Series 4 originally aired on E4 from 28 October - 16 December 2012. It was released on DVD and Blu-ray on 26 December 2012, including all eight episodes.
Do the new Misfits have any new A-list powers? Well, kind of. Jess has X-ray vision and Finn has telekinesis - although he finds it a challenge to move even a cup of tea. And keeping our gang on the straight and narrow, or at least trying to, is new probation worker Greg with a set of warped moral guidelines and an incredibly short fuse.
While adapting to life on community service, Finn tries to save his relationship with girlfriend Sadie - a relationship that has taken a superpower twist. Jess falls for mysterious, sexy barman Alex who seems to be harbouring a dark secret. And it's time to say a final goodbye to an old gang member, before all hell quite literally breaks loose with the arrival of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
The future's bright. The future's still a dirty shade of orange.
- Jess - Karla Crome (8/8)
- Rudy - Joseph Gilgun (8/8)
- Finn - Nathan McMullen (8/8)
- Curtis - Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (4/8)
- Abbey - Natasha O'Keeffe (3/8)
- Alex - Matt Stokoe (7/8)
- Seth - Matthew McNulty (2/8)
- Michael - Nathaniel Martello-White (1/8)
- Sadie - Imogen Doel (2/8)
- Ally - Eleanor Wyld (1/8)
- Lola - Lucy Gaskell (3/8)
- Jake - Andrew Gower (1/8)
- Grace - Charlie Murphy (1/8)
- Richard - Alex Austin (1/8)
- Nadine - Gillian Saker (3/8)
- James - Charlie Covell (1/8)
- Tara - Zara White (1/8)
- Sister Elizabeth - Sam Battersea (1/8)
|#||Title||Featured Character(s)||Original airdate||Notes|
28 October 2012
|Introduction of Jess, Finn and Greg.|
|2||"Episode Two"||4 November 2012||Introduction of Alex, final appearance of Seth.|
|3||"Episode Three"||11 November 2012|
|4||"Episode Four"||18 November 2012||Curtis dies.|
|5||"Episode Five"||25 November 2012|
|2 December 2012||Introduction of Abbey and Nadine.|
|7||"Episode Seven"||9 December 2012|
|8||Rudy||16 December 2012||Nadine dies.|
DVD Special Features
- Misfits Strung Out
- Behind the Scenes
- Building the Misfits Set
- Casting the Gang
- Working with Puppets
- Gag Reel
- Despite Matt Stokoe being a cast member, he does not appear in nor is he credited in the Opening Titles.
- This is the only series to have cast changes inbetween episodes within the series, rather than inbetween each series.
- This series has the least cast members at anytime (4 in episodes 1 and 5 with only 3 credited in the latter), while also has the most altogether (6 counting Matt Stokoe). With the exception of episode 5, only up to 4 cast members are featured in the opening titles.
- All members of the original cast, save for Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, are no longer present. With Stewart-Jarrett's departure in episode 4, all of the original cast are gone by episode 5, and from episode 6 onwards, the cast remains the same for the rest of the show's run.
- This is the only series not to feature time travel as a story element.