Will Team Charles get the happy ending they want in Younger season 7 (Picture: Stan)
Younger is officially coming to an end with season 7 and fans are finally going to learn how things pan out for Liza Miller and her friends.
After years of watching Liza (Sutton Foster), Kelsey (Hilary Duff) and the gang deal with life, love, and work, Darren Star’s hit comedy series is wrapping things up with a bang.
Considering the marriage proposal cliffhanger in the season six finale, Team Charles fans will be waiting with bated breath to discover if their fave officially wins Liza’s heart.
According to the official blurb, the final season sees ‘ Liza’s personal life is on shaky ground as she tries to stay true to herself.
‘After a setback at work, Kelsey doubts her career decisions and discovers a new creative outlet. Maggie (Debi Mazar) gets canceled.’
Here’s what else you need to know about the upcoming season.
A new man has his eye on Liza in the final season (Picture: Stan)
Is there a trailer for Younger?
Yep, a juicy trailer has dropped for Younger season seven and we have so many questions about all the teasers.
Indeed, we still don’t know if Liza said yes to Charles. To make things worse, she’ll be working with a very attractive client who happens to be a ‘surf legend’.
From all the flirting going on, it looks like there’ll be some temptation there, making Liza choose between being with Charles, Josh or enjoying the single life.
Who is in the cast of Younger season 7?
Naturally, the main gang are back with Sutton Miller (Liza), Hilary Duff (Kelsey), Nico Tortorella (Josh) and Peter Hermann (Charles) reprising their roles.
Due to Covid-related filming issues, Miriam Shor (Diana) and Charles Michael Davis (Zane) weren’t able to be series regulars – though they will appear in the series.
We can’t wait to see what happens to our favorite ‘millennials’ (Picture: Stan)
How to watch Younger in the US and the UK?
For its final season, Younger has changed networks. Though the series will still air on TVLand eventually, it will actually premiere first on Paramount+ (formerly known as CBS All Access).
The first four of those episodes will hit the streamer simultaneously on April 15, while the remaining episodes will drop weekly on Thursdays after that. They will also be available on Hulu on the same schedule.
Meanwhile, fans in the UK can currently tune into previous seasons on Comedy Central.
Credit: Original article published here.