The Good Place is coming to an end.
The hit comedy’s upcoming fourth season will mark as its final run. Series creator Michael Schur broke the news on Saturday.
Read his statement below:
Schur also spilled an early intel about season 4’s theme in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, he said:
Not that’s different from the themes of first three seasons. When you wrap up a show, there’s a certain amount of tying up loose ends that goes into it that’s a little different than what we’ve done so far. The way that the third season ended was that they’re going to repeat this grand experiment of Michael’s neighborhood with new people and see what happens when it’s new people. Their wager is that any group of people, if given a certain amount of love, support, empathy and help, can become better. That essentially no one is beyond rehabilitation. That’s the first chunk of episodes: repeating this experiment with these new people and having our crew now shift from students to teachers a bit. That’s the plot experiment that’s happening. The aftermath is the aftermath and I won’t get into that too much. The themes are the same and the way the stories unfold is a bit different. Instead of our group being the guinea pigs, they’re now the scientists.
What do you want to see on the final season?