Original Title : The Detour Season 4 Episode 10: The Groom
Genre : Comedy
Air Date : 2019-08-20
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Overview : Nate finally gets married to save his family.
Jason Jones dishes on the plot of The Detour season 4
According to Jason Jones, The Detour season 4 finds the Parker family still on the run from the authorities, though with a bit of a twist.
Nearly two months after the end of its third season in March, co-creators Jason Jones and Samantha Bee’s comedy series The Detour was renewed for a fourth season by TBS. Since the cable network’s announcement last May, however, very little has been said publicly about what The Detour season 4 would entail for the Parker family. Are they still on the run from the authorities? Are they all still together? And who did they piss off this time?
Jason Jones talks The Detour season 4
While doing press for the upcoming Taraji P. Henson-led comedy film What Men Want, Jones spoke to Metro about all things The Detour.
“I’m in the audio mix for it right now, actually. I’m ramping up to be done with it,” he says. “We finished shooting at the end of October, I think. Then we took two weeks off and went to Budapest for a two-week shoot. I’m pretty sure Thanksgiving was our last day of photography.”
The technical details of making a TV show notwithstanding, Jones was more than willing to dish on what his character Nate Parker, his wife Robin Randall (Natalie Zea), and kids Delilah (Ashley Gerasimovich) and Jared (Liam Carroll) are up to in the new season. Fans of the series who watched all of season 3 should already know by now that Delilah got fed up with her father’s repeated escape plans and decided to run away. The Detour season 4 finds the rest of the family trying to find her.
“Our daughter ran away last season,” Jones explains. “She was sick and tired of living with us, so she’s gone. So we’re basically spending the bulk of the new season looking for her. It’s basically a ‘where in the world is our daughter?’ kind of season.”