Liza’s “Younger” days are coming to an end soon. The famous series Younger, which turns the streaming industry into a soapy drama, has been renewed for a new season. Season 7 of Younger expected to stream in June of 2023—but due to the COVID-19, it will not begin streaming until 2023.
“We are unofficially drafting [Season 7] as a finale season,” creator Darren Star recently told TV. Darren said this when he was promoting his upcoming Netflix comedy Drama. The TV series, which has called off the air since concluding its sixth season in Sept. 2019, was about to begin shooting. Shooting started for the upcoming 7 season in New York City when COVID-19 pandemic hit. With new products on the show now set to start “in a few weeks.” Star is contemplating how to integrate the coronavirus crisis into the story.
Younger Season 7
” The Younger,” a show series that follows a 40-year-old woman (Sutton Foster). That lies about her original age to break into the competitive world of media. The world of TV Land’s longest-running original series of all time. Because the series shot in NYC, Duff said that she’d spent whole four months there for six years to shoot “Younger.” This year marks the first time she’s in California full time as no shoot.
“A lot of new episodes was already wrote” before the pandemic, Star in notes. Plus, “the action of Younger 7 picks up best where the last season left off. But we do think we’re looking more forward to include it into the action as the series progresses.”
And even if the next season is indeed the show’s swan song, the world of Younger may continue. Cast confirmed that a spinoff centred around Hilary Duff’s part Kelsey Peters is in development(ohh). Though season 7 has postponed due to COVID-19, author Pamela Redmond’s novel “Older,” a sequel to the series based. She will be released by Simon & Schuster in late September.