The drama series Being Erica will return this fall on CBC, a Canadian TV network, for a fourth season.
In the fourth season, Erica Strange (Erin Karpluk), a woman in her thirties from Toronto, is trained by Dr. Tom (Michael Riley). In her fourth phase of her therapy, Erica learns how to be a doctor who helps people fix their regrets.
Her trial patients get to be her own friends and family relatives. She travels back in time to help them and they're not aware that she's treating them.
Erica is still with her new boyfriend Adam (Adam Fergus). However, when Kai (Sebastian Pigott) comes back, she finds herself torn.
Erica also has to live with growing pains at 50/50 Press, a publishing company she founded with her business partner Julianne Giacomelli (Reagan Pasternak).
Erica's parents (John Boylan and Kathleen Laskey) go further in their reconciliation. As for Samantha (Joanna Douglas), Erica's younger sister, she's still with Lenin (Brandon Jay McLaren).
Also returning in Season Four are former colleague Brent (Morgan Kelly); Dave (Billy Turnbull) and Ivan (Michael P. Northey), partners and owners of Goblins café; Josh (Adam MacDonald), Samantha’s soon-to-be ex-husband; and Jenny (Paula Brancati), Erica’s former friend from high school and Ethan (Tyron Leitso), Erica’s ex-boyfriend.