The first season followed Quentin Coldwater and Julia Wicker as they attempt to enroll at Brakebills University for Magical Pedagogy to be trained as a magician. There Quentin discovers that his favorite childhood books are real and their unleashed magic poses a threat to humanity and the magic realm.
Meanwhile, Julia is denied entry and learns of magic from the underground scene. Eliot Waugh, Alice Quinn, Penny Adiyodi, and Margo Hanson, later join Quentin together as a team that fights evil magic.
Jason Ralph, Stella Maeve, Hale Appleman, Olivia Taylor Dudley, Arjun Gupta, and Summer Bishil play each corresponding character respectively. Trevor Einhorn, Brittany Curran, Jade Tailor, and Rick Worthy are apart of the supporting cast.
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Last season after many misadventures, the hodgepodge group embarked on a journey that involved fervently looking for the mythological seven keys; items that would help restore magic after its previous demise.
In the finale, the group of magicians finally restore magic by unlocking the fountain at the other end of the Wellspring. The Library, Irene McAllistair and Dean Fogg swooped in to reroute magic to everyone.
In exchange, Dean Fogg negotiated the lives of his students and erased their memories and gave each a new identity devoid of magical influence. Although, Alice finds herself imprisoned within the walls of The Library by herself.
Inside Castle Blackspire a new foe, The Monster, escapes and finds a new host in the body of Eliot. The season ended with The Monster finding a mind-wiped Quentin which will lead up to the season four premiere.
The series is executive produced by Chris Fisher, Sera Gamble, Henry Alonso Myers, John McNamara and Groundswell Productions’ Michael London and Janice Williams.
Season Four trailer is available below:
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