Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: Photos From The Season 4 Premiere Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: Photos From The Season 4 Premiere
Preview images for the Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 4 premiere "I Want To Be Here" Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: Photos From The Season 4 Premiere

Orange is the New Bunch as Rebecca’s jail time begins in the season premiere of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, airing Friday, October 12 on The CW.

The title of the season premiere is “I Want To Be Here” and while we don’t have an official description for the episode, we do have photos courtesy of the network! You can check them out below.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 4 is the series’ last and it will run for 18 episodes. Among other things, the new season will introduce Skylar Astin as a reimagined Greg.


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Crazy Ex Girlfriend -- "I Want To Be Here" -- Image Number: CEG401a_0169.jpg -- Pictured (L-R): Donna Lynne Champlin as Paula and Rachel Bloom as Rebecca -- Photo: Robert Voets/The CW -- © 2018 The CW Network, LLC All Rights Reserved.

Yeah, so pleading guilty to a federal offense because you wanted to take responsibility for every sketchy thing you may have done in your whole entire life is… maybe not the best idea? Still, you have to admire Rebecca Bunch (Rachel Bloom) for wanting to deal with the repercussions of the very long string of decisions – good, bad and alarmingly questionable – that she’s made since she took flight from New York City and landed in West Covina three seasons ago. This year, Rebecca is in some ways like a baby chick that’s about to tumble out of the nest, and in other ways she’s that friend who is searching for enlightenment and kinda can’t stop yammering about it.  

As always, Rebecca’s actions have had unintended consequences for her West Covina friends – Nathaniel (Scott Michael Foster) feels betrayed by her, Josh (Vincent Rodriguez III) is taken aback by her, and Darryl (Pete Gardner) is parenting her baby. Paula (Donna Lynne Champlin), Heather (Vella Lovell) and Valencia (Gabrielle Ruiz) remain staunchly by Rebecca’s side but they are busy finding their own identities (as a law student, regional manager and kickass party planner, respectively.) Will everyone be content to stay in the nest with Rebecca? Or will they start to transcend the sunbaked, boba-strewn purgatory that is West Covina? The answer to these and other questions lies in this season of CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND as themes of redemption, recovery, responsibility, rebirth, renewal and reality and other words that begin with “R” will bring our ultimate “R,” Rebecca, to the satisfying end of this chapter of her life.  

Craig Byrne, Editor-In-Chief

KSiteTV Editor-In-Chief Craig Byrne has been writing about TV on the internet since 1995. He is also the author of several published books, including Smallville: The Visual Guide and the show's Official Companions for Seasons 4-7.