When TV shows end badly

Over 121 episodes across six seasons, the show Lost set up all sorts of intriguing mysteries, but the finale did not explain any of those things.
Over 121 episodes across six seasons, the show Lost set up all sorts of intriguing mysteries, but the finale did not explain any of those things.PHOTO: ABC

Fans are naturally disappointed when TV shows end abruptly or in an open-ended manner, as these examples illustrate

The conclusion of HBO sci-fi series Westworld’s Season 2 last month answered a few questions, but ultimately, left many viewers more confused and bewildered than ever. 

In case fans are beginning to worry that the show is going nowhere and will end up leaving them in the lurch, the creators have given the assurance  that they have already set up a proper ending for the series. Starring Jeffrey Wright and Evan Rachel Wood, the show is about the conflict between humans and an increasingly intelligent army of human-like robots. 

TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE

Thank you for reading The Straits Times

You have reached one of our Premium stories. To continue reading, get access now or log in if you are a subscriber.

What is Premium?