“Blown Away (Season 4)” returns with another thrilling installment of the Canadian reality glassblowing competition series. Produced by Marblemedia and originally aired on the Canadian channel Makeful, the series shows its unique blend of artistry and competition. Set against the backdrop of the renowned Corning Museum of Glass, the new season features ten talented glassblowers from North America vying for the coveted grand prize of $100,000. As the competition heats up, contestants push the boundaries of creativity to craft extraordinary glass creations that defy imagination.

Fans can expect high-stakes challenges, jaw-dropping artistry, and intense rivalries as contestants strive to outshine each other in pursuit of victory. With the prize money increased to $100,000, anticipation is at an all-time high as “Blown Away (Season 4)” promises to deliver unparalleled excitement and spectacle in the world of glassblowing. Stay tuned for a mesmerizing display of skill, innovation, and craftsmanship in this highly anticipated season.

Release Date & Time

Set your calendars for Friday, March 8, 2024, as Netflix unveils the thrilling fourth installment of “Blown Away.”

What to Expect?

“Blown Away” season 4 promises an exhilarating journey as ten skilled glassblowers from North America converge at the prestigious Corning Museum of Glass to showcase their talents and compete for the coveted grand prize of $100,000. With each episode, contestants face a series of challenging sculpting tasks, pushing the boundaries of their creativity and craftsmanship to new heights.

According to Matt Hornburg, co-CEO of Marblemedia, the production company behind Blown Away, season 4 will be “a bit more dialed up.” Expect to explore the personal stories and motivations of the contestants as they strive to leave their mark in the world of glass artistry.

Hosted by the charismatic Hunter March and judged by the esteemed Katherine Gray, Blown Away season 4 introduces a diverse lineup of contestants, including Ryan Blythe, Arthur Wilson, Hayden MacRae, and more, each bringing their unique perspective and skillset to the competition.

Mark Bishop, also a co-CEO at Marblemedia, said, “We want to see their [the glassblowing artists’] talent, their artistry, and, at the same time, part of the magic is really getting to know their stories and their passion and what motivates them and their families, and why they got into the glassblowing industry,”

Where to Watch Blown Away Season 4?

You can watch “Blown Away” season 4 exclusively on Netflix.

Watch the trailer here

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