'Empire' Season 4 Marked For Renewal By Meteoric Ratings In Viewers' Chart, Fox Award-Winning Show Brings Back Luscious, Cookie & Co.
"Empire" Season 4, is all geared up for its grand return after the winter to meet the new year with a new season. Fox has renewed the show for another season with a sure order of 18 episodes. The multi-nominated show for the Emmy and Golden Globe awards will soon be hitting the small screen as announced by the Fox network during the winter press tour of the Television Critics Association.
In a report by TVLine, "Empire" Season 4 is Fox's high-rated TV show ranking number 1 in the 18-49 demo chart, since its premiere. While the show is still to return for its spring premiere on March 22 after the winter break, the cast are already assured of a hectic job for 2017. Lucious, Cookie, and the Lyons sons will be back at the helm of the Lyons Dynasty.
"Empire" Season 4 is targeted to maintain its ranking with an average of 16 million total viewers for the third season. According to Deadline, the series is a big hit that contributed to Fox standing on the small screen and web streaming platforms. Aside from that, the show has been bringing accolades as it gets various nominations in the Emmy and Golden Globe awards.
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— Empire (@EmpireFOX) January 11, 2017
"Empire" Season 4 is an American musical drama TV series that brings into the center stage the fictional hip-hop and entertainment company, called "Empire". The show tells the story of the Lyons family who is embroiled in the control of the company. The show is a creation of Lee Daniels and Danny Strong.
"Empire" Season 4 will continue to cast Terrence Howard, Taraji P. Henson, Jussie Smollett, Bryshere "Yazz" Gray, Trai Byers, Grace Byers, Gabourey Sidibe, Ta'Rhonda Jones, Serayah, Bre-Z, Xzibit, and Morocco Omari.