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'Less Than Kind' Returning For Fourth And Final Season

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The cast of 'Less Than Kind.' | HBO Canada

It looks like we're heading back to Winnipeg one last time for a bittersweet summer of turmoil and goodbyes in this fourth and final season of the award-winning "Less Than Kind."

Opening with two back-to-back episodes on Sunday, June 2 at 8 p.m. ET/MT, nothing is certain but change for the quirky Blechers. Following its debut, new episodes premiere in their regular time slot, Sundays at 8:30 p.m. ET/MT, on HBO Canada.

"We are so happy to bring the Blechers back for the fourth and concluding chapter of 'Less Than Kind,'" says executive producer, writer and showrunner Mark McKinney. "The series has been blessed by an amazing cast that only grew stronger and funnier each season. This season's storyline brings their characters’ journeys to a very satisfying finish."

On the heels of recognition at the WGC Awards, Canadian Screen Awards, and Canadian Comedy Awards, including top honours as Best Comedy at the inaugural Canadian Screen Awards, Season 4 of "Less Than Kind" draws to a close during a period of transition for the Blechers.

Anne (Wendel Meldrum) is still dealing with anxiety at the looming loss of Sheldon (Jesse Camacho) to a gap-year adventure and to the advances of employee Jim Sheridan (Nicholas Campbell). Newly engaged Josh (Benjamin Arthur) pursues a career at Manitoba Labels in order to move out, move up and start his own family with the increasingly demanding Shandra (Lisa Anne Durupt). Aunt Clara (Nancy Sorel) finds herself facing the harsh prospect of unwelcome spinsterhood.

As for the loveable teenage trio -- Sheldon, Miriam (Brooke Palsson) and Danny (Tyler Johnston) -- their relationships will be strained to the breaking point by a series of tumultuous events. Life will never be the same again for the Blechers. And that might not be bad.

Season 4 of "Less Than Kind" premieres on June 2 at 8 p.m. ET/MT.

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