‘Forever’ Creator Matt Miller Reveals Eventual Season Two Secrets in Twitter Question and Answer

By Kitin Miranda | 1 year ago
‘Forever’ Creator Matt Miller Reveals Eventual Season Two Secrets in Twitter Question and Answer

It has been several months since the end of ABC’s wonderful but short-lived show, “Forever”, but fans of the Ioan Gruffudd show, despite the odds, have still continued campaigning for other networks, such as Yahoo, Netflix or Hulu to pick it up for another season. However, as things are still looking bleak, show creator Matt Miller decided to hold a little question and answer portion in order to be able to interact with fans, and to be able to address any questions that loyal fans and viewers may still have. Read on to learn more secrets about what might have happened if there was a second season.

Recently, as there has been no news yet regarding an eventual pick up by another network, “Forever” show creator Matt Miller took to Twitter and engaged the fans in a short Question and Answer portion yesterday, Sept. 17, 2015. He eagerly answered the fans’ various questions regarding the show, and what might have happened if the show was picked up for a second season.



Several interesting tidbits were discovered, such as the fact that Dr. Henry Morgan (Ioan Gruffudd) was the inspiration for Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous detective, Sherlock Holmes; and that Henry did have an actual biological family, aside from Abe (Judd Hirsch), which would have been seen in the flashbacks that usually happen during the course of one episode.

It was also revealed that Lucas Wahl (Joel David Moore) would have had figured out Henry’s secret, and would have been fascinated by it/ Henry would have tried to explain everything to Detective Jo Martinez (Alana de la Garza), although they would have gotten interrupted in the process.

It was also learned that both Jo and Henry would have made it together to Paris someday, and that Jo’s mother, sister and niece would have been shown, if there had been a second season.


Also, it was discovered that the immortal Adam (Burn Gorman), would have returned for the second season.

Miller also posted on his Twitter account last July 7, 2015, that despite everything, Warner Brothers wasn’t able to push through with helping them continue the series, and thanked the fans of “Forever” for staying loyal and true to the show.

What do you think about these revelations? Do you think that ABC made a big mistake in cancelling this show? Do you think that “Forever” still might have a chance? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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