It’s back to the future this weekend for TBS’ screwball LAPD comedy. Just like it did for its rookie year in 2016, Season 4 of Angie Tribeca will be available to binge with a two-night marathon this weekend. Watch the new trailer above.
Episodes 1-5 of the new season starring Rashida Jones as the title cop will air starting at 8 p.m. Saturday, followed by 6-10 at 8 p.m. Sunday. The series launched with a 25-hour marathon in January 2016.
There are a couple of new series-regular faces for this go-round, with Bobby Cannavale playing Tribeca’s estranged son Angie Jr. and Kiersey Clemons as Maria Charo, a rebellious genius recruited from a local college who speaks 50 different languages — but only at the tourist level. She also is a tech expert, whose only weakness is computers.
Here’s the typically madcap season logline from TBS: It’s been 20 years since the law wrongfully turned on Detective Angie Tribeca (Jones) and tossed her in jail. Now, Tribeca is out, reunited with her team, Lt. Atkins (Jere Burns), Dr. Scholls (Andrée Vermeulen), estranged son Angie Jr. and the young and brilliant Maria Charo fighting for the good guys. Or so they think. No, they are. Or, are they? They are. Just kidding. Or are we?
The press notes, however, make no mention of Season 1-3 regulars Hayes MacArthur (as Detective Jay Geils) or Deon Cole (Detective DJ Tanner). But don’t fret: Tanner’s K-9 sidekick Jagger is back.
Season 4 of the Police Squad!-esque series premieres 21 months after the previous season bow and nearly a year and a half after the series-renewal order was made. Angie Tribeca is executive produced by series creators Nancy and Steve Carell, with Ira Ungerleider serving as executive producer and showrunner.