“Resident Alien” Season 4 Ordered for the Show’s Move to USA Network

After three seasons on SYFY, the sci-fi/comedy series “Resident Alien” is getting a fourth season and moving over to the USA Network, Deadline reports this afternoon.

Deadline notes, “With the relocation to USA, NBCU is looking to expose Resident Alien to a broader audience, a crossover potential the series’ successful run on Netflix hinted at.”

“Like Season 3, Season 4 will be available on NBCU’s streamer Peacock, with future windowing plans still being worked out,” the website also notes in today’s fresh report.

“Resident Alien” is based on the same-titled line from Dark Horse Comics.

The series follows a crash-landed alien named Harry (Alan Tudyk) whose secret mission is to kill all humans. “In Season 3,” Deadline recaps, “Harry vowed to work with General McCallister to rid the Earth of the Grey aliens, a task made more difficult when he discovered that the Grey Hybrid Joseph had taken a job in town as the new Deputy. In addition, Harry struggled to balance business and his personal life when he fell in love for the first time.”

Sara Tomko, Corey Reynolds, Alice Wetterlund, Levi Fiehler, Elizabeth Bowen, Judah Prehn and Meredith Garretson also star in “Resident Alien” alongside Tudyk (Tucker & Dale vs. Evil).

Chris Sheridan is the showrunner for the series, which premiered back in 2021.

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