Greek: ABC Family Series Returns for Fourth (and Final?) Season

GreekABC Family has announced that the fourth season of Greek will kick off on January 3rd.

There’s been some speculation that this may be the end of the series. Greek was barely renewed for a fourth season due to finances and for far fewer episodes than usual. The drama’s seasons have typically been made up of 20-22 installments. There are only 10 episodes this time around. ABC Family hasn’t made any announcements but, if season four doesn’t perform better than season three, it seems likely this will be the end.

Here’s the ABC Family press release…



New Guest Stars This Season Include Jonathan Silverman, Josh Randall and Devon Werkheiser
Returning Guest Stars Include Tiffany Dupont, Sam Page, Charisma Carpenter, Martha MacIsaac and Nora Kirkpatrick

Burbank, CA (Wednesday, December 1) – ABC Family’s “Greek” heads into its fourth season with some of Cyprus Rhodes University’s favorite sorority Sisters and fraternity Brothers navigating their post-graduate lives, while the undergrads are taking on new challenges – both in and out of the Greek system. As Casey moves on to law school, what will happen with her “college romance” with Cappie, who walked away from her when he learned she was leaving CRU? Find out when ABC Family’s critically acclaimed original series, “Greek,” returns for an all-new season on Monday, January 3 (9:00 -10:00 PM ET/PT)

Casey and Evan are beginning law school – where Casey’s relationship with Joel (Sam Page) comes back to haunt her. While Evan is still trying to get a grasp on financial obligations with law school, Casey is adapting to her post-graduation life outside of ZBZ.

Meanwhile, Ashleigh is beginning her career in New York City. While she is adjusting to her new life sans-sorority, she quickly realizes how difficult it is to get her career started and find her footing as an adult. Rebecca has now taken over as President of ZBZ and must take on haunting foes from her past, including Tegan (Charisma Carpenter) and Frannie (Tiffany Dupont), both of whom return to stir up trouble in the CRU Greek system once again.

Dale surprises everyone when he decides he is ready for new college experiences and has a change of heart about the Greek system. Could Dale actually be rushing? If so, which house will he choose?!

Cappie and Rusty try to keep Kappa Tau going strong with their new pledge, Peter Parkes (Devon Werkheiser), son of famous KT alum Lasker Parkes (Jonathan Silverman). Rusty longs to be a leader in Kappa Tau and challenges Cappie for the Presidency. Will Cappie ever grow up and pass the torch on to his little bro? Meanwhile, a mysterious person threatens to wreak havoc upon the KT house, with no indication of giving up until it’s in ruins.

Guest stars this season include Jonathan Silverman (“Weekend at Bernie’s”) as Lasker Parkes, Josh Randall (“Ed”) as Professor Simon Segal, and Devon Werkheiser (“Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide”) as Peter Parkes. Returning guest stars Include Sam Page (“Gossip Girl”) as Joel, Charisma Carpenter (“Buffy the Vampire Slayer”) as Tegan, Martha MacIsaac (“Superbad”) as Dana, Nora Kirkpatrick (“Dorm Life”) as Katherine, and Tiffany Dupont as Frannie

Also coming up this season is a murder mystery episode that pays homage to “Clue,” a special episode focusing on a day in the life of Beaver, and a “Hangover”-inspired episode written by Carter Covington (creator of “10 Things I Hate About You”).

Created by Patrick Sean Smith, “Greek” is executive-produced in association with Piller/Segan. The cast includes Jacob Zachar as Rusty, Spencer Grammer as Casey, Scott Michael Foster as Cappie, Jake McDorman as Evan, Clark Duke as Dale, Dilshad Vadsaria as Rebecca, Paul James as Calvin, and Amber Stevens as Ashleigh.

Part of the Disney/ABC Television Group, ABC Family is distributed in over 98 million homes. ABC Family features programming reflecting today’s families, entertaining and connecting with adults through relevant stories about today’s relationships, all told with diversity, passion, humor and heart. ABC Family’s programming is a mix of network defining original series and original movies, quality acquired series and blockbuster theatricals. ABC Family is also the destination for annual Holiday events with “13 Nights of Halloween” and “25 Days of Christmas!” ABC Family. A New Kind of Family.

What do you think? Are you glad to hear Greek is coming back? Do you think this will be the end of the series?

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12 Comments · Read them below or add one

  1. amanda says

    I don’t think greek got a proper ending. They left to many questions unanswered. Evan?…he made ammends with his family…but you can see he’s clearly still head over heals for casey…but casey left with cappie. What about rusty?…new president…new relationship?…and dale?…cal is going abroad…the show shouldn’t be cancelled. Its the only show I really look forward to every week. Its the one I record and keep and can’t wait to watch after work. Its to sad to have it end the way it did. Please….please bring it back!!

  2. Miko says

    DON’T CANCEL GREEK. It’s fun and uniqueness is too awesome that it stands out among the other shows ABC has. Seriously the only show i watch on ABC.

  3. Amanda says

    I’m soooo upset that this is the final season of Greek! I absolutely love this show. It’s so different than the rest of the shows on tv. It’s fun and a complete joy to watch. I choose Greek over anything when it comes on! I have not missed on single episode and I started watching it on the very first night it aired. I was instantly in love with the cast and the storyline. I love and will miss you Cappie and the rest of the gang!!

  4. jessica says

    They shouldn’t cancel the show its really good that’s the only thing I watch on abc family. The rest just aren’t worth watching. Greek compared to all the other hits I watch should be on a better channel if anything.

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