Channel 4’s acclaimed sitcom Catastrophe is currently in the midst of its fourth season, with viewers enjoying the topsy-turvy nature of Sharon (Sharon Horgan) and Rob’s (Rob Delaney) relationship.

Since its premiere in 2015, the show has garnered considerable critical acclaim, scoring well at the BAFTA’s and even securing a prestigious Emmy nomination in 2016.

Season 4 of the popular Channel 4 show is currently airing every Tuesday at 10 pm, with the sixth and final episode set to be shown on Tuesday, February 12th.

While fans are revelling in the current batch of episodes, many are eager to see what the future holds for Sharon and Rob. Will there be a Catastrophe season 5?

Rob (Rob Delaney) and Sharon (Sharon Horgan) in Catastrophe

Will There be a Catastrophe Season 5?

More than likely…. but not for a while!

At a Q+A event with the BFI in December 2018, Sharon and Rob were asked if season 4 would be the show’s last, with the pair responding in unison with; “for now”.

Naturally, there is no timescale on Catastrophe season 5, but the answer implies there will be further episodes in the future.

Essentially, Catastrophe season 5 will not be in production or airing any time soon. However, a fifth instalment should arrive one day, even if it is a few years away.

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Rob (Rob Delaney) and Sharon (Sharon Horgan) in Catastrophe

How to Watch Catastrophe Online

The latest season of Catastrophe is available to watch via Channel 4’s official streaming platform, All 4, with episodes uploaded shortly after airing on TV.

Alongside the new episodes, all 18 episodes across the previous three seasons are present.

This isn’t the only place where you can watch the earlier episodes, with members of Amazon Prime able to watch the first 18 episodes on the streaming service.

Though All 4 is currently the only place to catch up with season 4, it shouldn’t be long before Amazon Prime secure the latest episodes.


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