Because of the COVID-19 epidemic, the fourth season of ‘QB1: Beyond The Lights’ had to be rescheduled
‘QB1: Beyond The Lights’ follows three quarterbacks as they compete in their final season before advancing to NCAA Division I collegiate football. Due to the epidemic, the fourth season of the docu-series, which was set to premiere in August 2020, has been postponed.
One of Netflix’s most-watched docu-series is QB1: Beyond The Lights, an American documentary series about aspiring high school senior quarterbacks as they play their final season before going on their road to NCAA Division I College Football.
The series’ viewers were eagerly anticipating a fourth season, but it was postponed due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
When will the fourth season of QB1 be released?
Since the premiere of QB1 in 2017, the series has garnered a lot of affection from fans and has been revived for a new season every year. The second and third seasons of the Netflix original series, directed by Peter Berg, were released in 2018 and 2019, respectively.
According to the same formula, QB1 was intended to premiere its fourth season in August 2020, but owing to COVID-19, it has been postponed till further notice.
The new release date has yet to be announced. However, several fans suspected that the show may have been canceled as a result of the epidemic. On the contrary, some sources claim that the new season might be released at any time.
New Season’s Cast
Each season of QB1 contains three primary casts drawn from the ranks of high school football in the United States. Jame Fromm (Georgia), Tate Martell (Ohio State and Miami), and Tayvon Bowers led the way in the inaugural season (Wake Forest).
Justin Fields (Georgia and Ohio State), Sam Hartman (Wake Forest), and Re-al Mitchell all played in the second season (Iowa State).
The third season, like the first and second, features outstanding quarterbacks from the high school football scene. Lance LeGendre (Maryland), Spencer Rattler (Oklahoma), and Nik Scalzo (New York) were among the participants (Kentucky).
The fourth season’s cast has yet to be announced. While no formal announcements have been made about the new leads, various reports have suggested a few possible candidates.
According to Saturday Blitz, Alabama’s Bryce Young, Florida’s Anthony Richardson, and Georgia’s Carson Beck are the three quarterbacks for QB1 season 4.
The Format And The Storyline
The format of QB1 has stayed consistent over the three seasons. As a result, the fourth season is anticipated to follow a similar pattern.
The tale in prior seasons centered on the difficulties quarterbacks had to overcome in order to reach the high expectations put on a great athlete.
When the leads’ dreams and hardships were conveyed in a realistic manner, the viewers were even more drawn into the drama.
The intense nature of the games adds to the show’s atmosphere, increasing the viewing experience. Furthermore, the show gains gravitas through filmmaker Berg’s portrayal of the high stakes for these quarterbacks who have devoted so much of their lives to football.