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New What We Do in the Shadows Trailer Features the Horrifying Baby Colin Robinson

FX releases the trailer for Season 4 of its mockumentary comedy series What We Do in the Shadows, featuring baby Colin Robinson.

FX Networks released the official trailer for Season 4 of What We Do in the Shadows, featuring baby Colin Robinson.

The trailer opens with baby Colin Robinson (Mark Proksch) on a tricycle and Laszlo (Matt Berry) expressing his wish to “mold this boy into the most interesting human who ever lived.” However, he becomes distraught upon when he is informed by Guillermo (Harvey Guillén) that baby Colin “loves musical theater,” putting a damper on Laszlo’s plans. The trailer teases other storylines for the upcoming season, including the opening of the vampires’ new nightclub, introduced by Nadja (Natasia Demetrious), as well as Nandor’s (Kayvan Novak) continued quest to find a bride.

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The trailer also features Kristen Shaal’s The Guide, who will return to the series after appearing as a guest star in Season 1, before being bumped to a recurring character in Season 3. The first two episodes of What We Do in the Shadows Season 4 premiere on FX July 12 and on Hulu July 13. The series has already been renewed for Seasons 5 and 6.

While little is known about the exact plot of Season 4, executive producer Paul Simms teased during New York Comic Con 2021 that the fourth season would include the “most ambitious” episode of the series so far in terms of supernatural creatures. “There is an episode that we will be shooting in Season 4 that Yana [Gorskaya]’s directing, that is probably the most ambitious episode we’ve done as far as seeing the other creatures of the supernatural world,” Simms said. “So, you’re gonna have to wait a little while for that, but it’s gonna be amazing.”

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Created by Jemaine Clement, What We Do in the Shadows premiered on FX in 2019 and is based on the 2014 film of the same name, which was written by both Clement and Taika Waititi. The mockumentary comedy horror series follows four vampires living as roommates on Staten Island. Season 2 premiered in April 2020, and the series was renewed for a fourth season ahead of its Season 3 premiere in September 2021. What We Do in the Shadows has been nominated for ten Emmy Awards.

The 2014 film What We Do in the Shadows followed a similar premise but was based on four vampire roommates living in Wellington, New Zealand. The mockumentary film also starred Clement and Waititi, along with Jonathan Brugh, Ben Fransham, Cori Gonzalez-Macuer, Stu Rutherford and Jackie van Beek.

What We Do in the Shadows Season 4 premieres on FX July 12.

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Emily Zogbi is a writer from New York and a News Editor at CBR. While she holds a Master of Fine Arts in poetry, Emily mostly enjoys talking at length about the MCU and why the 2009 animated Wonder Woman movie is better than all others. She wishes she had been a dancer. You can follow Emily on Twitter at @emilyrosezombie.

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