ShowsCancelled'The Family Law' Season 4: Release Date, Time & TV Channel

‘The Family Law’ Season 4: Release Date, Time & TV Channel

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The Family Law is a comedy TV show created by Benjamin Law and is produced by Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) and Matchbox Pictures. The television show stars Trystan Go, Fiona Choi, Anthony Brandon Wong and Shuang Hu. The Family Law first aired on SBS on January 14, 2016. So far there have been three seasons. The series currently has a 7.3 out of 10 IMDb rating, based on 259 user votes.

Unfortunatelty, SBS has officially cancelled / ended the series. The are no plans for season 4.

This post has the latest information on the status of The Family Law season 4 as we continuously monitor the news to keep you updated.

The Family Law season 4 release date: Was it cancelled?

When does The Family Law season 4 come out?
SBS has officially cancelled The Family Law tv series. Season 3 of The Family Law will be the last season. SBS does not have plans for the next season, but we can never be sure. As of January 2023, season four has not been planned or scheduled. If you want to get notified of any changes, please sign up for updates below, and join the conversation in our forums. You can also check out The Family Law’s IMDb page.

Was The Family Law renewed for season 4?
No, The Family Law has been cancelled by SBS. Season three will be the final season.

Thankfully, you can still buy and watch past episodes below.

Frequently asked questions

Is The Family Law cancelled?
Yes, The Family Law has been officially canceled. There will not be season 4.

When did The Family Law originally come out?
The Family Law originally came out on Thursday, January 14, 2016.

How many seasons of The Family Law are there?
There have been three seasons total.

Is The Family Law on Netflix?
We do not track Netflix release dates; you can check if The Family Law is on Netflix at NetflixDates.

What time does The Family Law come on?
The Family Law aired 8:30 PM ET / 6:30 PM PT on SBS. You can also find out The Family Law air times in different time zones.

The Family Law plot and series summary

The Family Law unfolds in the dysfunctional world of one Chinese-Australian family, as seen through the eyes of 14-year-old Benjamin Law. As Benjamin dreams of soap-opera stardom, his parents contemplate separation. Over the course of one long, hot Queensland summer, the self-absorbed clarinet-playing teenager increasingly finds himself embroiled in other people’s dramas.

Through the eyes of 14-year-old Benjamin, and set over the course of a long, hot, Queensland summer, the Law family navigate a series of sometimes disastrous events which become memorable milestones, and serve as a reminder that at the end of the day family can sometimes feel more like a sentence than a choice.

You may also visit The Family Law’s official website and IMDb page.

The Family Law age rating

The Family Law is not rated yet. The rating is not available at this time. We will update the parental rating shortly. As a general parental guide, parents should assume the material may be inappropriate for children under 13.

The Family Law season 4 status and details

Name: The Family Law
Last Season: Season 3
Status: CANCELLED
Original Premiere: January 14, 2016
Total Episodes: 6
Network: SBS
Episode Runtime: Approx. 27 minutes
Genres: Comedy
Parental Rating: Not Rated
Region: Australia

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