So far, episodes one through four of the new season are available on Hulu, with new episodes coming out every Tuesday. After the season debuts on Hulu, it will appear on Yahoo Screen for the first time, where viewers will be able to access it for another 10 weeks.
“The 4 to 9ers” takes place in a Chicago mall, focusing on recent college graduates who are working part-time at a Subway to make money while they try to start their “adult lives.” The first season premiered in 2012, with a second one ordered in 2013.
Jamie Widdoes (“Two and a Half Men”) directs “The 4 to 9ers,” which is written by Tim O’Donnell (“Growing Pains”) and produced by Peter Isacksen. The show stars Moses Jacob Storm, David H. Lawrence XVII, Stephanie Koenig, and Devin Crittenden. New cast members in season three include Chris McDonald, Gregory Itzen, Phill Lewis, and Megyn Price.
Subway and Content & Co have collaborated on other video initiatives in the past, including the Subway Fresh Artists Filmmakers program, which for several years showcased Subway-branded video by young filmmakers. Last summer, they launched the series, “Summer with Cimorelli,” a scripted comedy following YouTube-famous, singing sisters, with AwesomenessTV.