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Take My Idea Please: Wrapping Up Series Finale Cliffhangers

I hereby release this idea into the Internet and hold no title or right herein to it. Why? Because, I come up with at least 10 ideas like this a day and my mind has a tendency to get crowded.

Television shows get cancelled all of the time. However, within the past 5 years or so, I have noticed a rash of television shows ending their run with hella cliffhangers which leave the fate of the characters in serious limbo.

For some reason, this bothers me. I realize that the  cliffhangers could be part of a contractual agreement which ends the television series but, opens up a gateway for movies etc. Still, this is annoying so, I propose that someone create an app, online streaming service, and or network which specializes in 3 to 6 episode arcs which properly tie up a television series.

I realize that ramp up on a project such as this could be a little tricky. Due to the fact that you have to deal with production costs, cast/crew, intellectual property, and territories. This especially comes into play when you are dealing with recent television shows. However, this service could start with older television shows from the 1990's which were never given a proper send off.

In addition, the app/online streaming service/network could work in partnership with the current rights holder of the television distribution or add a powerhouse such as Hulu, Netflix, and/or Crackle to the deal.


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