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From today, binge-watch the first six episodes of Season 4 of Younger, first and only on Showmax in Africa. (The remaining episodes in the season will launch on Showmax later in August.)

Sex and the City creator Darren Star’s latest hit rom-com follows Liza (Tony Award-winner Sutton Foster), a recently divorced single mother who – after being mistaken for younger than she is – decides to reboot her career and her love life as a 26-year-old.

Spoiler alert for those of you who missed out on the first three seasons, all of which are only on Showmax:

In Season Four, after a revelation three seasons in the making, Liza’s future at her New York publishing company is hanging in the balance. Meanwhile, Kelsey (Hilary Duff in a People’s Choice nominated role) bonds with Josh (The Following’s Nico Tortorella) over their shared betrayal. As Liza draws closer to Charles (Blue Bloods Peter Hermann), her desire to stop lying to the people she loves slips further and further away …

At the moment, Younger has a 99% rating from critics and an 88% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes. The show was nominated for a People’s Choice Award as Best Cable TV Comedy earlier this year and is also a former Teen Choice nominee for breakout show.

Elle described it as “Sex and the City for millennials,” while AVClub called it “Utterly charming… An entertaining and heart-warming series.”

Binge on Seasons 1 to 3 of Younger now, as well as episodes 1-6 of Season 4, only on Showmax!

The remaining episodes in the season are due to launch on Showmax on 31 August.

(Each episode is only around 20 minutes long, so you can cram a whole lot of them into just a few hours.)

Happy watching!

 

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