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11th Feb '17 11:22:11 PM thatother1dude
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* The fifth season of ''Series/BreakingBad'' has been announced as the final season.
** Although the decision to split 16 episodes into two blocks of 8 episodes over two years has led to some people - including those making the show - to talk about them as seasons five and six.

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* The fifth season of ''Series/BreakingBad'' has been was announced as the final season.
** Although
season--by the decision point it was renewed, the writers decided Walt's story needed to reach a definite end. So they'd have enough time to do so, they split 16 the season into two eight episodes into two blocks of 8 episodes over two years has led to some people - including those making the show - to talk about them as seasons five and six.halves completed a year apart.



* The anouncement of ''Series/{{Chuck}}'''s fifth season renewal was swiftly followed two days later by the anouncement it would be the final season, after two seasons which received 13 episode renewals which were written as the GrandFinale before NBC ordered more episodes to extend the seasons, which subsequently ended on cliffhangers instead.

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* The anouncement of ''Series/{{Chuck}}'''s fifth season renewal was swiftly followed two days later by the anouncement announcement it would be the final season, after two seasons which received 13 episode renewals which were written as the GrandFinale before NBC ordered more episodes to extend the seasons, which subsequently ended on cliffhangers instead.
11th Feb '17 11:13:39 PM thatother1dude
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-->''"No. They canít just cancel a show like ''Alphas''. You know? They have to help the viewers let go. ''Firefly'' did a movie to wrap things up. ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'' continued on as a comic book. ''Heroes'' gradually lowered the quality season by season till we were grateful it ended."''

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-->''"No.->''"No. They canít just cancel a show like ''Alphas''. You know? They have to help the viewers let go. ''Firefly'' did a movie to wrap things up. ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'' continued on as a comic book. ''Heroes'' gradually lowered the quality season by season till we were grateful it ended."''
2nd Feb '17 12:46:40 PM Pegase
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*Season 9 of ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' is an example of what happens when this isn't pulled off right. The writers and everyone else were sure Scrubs wouldn't be renewed, so the eighth season wrapped everything up nicely with a bow. And then they got renewed. Oops.
31st Jan '17 6:40:10 AM lakingsif
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-->"No. They canít just cancel a show like ''Alphas''. You know? They have to help the viewers let go. ''Firefly'' did a movie to wrap things up. ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'' continued on as a comic book. ''Heroes'' gradually lowered the quality season by season till we were grateful it ended."

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-->"No.-->''"No. They canít just cancel a show like ''Alphas''. You know? They have to help the viewers let go. ''Firefly'' did a movie to wrap things up. ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'' continued on as a comic book. ''Heroes'' gradually lowered the quality season by season till we were grateful it ended.""''
31st Jan '17 6:38:17 AM lakingsif
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-->"No. They canít just cancel a show like ''Alphas''. You know? They have to help the viewers let go. ''Firefly'' did a movie to wrap things up. ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'' continued on as a comic book. ''Heroes'' gradually lowered the quality season by season till we were grateful it ended."
-->-- '''Sheldon''', ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' "The Closure Alternative"
16th Jan '17 9:36:51 PM thatother1dude
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* ''WebAnimation/SonicForHire''[='=]s seventh season is specifically advertised as the last season.
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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'''s creator stated that he decided to end the series in season 2, to guarantee it wouldn't go on to lose it's originality and becoming something he does not intend to. The season has since focused on the solution to every major mystery opened in season one, the CharacterDevelopment and revealing the DarkAndTroubledPast of characters such as Pacifica, and the resolution of romantic subplots.
* ''WebAnimation/SonicForHire''[='=]s seventh season is specifically advertised as the last season.

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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'''s creator stated that he decided to end the series in The last season 2, to guarantee it wouldn't go on to lose it's originality and becoming something he does not intend to. The of ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' has the setting moved into space (literally; the whole previous season has since focused on led up to the solution to every major mystery opened in season one, park being moved into space), and follows a (previously hinted-at) StoryArc about Pops' role as TheChosenOne preventing [[ApocalypseHow the CharacterDevelopment and revealing end of the DarkAndTroubledPast of characters such as Pacifica, and the resolution of romantic subplots.
* ''WebAnimation/SonicForHire''[='=]s seventh season is specifically advertised as the last season.
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19th May '16 11:09:26 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* After ''{{One Tree Hill}}'' was renewed for a ninth season, it was confirmed as the final season. Season 8 was also written as a FinaleSeason & wrapped up most of the character arcs over the season, but was never advertised as such, before a surprise renewal.

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* After ''{{One Tree Hill}}'' ''Series/OneTreeHill'' was renewed for a ninth season, it was confirmed as the final season. Season 8 was also written as a FinaleSeason & wrapped up most of the character arcs over the season, but was never advertised as such, before a surprise renewal.
19th May '16 11:08:56 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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13th Feb '16 6:12:21 PM Arcana4th
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*''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'''s creator stated that he decided to end the series in season 2, to guarantee it wouldn't go on to lose it's originality and becoming something he does not intend to. The season has since focused on the solution to every major mystery opened in season one, the CharacterDevelopment and revealing the DarkAndTroubledPast of characters such as Pacifica, and the resolution of romantic subplots.
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