It takes a lot of work to deliver a great show year after year, season after season, and a lot of unforgettable TV series we’ve come to know and love are actually just mostly known for a single really good season – even if they were already on air for a while or went on to exist for years.
Unlike a trilogy of films, which usually comes up to seven or eight hours of content and takes about a decade to be written, shot, and distributed, TV shows have to keep audiences interested for more than 10 hours (sometimes, more than 20 hours) every year, and if they’re successful, they go ...
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