Everything that starts has to end, and in the case of tv series it is preferable that this is due to the fact that he has put a date to its end which will enable their creators to give a close satisfactory to the history. That’s going to be what is going to happen in the case of ‘Love’since it was just announced that the third season is going to be the last for the series issued by Netflix.
This “cancellation” form part of the a clear attempt from Netflix to refine a little more your grill series. During the last few months had already revealed titles such as ‘Haters Back Off’, ‘Gypsy’, ‘Girlboss’, ‘The Get Down’ or ‘Sense8’, and for ‘Love’ hasn’t even been enough to be one of the titles most maratoneados on Netflix during the first 24 hours worldwide.
yes, the decision has been made in mutual agreement between Netflix and Judd Apatow, producer and co-creator of the series. What is not known is to what degree they had margin to its decision-makers to adjust the third season and that it works as a true ending to ‘Love’, since its premiere is scheduled for the next march 9. the Cindy Holland, vice president of original series from Netflix, has said this about the news:
we could Not have hoped for better travelling companions in ‘Love’ that the incomparable Judd Apatow, Gillian Jacobs, Paul Rust, Lesley Arfin and the rest of the fantastic cast and crew that has given life to this series so special. Over three seasons, viewers around the world have laughed, have been ashamed, and have cried with Mickey and Gus, and we are excited to share the conclusion of this journey with their fans.
Sure, many fans of the series will think that it is a pity that the time has come to say goodbye to ‘Love’, but at least has not been canceled without prior notice. The 9 march will be able to say goodbye to Mickey, Gus and the other characters of the series -in my case it will be Bertie who else am I going to miss-.
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The news Netflix puts date at the end of ‘Love’: the romance of Mickey and Gus will end in his third season was originally published in Espinof by Mikel Zorrilla .