I binge watched the whole of season 2 this weekend. I can see why ratings might have been down this season. It seems like they did a lot in season 1 and then when they got to season 2 weren’t sure what they were going to with these characters and had some of them repeating what they did before or were treading water for a while.
Sometimes a show can have a brilliant first season and then they don’t seem to have much to explore next season. Empire was like this. Doctor Doctor might be in the same boat. Each episode seems jam packed and they’ve done a lot already. You wonder where they can go next season.
So Seven is indicating it will show season 2 part b “after the tennis”. Is it possible for season 3 to air later this year or immediately after season 2 is complete? Seven has to learn from its mistakes when it split the seasons of Winners & Losers in the past.
“Coming Soon” according to Seven with Season 2 Episode 10.
George and Fiona put the heat on their new relationship with a dinner party and a new table. However, if they’re to survive as a couple there are many dramas to overcome both in and out of the kitchen.
Like any show, they probably had been given an indication they were good to go for another season due to it being a co-production.
But I wouldn’t be surprised, like any show waiting for an official renewal (think of APTCH this season), that some of the storylines might be wrapped up by the end of this season, in case plans fell through.
Because most show runners these days (due to the overall cut-throat nature of TV) have to have a plan B in place (or at least some tacked on ending ready to go), in case that happens.
800 Words promo shown tonight, saying it is “Coming to Tuesdays”. I didn’t think there was more than one season of this per year. I know they just wrapped up filming but I thought that was for a series next year!!
Season two had 16 episodes. Seven aired the first 8 episodes in late 2016, and then aired the remaining 8 episodes earlier this year.
I’m assuming the season 3 would be the same?
Why do Seven split up the seasons for? Like they did with this, Winners & Losers and Packed to the Rafters? What is wrong with airing it for its entire run without any interruptions? Like the good old days of All Saints and Blue Heelers. lol