Amazon’s original series "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" is about to shake things up in its fourth season. Prime Video has just released its first of four teaser-trailers for next year’s upcoming season premiering on Feb. 18. 

The original series has racked up 20 Emmy Awards including Outstanding Comedy Series, along with three Golden Globes for Best TV Series - Comedy. The show also garnered six Critics Choice Awards for Best Comedy Series, two PGA Awards as well as a WGA Award and a Peabody Award. 

TV Line reported that the comedy series will be on a weekly basis instead of a binge-release rollout. Two new instalments of the show will be available every Friday for 4 consecutive weeks. 

In the newly released teaser for season 4, Rachel Brosnahan, who plays Midge, is seen asserting herself as she looks to hone her act and finds a gig that provides her with total creative freedom. It is 1960 and the change in the air and in her commitment to her craft causes a fall out between her and her friends and family. 

Last season. Midge had lost her spot on Shy Baldwin’s tour, having spoken her mind too frankly about his sexuality. She had also lost her apartment due to Susie’s gambling issues. In the upcoming season 4 trailer, Midge says she will only perform again if she can be in the heading act. Having always been the opener, Susie seems unsure if such a change would be acceptable to her client. 

Meanwhile, Alfie Fuller who plays Lianna on "Little America is all geared up for her role opposite Brosnahan in season 4, however, the show’s creator is still lip-locked on the details of her character. Fuller boasts of a winning 2018 Obie performance award for Soho Rep’s "Is God Is" written by playwright Aleshea Harries. She is also a veteran of the New York theater scene.

With the series seemingly feeling like a "Gilmore Girls" reunion, Kelly Bishop also joins the cast for season 4. Bishop appears with a guest-starring role which reunites her with "Gilmore Girls" creators Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino. 

The Tony-winning actress is best known and loved for her role as Emily Gilmore. Bishop just recently reprised her role as Emily in Netflix’s "Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life." She is also credited for her acting in "A Chorus Line" and "Dirty Dancing."

The show is currently in production in New York City and casts Rachel Brosnahan, Tony Shalhoub, Borstein, Marin Hinkle, Michael Zegen, Kevin Pollak, Caroline Aaron, and Luke Kirby. The new season also includes guest appearances from Milo Ventimiglia, Jason Alexander, and John Waters.

Rachel Brosnahan and Milo Ventimiglia are seen at the film set of 'The Marvelous Mrs Maisel' Rachel Brosnahan and Milo Ventimiglia are seen at the film set of 'The Marvelous Mrs Maisel' TV Series on June 10, 2021 in New York City. Photo by Jose Perez/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images