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SDCC EXCLUSIVE: ‘The Good Place’ creator shares why 4 seasons feels right

Michael Schur dives deep into the philosophy behind the hit NBC comedy.

Is there a universal standard for “being a good person”? Does everyone have a soulmate? NBC’S The Good Place creator and showrunner Michael Schur shared how the show he pitched on whether it’s “possible to be a good person” should end after four seasons. While it’s a “bummer”, it “just feels right”, he said during the press room at San Diego Comic Con. On the series’ main love story of characters Eleanor and Chidi, Schur revealed that his goal is to answer the questions on if soulmates are real.

Watch the video below for our interview during The Good Place press room at SDCC where Schur dives deeper into the details behind the final season.

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