Even when the Amazon series picked up two Golden Globes in 2016 for best comedy and best actor Gael García Bernal, it was considered a fluke. "Instead of those wins proving that Mozart was a series worth watching," says Yoshana Desta, "the series never really found a way to tap into the collective consciousness of mainstream viewers—even after the Globes. But here’s the thing about Mozart in the Jungle: its first season was lovely. Its second and third seasons were lovely. And its fourth season, which debuted Friday on Amazon, is lovelier and looser still, proving exactly why more people should have been paying attention to this delightful show all along." ALSO: Mozart in the Jungle is still one of TV's most bingeable shows.