YouTube Premium’s longest-running series is back.
The fourth-season trailer for racy comedy Foursome dropped this week, and while it’s still packed full of YouTube talent like leading lady Jenn McAllister (3.4 million subscribers) and Rickey Thompson (900,000 subscribers), the hit show’s next installment is noticeably absent Logan Paul, who played McAllister’s overbearing older brother Alec for the first three seasons. Paul was cut from the series in January following his widely-criticized video showing a dead body in Japan’s Aokigahara forest.
Foursome follows four friends through the trials and tribulations of being teenagers. In this latest season, set to premiere on Oct. 24, the OG foursome reunites for one last epic summer together before some of them graduate, leaving McAllister’s character to face her junior and senior years of high school alone.
The series, which has pulled in some impressive viewership numbers for YouTube (the first episode of season three debuted to an audience of 4.6 million viewers, the company says), also stars Cameron Moulene and Sarah Gilman, and features James Morosini, Jesse Leigh, Monica Sherer, Rahart Adams, John Milhiser, and Maddy Whitby. It is produced by leading tween/teen-focused network AwesomenessTV.
Awesomeness was recently acquired by Viacom, and its new parent company this week announced plans to continue other running series, like non-paywalled influencer-focused series Growing Up Eileen. Awesomeness will also be premiering new shows, including Overthinking with Kat & June, a comedy about the anxious inner life of two friends, and over on Hulu, supernatural teen drama Light as a Feather and comedy Pen15.
You can check out Foursome‘s season four trailer below: