Get Your First Look at 'The Durrells in Corfu' Season 4

The cast of "The Durrells in Corfu" (Photo: ITV)
The cast of "The Durrells in Corfu" (Photo: ITV)

The end of an era is approaching: The Durrells in Corfu will be the series’ last. But that doesn’t mean that show won’t go out with plenty of heartwarming family moments before then.

The Durrells' final bow begins this weekend on ITV in the U.K. Viewers here in the States likely won’t see Season 4 until later this year, likely sometime in the Fall if previous patterns hold. (No official U.S. airdate has yet been announced.)

But, you can get a sneak peek at the final season now, thanks to the U.K. trailer released by ITV.

The official synopsis gives us a few more details about what to expect from the final set of episodes.

Following the events of the last series, the future is looking bright for the Durrells, with all of the family channelling their heartbreak in different ways. Choosing to keep herself busy, Louisa has opened the doors of the family villa as a guest house, but with Basil as their only paying guest, the business is still to find its feet and customers. 

Meanwhile, Larry, struggling to get his risqué Black Book published, is enjoying the love of two ballet dancers, whilst heartbroken Leslie has thrown himself back into his job and shooting. True to form, Gerry continues to collect animals, ambitiously planning to open a zoo with a new owl and some lemurs joining the menagerie, and Margo seeks a new challenge, starting her own beauty salon.

As you can probably tell, the entirety of the main cast will be back for this last hurrah, including star Keeley Hawes, who will reprise her role as family matriarch Louisa Durrell. Josh O’Connor, Callum Woodhouse, Daisy Waterstone and Milo Parker are all back as her children. And yes, before anyone asks, Alexis Georgoulis is returning as Spiro.

Will he and Louisa finally work it out this time? Stay tuned.

Are you excited to see more of The Durrells in Corfu? Sad to say goodbye to this adorable family? A little bit of all of the above? Let’s discuss in the comments.