany Haddish) is presented with the business opportunity of a lifetime, which could mean big changes for the whole family.
The Last O.G. is executive produced by Tracy Morgan, Jordan Peele for Monkeypaw Productions, Eric Tannenbaum and Kim Tannenbaum for The Tannenbaum Company, Joel Zadak of Artists First, Keenen Ivory Wayans, Carl Jones, and Steve Ast.
Co-executive producers include Jason Wang for The Tannenbaum Company and Win Rosenfeld for Monkeypaw Productions.