John Cahan and David Caspe’s “Black Monday” is a dark comedy series based on the actual Black Monday event in history. It is the day when the Wall Street stock market crashed the worst in history. Set in the 1980s, the show unveils the reasons behind the stock market crash. The series has developed a good fan base among the viewers and that’s why they are wondering about Black Monday Season 4. Here’s everything that we know.
The third season aired on Showtime on May 23, 2021, and concluded on August 1, 2021. It consisted of 10 episodes, each 30 minutes long. So far, we don’t have any updates regarding the renewal of Black Monday Season 4. As far as the show’s viewership is concerned, it is comparatively low as compared to other shows on the network. But it has managed to grab viewer’s attention somehow. Let’s hope for the best and wait for the show to get renewed.
What is the Story All About?
Black Monday unveils the biggest crash in the history of the Wall Street stock market. The show revolves around Maurice “Mo” Monroe, and how he and his boys penetrated into the boys club of Wall Street and created all the mess. Moreover, the show takes its audience back to October 19, 1887, when the dreadful Black Monday event occurred. In season 2, viewers saw Dawn sacrificing himself for Black Monday. Besides that, Mo became the head of The Mo Co. The third season follows Mo’s new life and his foes waiting to pull him down. We expect the story to continue in Black Monday Season 4.
The following people are expected in Black Monday Season 4:
- Don Cheadle as Maurice Monroe
- Andrew Rannells as Blair Pfaff
- Regina Hall as Dawn Darcy
- Paul Scheer as Keith Shankar
- Casey Wilson as Tiffany Georgina
- Yasir Lester as Yasir X
- Ken Marino as Larry
- June Diane Raphael as Corky Harr
- Michael Hitchcock as Pastor Newel