‘Under The Dome:’ Show Not To Be Shopped To Netflix Or Hulu, Neal Baer Glad With Season 3 Finale?
Out steady observation on the speculations of media critics and fans of CBS’s “Under the Dome” what they think about the series’ renewal is not stopped. Earlier we had brought to you the update of show’s poor rating that generated doubt about its continuation. When the network officially cancelled the series based on the novel of Stephen King, the critics speculated that it would be streamed by other online platforms like Netflix and Hulu. But now the case is different.
Neal Baer, the executive producer and showrunner of sci-fi drama TV series “Under the Dome” since 2013, echoed TVLine that now they do not have any such plan to take the series out of CBS or to shop the series to another platform.
“I’m very happy with this ending. I feel very satisfied. We made it so there could be another [season]… but it wasn’t necessary,” Baer told TVLine.
Baer admitted that they initially had no idea that the season 3 of “Under the Dome” would be their last as they were in predicament with a hope to get renewed for season 4. However, their main intention was to bring out a satisfying ending to the story apart from the network’s final decision to renew or cancel. According to Baer, the ending was designed in such a way that no scope was left behind for another season and he was glad with how the final episode turned out.
Had “Under the Dome” been renewed for another season, what Yibada stated, it would have been a big challenge for the writers to keep the show fresh. They never raised any motive to offer the similar story to the audience by shifting the characters to a diverse location and repeating the falling of dome again.
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