Will 'The Librarians' Return For Season 4? The Cast Has Some More Mysterious Projects In The Works
It looks like the Season 3 finale of The Librarians has everything any fan of TNT's supernatural series could ever ask for. A promo for the episode shows the whole gang, including Flynn Carsen (Noah Wyle), teaming up to take on some epic, evil, and ancient villains with appearances by a couple of fierce females in the form of guest stars Vanessa Williams and Jane Curtin. But will all of that be enough for The Librarians to return for Season 4?
Unfortunately, TNT is keeping us guessing for now because the network hasn't officially announced whether or not it has renewed The Librarians. I'm not gonna lie; TNT's announcement of the renewal of Major Crimes for a sixth season on Wednesday has me a little worried about The Librarians' fate since the return of both series was announced at the same time in 2015. But The Librarians' ratings have remained fairly consistent from Season 2 to Season 3, according to Screener, which makes me feel more optimistic about its chances of returning.
We won't know what the future has in store for The Librarians until TNT gives its Season 4 the official greenlight or cancellation. Lucky for you, the actors behind The Librarians' lovable cast of characters are never too far from a screen, be it one belonging to a TV or a movie theater. While we wait to see if The Librarians has been renewed, check out the main cast members in these entertaining upcoming projects.
Rebecca Romijn always has a lot going on, and now is no exception. After you watch her close out this season of The Librarians as the no-nonsense Guardian of the Library, you can catch her turn on the romance opposite her real-life husband Jerry O'Connell in Hallmark Channel's film Love Locks, which premieres on Sunday, Jan. 28 at 9 p.m. ET. And if GSN's body painting competition Skin Wars returns for Season 4, you may see Romijn return as host.
It looks like Christian Kane has a few projects in the works after reprising his role as the kickass and charming Jacob Stone on The Librarians this season. He's been working on a movie called Junkie, which raised some funds on IndieGOGO, as well as its sequel, according to his IMDb page. Kane also stars in a sci-fi movie called Tinker and will lend his voice as Scarecrow in the upcoming animated film Only a Dream.
Lindy Booth has really stood out on The Librarians, thanks to playing Cassandra Cillian, who has the incredible ability of synesthesia, which means she can link all five senses to her memory and do things like see numbers as colors and smell things when she does math. It doesn't appear that Cillian has announced any upcoming projects yet, but she did get back to auditioning in September, she revealed on Instagram, so maybe we'll see her in a whole new role before we know it.
Australia native John Kim has made a name for himself playing Ezekiel Jones on The Librarians, a member of the team who's got superior thieving skills. It's unclear if Kim has anything else in the works outside of The Librarians, but it looks like he's certainly been keeping busy, from playing sports to doing charity work, at least as far as what he posts on Instagram.
John Larroquette, who plays the reclusive caretaker of the Library's Annex on The Librarians, is a famous character actor who always seems to be in something. He just starred in the dark comedy Camera Store, for one. I have a feeling it won't be long before his next new project is announced.
Fans were excited to see Noah Wyle's presence on The Librarians series expanded this season after he helmed the original film series as Flynn. Wyle is set to star in the indie drama Shot, which is about a couple whose lives are changed forever after a shooting, and Felt, which tells the story of Watergate scandal whistleblower Mark Felt. You can also spot Wyle with his doctor's jacket back on in those Cigna commercials, channeling his ER character, Dr. John Carter, which is really the role you'd like to see him take on again, isn't it?
Well, you can dare to dream — and keep your fingers crossed for Season 4 of The Librarians, too.