Netflix’s Blown Away returns in March
February 8, 2024
Blown Away is back for season four on Netflix starting on March 8th, and things are about to get even hotter. Hunter March (Sugar Rush, E! Nightly Pop) joins as the new host, which promises to be a fiery competition like no other.
Ten incredible glassblowers will try to brave the heat in a grueling competition to see if they can push their creative limits enough to win the largest grand prize in the history of the series. The artists must create jaw-dropping works of art if they want to avoid elimination and impress Resident Evaluator and Glass Master, Katherine Gray.
This year’s competitors include a diverse array of talented individuals, ranging from seasoned veterans with years of experience to innovative newcomers bringing fresh perspectives to the competition.
Arthur Wilson – from Mableton, Georgia
Gemma Hollister – from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Hayden MacRae – from Calgary, Alberta
Jonathan Capps – from Columbus, Ohio
Karen Willenbrink Johnsen – from Bow, Washington
Leana Quade – from Cleveland, Ohio
Morgan Peterson – from Seattle, Washington
Robert Burch – based between Colorado, North Carolina and New York
Ryan Blythe – from Vashon Island, Washington
Ryan Thompson – from Detroit, Michigan
Production credits for the series include: Executive Producers Matt Hornburg and Mark J.W. Bishop; co-executive producer Donna Luke, and executive producer and series writer Carly Spencer. Mike Bickerton serves as director. Blue Ant Studios’ rights division holds international rights.