The afterlife comedy will conclude its story this fall.
June 8, 2019
NBC has announced that The Good Place will be ending after its upcoming fourth season. A message to fans from creator Michael Schur was posted on the comedy's official Twitter account, explaining his four-season vision for the series.
The show premiered in 2016 and has been a reliable performer for the network with its 13-episode limited run format. Highly-serialized in nature, its storyline is constantly evolving, with each season moving in a different direction than the last. The show has also continually garnered praise from both critics and its loyal fan base.
The Good Place stars Kirsten Bell as a woman of questionable character who mistakenly ends up in a seemingly-ideal afterlife akin to heaven. Ted Danson also stars as the architect who created the community in which she lives.
The story could only go on for so long and at least the show runners are able to end it on there own terms and not have it canceled or milked for countless shitty seasons.
One more great show that's endlessly re-watchable, well done cast, crew, writers etc.
Coming to its place will be a "reality" shit.
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