TNT announced in November 2020 that Claws Season 4 is going to renew for its fourth and final season and it will premiere on June 6, 2021. But, it didn’t! This article consists of all that you were looking for. Keep reading!
“Claws” is an American crime drama series that is set in Miami, Florida. It’s about a skilled con artist and her working-class partner who set out to fix their dreams despite the odds stacked against them. Claws is a TV series which will debut on June 11th, 2018. The show follows the lives of five women who work at the Que Sera, Sera nail salon in West Palm Beach and also how their personal lives intersect with their daily adventures. One of the salon’s most sought after nail technicians, Desna (Niecy Nash) reveals her secret past as a high-end Atlanta thief who ran afoul of her crew’s boss and was sent to prison for six years before deciding to turn over a new leaf in Florida.
The extravagant nails, provocative cast, and Palmetto topography covered up the deeper story of the criminal enterprise mashing beneath the surface.
Driven by Niecy Nash, the show focuses on her character, Desna Simms, and the strong crew that work at her salon called Nail Artisans. They are a cheerful bunch of friends, and to some degree an unlikely team. More than three seasons, crowd has come to comprehend the historical backdrop of Desna’s bond with Polly, Jennifer and Quiet Ann. Furthermore, we’ve seen a kind of mother-daughter bond develop among Desna and Virginia, the most up to date addition to the cheeky gang.
Claws Season 3 ending gist
Toby attempted to shoot Desna instead hitting Virginia. After that, she tried to upgrade their way of living by getting into the casino business. However, they ended up working under the Triads, the criminal group unknowingly.
After Polly, who ran from a voluntary hospital heard about the shooting, she joined her girls at the casino. Polly fell in love with Joe, the manager of the casino. Both of them began to fulfill their crime fantasies together. However, Joe chose his wife over Polly and she was left heartbroken. Hence, she ran back to Dr. Ken, who sent a date out of his house to make his ex-girlfriend comfortable.
Quiet Ann fell in love with a detective called Arlene. The two married and decided to have a baby together.
What’s Up with Release
In October 2019, TNT announced the renewal of this successful dark comedy show for its fourth season. Apparently they began shooting around March 2020 in New Orleans, Louisiana. But, the filming was resumed due to the worldwide COVID 19 pandemic.
They resumed shooting that summer, but rise in positive cases in November again delayed production for two weeks because of the restrictions.
The filming was even so supposed to end in Dec 2020. After the shooting paused for two weeks, TNT announced that Claws Season 4 would premiere on June 6, 2021.
On 1st June, the official instagram handle for the show posted a one minute clip of a scene from Season 3. Jason Antoon, who plays Dr. Ken on the show commented on the post, “Final Season 4 will air this fall”.
Audience wondered as to why the premiere was delayed for so long. He said, “yes, because of the Olympics and other big summer events that will be airing.”
Claws Season 4: Cast
The star cast of Claws Season 4 is quite certain and includes Niecy Nash as Desna Simms, Carrie Preston as Polly Marks, Judy Reyes as Annalise “Quiet Ann” Zayas, Karrueche Tran as Virginia Loc, Jenn Lyon as Jennifer Husser, Jack Kesy as Dwayne “Roller” Husser, Kevin Rankin as Bryce Husser, Jason Antoon as Ken Brickman, Harold Perrineau as Dean Simms, Dean Norris as Clay “Uncle Daddy” Husser, Jimmy Jean – Louis as Gregory Ruval, and Evan Daigle as Toby.
For a show like Claws with just as much comedy as intense drama, it could pretty well end on a top, happy note. Fortunately, fans don’t have to wait for long for the savage final season, and the resolution to this wild ride.
We are not sure when viewers can expect Claws Season 4’s trailer. We are anticipating the season to air in fall 2021. However, the network hasn’t announced anything yet officially.