“Tacoma FD”! Known for its uproarious portrayal of a group of mischievous firefighters stationed in the rainy city of Tacoma, the TruTV series has become a fan favorite. Co-created by Kevin Heffernan and Steve Lemme, who also star as Chief Terry McConkey and Captain Eddie Penisi, respectively, “Tacoma FD” brings the comedic genius of the Broken Lizard comedy troupe to the small screen.
Drawing inspiration from Heffernan’s real-life firefighter cousin, the show incorporates authenticity alongside its comedic antics. With the third season wrapping up in December 2021, fans have been eagerly awaiting news about “Tacoma FD” Season 4.
When will Tacoma FD Season 4 be released?
Prepare to reunite with your favorite firefighter buddies as “Tacoma FD” Season 4 is just around the corner! After the third season aired in late 2021, fans have been eagerly anticipating the return to the rainy city. The good news came in November 2021 when the show was officially renewed.
While updates were scarce for a while, in September 2022, actress Hassie Harrison, who portrays firefighter Lucy McConky, shared an Instagram selfie with co-stars Kevin Heffernan and Steve Lemme, hinting at their presence on the “Tacoma FD” set. Harrison’s caption revealed that Season 4 had wrapped up, teasing that it could be the best season yet. Fans can mark their calendars, as “Tacoma FD” Season 4 is scheduled to air in July 2023, and the anticipation is building to see what comedic shenanigans the show has in store.
What is the plot of Tacoma FD Season 4?
“Tacoma FD” follows an episodic sitcom format, with most episodes featuring self-contained stories centered around the hilarious antics at Firehouse 24. While there are exceptions, such as the two-part firefighters’ ball episode in Season 3, the show typically doesn’t have ongoing storylines from week to week.
Season 3 took a unique approach due to filming under quarantine conditions, which led to episodes primarily taking place within the firehouse itself. This allowed the creators to delve deeper into the characters and explore the fun they could have within those walls.
Kevin Heffernan mentioned that the circumstances, though necessary, turned out well for the show. As the United States progresses towards a return to a more pre-pandemic normal, it’s likely that Season 4 of “Tacoma FD” will have more opportunities to venture outside of the firehouse and explore different settings. Fans can look forward to a potentially different dynamic in the upcoming season.
Tacoma FD Season 4 Cast
The core ensemble of “Tacoma FD” Season 4 includes:
- “Kevin Heffernan as Chief Terry McConky
- Steve Lemme as Captain Eddie Penisi
- Marcus Henderson as Granfield “Granny” Smith, the paramedic
- Gabriel Hogan as firefighter Ike Crystal
- Hassie Harrison as Lucy McConky, the first female firefighter and Chief McConky’s daughter
- Tony Danza as a guardian angel
- David Arquette as Captain Penisi’s rival
- Teddy Dickosi
- MC Gainey
- Tothy Murphy
- Amin Joseph
These cast members and guest stars bring their talents to add excitement and comedic moments to the upcoming season of “Tacoma FD.”
Tacoma FD season 4 Trailer
truTV has unveiled the highly anticipated official trailer for Season 4 of the popular comedy series “Tacoma FD.” Set to premiere a month later, the trailer showcases what fans have come to love about the show: the hilarious antics of firefighters as they engage in goofing off, mishaps, and absurd physical comedy. The tagline for the trailer humorously highlights the abundance of firefighters and the scarcity of fires in the station.
Captain Eddie Penisi makes a triumphant return to the firehouse after an unexplained absence, instantly reintegrating into the crew’s laid-back approach to work, which involves indulging in eating moldy corn on the cob and solving crossword puzzles.
Season 4 promises plenty of mischief, with firefighters donning pirate costumes, playfully zapping each other with defibrillator paddles, inexplicably dressing as vampires, starting fires as often as they extinguish them, and finding themselves hilariously drenched in blood. Get ready for another uproarious season of “Tacoma FD” packed with laughter and absurdity.