Rust Valley Restorers is all set to release its 4th season. The Canadian series is a documentary that shows all about a car restoration shop. But why the series is titled Rust Valley? Well! This car restoration shop is the home to hundreds of old cars, kind of a very huge garage, located in British Columbia. The first time the show premiered was on 6th December 2018. Since back then, the Rust Valley Restorers is literally restoring the entertainment and distributing happiness.
Rust Valley Restorers is putting all possible efforts and they have successfully made it and received so much love and appreciation from its fans that the show is expecting its 4th season soon. Let me reveal the fact that earlier Rust Valley Restorers was supposed to be a web-based TVTropolis but later it transformed as a cable-TV documentary that is loved by many.
Rust Valley Restorers was released on 6th December 2018 for the first time on the one and only Netflix. Later on, the documentary telecast on History Canada on 23rd August 2019. The third season has already become a super-duper hit and we know how curiously you all are waiting for the 4th season of the Rust Valley Restorers. Well! We’re here for all of your answers to be revealed.
The third season of the Rust Valley Restorers was aired on 21st August 2020 on Netflix only and it’s not even a week, the show is already touching skies. People are going crazy and now season 3 is trending already. Rust Valley third season is not as long as its first two season. This season has only 6 episodes unlike the longer ones, first season with 8 episodes and the second with 12.
All these three seasons have made an amazing fanbase that people literally wait for every upcoming season of this show. Till now, there are no official dates for the 4th season but yeah, the new season is expected to hit the Netflix once again in 2021. The wait is not that long. More than half of the 2020 is already over.
Rusty Valley, no doubt is a commendable series with the story plot been revolving around a 60-year old hippie, Michael who is fond of cars and the enthusiasm he’s carrying at this age is no less than an inspiration. No matter what’s your age, it’s all about your passion, your craze, your interest. What’s most interesting about Mike is that he is not here to earn money, I mean Rust Valley is not his primary source of income, rather the man is already owning a successful construction company and whatever he earns, he invests here in the old cars and now he’s having Rust Valley. And, as per his calculations, Mike has already invested over 2 millions all in rust and his so called Rust Valley.