When will 'American Gigolo' Episode 4 come out on Showtime?
As the season approaches its midway mark, the focus is on Gretchen Mol's Michelle as she toggles between saving her missing son
'American Gigolo' touches the halfway mark and there's enough of a story to be told. With the series pretty much taking its time in telling the story of a gigolo who gets embroiled in a conspiracy, chances are there is a season 2 in the works, and Episode 4 might provide the first inkling about it. Directed by Gregg Araki ('Kaboom') based on a script by Emily Kaczmarek, the episode focuses on Michelle as he searches for her missing son and will hopefully be another humdinger of a chapter.
The official synopsis of the Showtime series reads, "Julian Kaye (Bernthal), 15 years after being arrested for murder and struggling to find his footing in the modern-day Los Angeles sex industry, seeks the truth about the frame that sent him to prison for all those years ago and also hoping to reconnect with his one true love, Michelle."
When does 'American Gigolo' Episode 4 come out on Showtime?
'American Gigolo' Episode 4 premieres on Friday, 9/30 on streaming/demand and on Sunday, 10/2 at 9 pm ET/PT on Showtime.
What to expect from 'American Gigolo' Episode 4?
Per Showtime, the official logline of Episode 4, titled 'Nothing Is Real But The Girl reads, "Julian returns to Isabelle's fold to charm a complicated new client. Meanwhile, Michelle's past catches up to her as she attempts to save her missing son – forcing her to choose between the two loves of her life."
As the season approaches its midway mark, the focus is on Gretchen Mol's Michelle as she toggles between saving her missing son, and that would mean implications in store between her and Kaye who's pretty much on a mission of his own. Season one of 'American Gigolo' also stars Gretchen Mol, Rosie O’Donnell, Lizzie Brocheré, Gabriel LaBelle, and Leland Orser. Wayne Brady, Alex Fernandez, Sandrine Holt, Yolonda Ross, and Melora Walters in key and recurring roles.
'American Gigolo airs Sundays at 9 pm ET on Showtime.