Ackley Bridge Season 4 Updated: ACKLEY BRIDGE IS BACK ON OUR DEVICES FOR THE FOURTH SEASON, BUT WILL THE NEXT SEASON BE BROUGHT TO NETFLIX? After nearly two years away from our screens, Ackley Bridge returns for its much anticipated fourth season.
The main protagonists have since perished, and the episode now has a new narrative, however the upcoming season will be quite different. Nonetheless, some fans have wondered if Season 4 of Ackley Bridge would be accessible on Netflix.
Ackley Bridge Season 4 on Channel 4
Ackley Bridge will return to Channel 4 for its fourth season on April 19th, 2021. Following the events of Season 3, the next series, which has a new format and a 30-minute running duration, is set to feature some fresh faces.
Kayla – a typically blended girl, Fizza – Kayla’s closest friend, Marina – Kayla’s evil sister, Johnny – a former pupil from a Romany Gypsy band, and a slew of other characters we’ve grown to know and love over the previous seasons – all gain importance in version 4.
Is Season 4 coming to Netflix?
Season 4’s Netflix release date has not yet been revealed. Apart from that, it doesn’t appear like the fourth season will be affected, given the third season has yet to be made available on Netflix. The third season of Ackley Bridge broadcast on Channel 4 over two years ago, and it has yet to be uploaded on Netflix, leaving us to wonder whether it will ever be.
Seasons 1 and 2 of Ackley Bridge (both of which are accessible on Netflix) appear to be there to introduce fans to the series before enticing them over to Channel 4 and its All 4 subscription scheme.
Similarly, members in the Americas may watch the first three episodes of Ackley Bridge on Acorn Channel, which is offered as a $5.99 per month add-on package from Amazon Prime Video.
GET COMPLIMENTARY ACCESS TO THE ACKLEY BRIDGE
You may have to wait a little longer for the third and fourth seasons of Ackley Bridge to arrive on Netflix. Nonetheless, Channel 4’s All 4 membership service now offers free downloads of all four seasons. True, every episode from Season 1 onwards, as well as the complete fourth season, is accessible for free watching, but you will be subjected to advertising.