I haven't watched this (don't know if I will) but I'll put in a word for limiting the number of seasons in a show, having a satisfying arc, and finishing with an actual ending. I quit Lost after S2, because all the mysteries got tiring, and there were 4 more seasons to go. And I blamed Lindelof for that. But Lindelof is saying that he only saw a 3 season arc
, but was pushed to do 10 (!!) seasons.
There were all of these compelling mysteries and so we were saying, ‘We wanna have this stuff answered by the end of season one, this stuff answered by the end of season two, and then the show basically ends after about three years,’” Lindelof said. “That was the initial pitch, and they were not even hearing it. They looked at particularly me—Carlton [Cuse] came on about midway through season one and he joined the chorus of me—but they were just like, ‘Do you understand how hard it is to make a show that people want to watch? And people like the show? So why would we end it? You don’t end shows that people are watching.’
I might have actually watched the whole thing if it was only three seasons and the mysteries got paid off relatively quickly.
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