Resident Alien has been renewed for a fourth season it was revealed today.

However, the show is making a move from Syfy to USA Network (both channels are owned by parent broadcaster NBC.)

Based on the Dark Horse comics, the comedy scifi series follows a crash-landed alien named Harry (Alan Tudyk) whose secret mission is to kill all humans.

Produced by UCP, in association with Amblin TV and Dark Horse Entertainment, the series averaged 3.3 million total viewers (+4% vs. S2) and 1 million in the 18-49 demo (+36% vs. S2) across all platforms through 35 days, in its third season.

Premiering on February 14, Season 3 saw Harry vowing to work with General McCallister (Linda Hamilton) to rid the Earth of the Grey aliens, a task made more difficult when he discovered that the Grey Hybrid Joseph (Enver Gjokaj) had taken a job in town as the new Deputy. In addition, Harry struggled to balance business and his personal life when he fell in love for the first time.

The series stars Alan Tudyk, Sara Tomko, Corey Reynolds, Alice Wetterlund, Levi Fiehler, Elizabeth Bowen and Judah Prehn.

Resident Alien was adapted to television by executive producer Chris Sheridan, who has served as showrunner since the launch of the series and remains at the helm for the upcoming fourth season on USA Network.

Mike Richardson and Keith Goldberg of Dark Horse Entertainment, Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank of Amblin TV, Robert Duncan McNeill and Nastaran Dibai also executive produce.