Our beloved superhero duo will face some of their greatest challenges yet, navigating the complexities of family life while protecting the world from imminent threats. One thing is certain: the upcoming season will redefine the very essence of what it means to be a hero, particularly what it means to be Superman.
The beloved superhero drama series was renewed for a 10-episode run for its highly anticipated fourth season earlier this month, much to the pleasure of audiences.
After months of uncertainty regarding the future of the original CW programming following Nexstar’s takeover, the statement raises the question of when the show would return with fresh episodes. For those who are interested, we can guarantee you that the show will return to your televisions next year.
The next season’s release date has been planned for sometime in 2024 (perhaps due to the ongoing writer’s strike), making it impossible to forecast the prospective release date for the fourth season.
However, if we must predict, there is a potential that it will not be postponed any further and will air somewhere in early to mid-2024 on The CW on Tuesdays at 8/7c with already renewed shows All American, All American: Homecoming, and Walker.
The next season will also pick up plotlines from the third season, in which fans learned that Superman is dealing with Intergang plans while Lois Lane is suffering from Stage 3 inflammatory breast cancer.
Furthermore, the season finale, “What Kills You Only Makes You Stronger,” reveals that Smallville is preparing for a meteor shower celebration 32 days later. Chrissy discovers she is pregnant, and she and Kyle inform their friends and family.
Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch return as the title characters, with fellow series regulars Michael Bishop and Alex Garfin as their children, and Michael Cudlitz, who plays Lex Luthor, who was introduced as a guest star this season and is being promoted to a series regular for Season 4.