Shining Vale Season 2 Episode 4 Release Date: “Shining Vale” is a comedy-horror TV show by Courteney Cox, Greg Kinnear, Sherilyn Fenn, Mira Sorvino, Merrin Dungey, and Judith Light star in. The show was written by Jeff Astrof and Sharon Horgan. The show was picked up for a second season and will start on Starz on March 6, 2022.
The story is about a dysfunctional family led by Patricia “Pat” Phelps, a famous author who used to be a wild kid. They move to a small town and find out about the town’s dark past. As Pat deals with problems in her own life, the strange things that are happening in the house become more real. Now that October is over and only a few days remain until the series comes out, we thought it would be a good idea to give you a full rundown of when each episode will be available.
Shining Vale Season 2 Episode 4 Release Date
Shining Vale’s fourth episode of its second season will come out on November 3, 2023. Starting with the first episode, new shows will come out every Friday night after that. “Chapter 12 – Smile” is the name of the fourth episode. In terms of time, the release plan is as follows for all time zones:
- Pacific Time – 6:35 p.m
- Central Time –8:35 p.m
- Eastern Time – 9:35 p.m
- United Kingdom – 02:35 a.m
- Central Europe – 03:35 a.m
Where to Watch Shining Vale Episode 4?
Shining Vale Season 2 will also start on Starz, with the first episode available at midnight ET on the same date as the first season. You can watch the show on demand and on the Starz app. After this, new episodes will come out every Friday. At this point, it’s not clear if the first two episodes will be revealed at the same time as they were in Season 1, or if fans will have to wait. Fans of the show in the UK will be able to watch it on Lionsgate+. In the US, you can also watch Season 1 of Shining Vale on Prime Video and The Roku Channel right now.
All About Shining Vale Season 2
Shining Vale Season 1 left a lot of questions that Season 2 will have to solve. With that in mind and some story information already out there, we have a pretty good idea of what to expect from Season 2. After Pat was taken to the hospital after attempting to kill her husband with an axe, Season 2 starts four months after she was released.
Because of what happened at the end of Season 1, there are probably a lot of problems between the Phelps group. These problems are likely even harder to fix than before. Also, the date-based puzzle of Rosemary’s past is likely to be a big part of Season 2. There will be a lot more questions to be answered and, most importantly, even more morbid comedy.
The Cast of Shining Vale Season 2
Shining Vale Season 1 had a great group that worked together perfectly. The ensemble performances were definitely the best part of the first season. Because of this, there was a lot of hope among fans that Season 2 would have an equally strong or even stronger group. Those hopes came true, as almost the whole cast from Season 1 came back.
Courteney Cox as the brilliantly realized horror author Pat Phelps, Greg Kinnear as Terry Phelps, Dylan Gage as Jake Phelps, Gus Birney as Gaynor Phelps, Mira Sorvino as Rosemary Wellingham in “Mighty Aphrodite,” Merrin Dungey as Kam in “Alias,” Sherilyn Fenn as Robyn Court in “Twin Peaks,” Judith Light as Joan in “The Menu,” Alysia Reiner as Kathryn in “Sideways,” and Derek Luh as Ryan He in “Runaways.”
And there are many more actors in this cast. In Season 2, there will be both known and new faces. This is what every great show does with a second season: they add new characters. But we do know that Allison Tolman (Krampus) will be joining the cast in an unnamed part. We don’t know how many other new faces we will see.
“Shining Vale” is a comedy-horror TV show starring Courteney Cox, Greg Kinnear, Sherilyn Fenn, Mira Sorvino, Merrin Dungey, and Judith Light. The second season will start on Starz on March 6, 2022, and follows a dysfunctional family led by author Patricia “Pat” Phelps. The show will be available on demand and on the Starz app, with new episodes released every Friday. Season 2 will address the problems left by Season 1, including the date-based puzzle of Rosemary’s past. The cast includes Cox, Kinnear, Gage, Birney, Sorvino, Dungey, Fenn, Light, Reiner, and Luh.