The series was discontinued following a midseason finale in 2018 for unexplained reasons. So, there you have it. Season 4 of "800 Words" has been canceled and will not return any time soon.
The program will not return for Season 8, therefore the new episodes on Netflix are the final episodes of the hit CW drama. In actuality, The 100 was canceled in August 2019, when it was revealed that the program will conclude (quite appropriately) after its 100th episode. However, the network ordered an additional season to wrap up some of the plot threads left open by the conclusion of the show, which will be released simultaneously with the second half of the 100th episode.
In case you're wondering why there would be a 100th episode when the show has already been canceled, this is because the CW wants to release one final season to cover all possible story arcs and events. This way, fans will still get to see what happened to many of their favorite characters even if they aren't going to get another season of The 100.
The first half of the 100th episode will focus on the main characters as they deal with the fallout of the nuclear apocalypse they have been living since the last season ended. As expected, there will be lots of tension and heartache as these characters struggle to move forward in their lives without their friends by their side.
However, the second half of the episode will focus on several major characters who were killed off during the course of the show's history coming back to life for one last adventure.
It aired from September 12 to September 17, 2017, with an 8-episode mid-season finale. The Seven Network cancelled the series after three seasons on August 17, 2018. George Turner is a well-known writer for a leading Sydney daily, producing a weekly piece that he believes must be exactly 800 words long. He tries to write one every day, except on days when it's too rainy or sunny or cold or hot - anything that prevents him from writing - and shows up at work the next morning ready to start.
In season 1, we follow George as he attempts to write an article about his friend Alex's wedding, despite not being invited. We learn that George is actually a senior editor at News Corp Australia and has been giving this speech for several years now. In season 2, we catch up with George a year later as he prepares to give the same speech at the wedding of another old colleague, this time featuring Amanda as the bride. And in season 3, we see what happens when there are no weddings to cover...
In other news, this episode features Kim Min-jung as a guest star who plays George's ex-wife. They have a daughter named Alice who is married to Andy, and it seems they still love each other even though they've been divorced for some time now.
Also, this episode is notable for introducing us to George's father, who we find out is still alive and living in Australia.
With all of these factors in mind, it is reasonable to state that "The Mentalist" Season 8 has been canceled and will not be returning anytime soon. Red Barn Studios announced the news on their website, saying, "After much thought and consideration, we have decided not to go forward with another season of 'The Mentalist.'"
The show's star, Simon Baker, also shared the news on Twitter, writing, "Sad day for fans of The Mentalist. We've just been told by the studio that another season has been canceled. Thank you so much for all your support over the years."
Baker later added, "I'm going to take some time off to rest my legs after doing this full-time for so long."
There are no plans as of now to revive the series but nothing is ruled out. If the stars align properly, then perhaps there could be a Season 9 down the road. For now, we should enjoy this short-lived period of freedom from our mindsets.
"With # The100 Season 6 finale only days away, I have some painful news to share: Season 7 will be our last," Rothenberg said on Twitter in August 2019. & CW for always allowing us to tell our narrative in our own unique style and conclude the program on our terms. Thank you to all my fans for your support over these years.
He later added that there were "no plans at this time" for a final season. However, with no official announcement from the network or the show's producers, it's possible that The CW could decide to cancel the series after its seventh season instead.
The 100 airs on Wednesdays at 10/9c on The CW. It was created by Jason Rothenberg and takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where a group of young people are given new lives in a new location. They must work together to survive because the world is not friendly territory anymore. On paper, it sounds like a great concept for a television show - but in practice, things aren't so simple. The main problem with The 100 is that it lacks any kind of continuity. Each season is self-contained and doesn't affect the story in any way. This makes it very difficult to predict how things will play out because you never know what secrets the writers will keep from one episode to another.
Scream was canceled, thus there will be no fourth season. Creator David Koepp has said that he would like to do another season some day if the story calls for it.
A narrative of 800 words is rather brief. To compensate, employ concepts and locations that your audience are already familiar with. This will help them connect with the story and you can include more information about them as you see fit.
The only real constraint on a short story is the amount of content you want to include. You can't really go over or under this number very easily. However, most writers agree that around 1000 words is the perfect length for a short story.
There are many different forms that short stories can take. You could have a flashback, a prologue, several chapters, etc. As long as it fits within the word limit, you're good to go!
800 words isn't too few to be interesting or too many to be comfortable. Nurture your creativity and you'll come up with some amazing stories that your readers won't be able to stop thinking about.
"When [the fourth season] got picked up for only 16 episodes this year, the cast had a hunch the end was nigh," Rowan remarked. Fox announced the cancellation of The O.C. on January 3, 2007. However, the network also announced that there would be a movie to wrap things up. Would this mean another season of OC? It's possible.
The O.C. is one of those shows that even though it's not popular with 18-34 year olds, it has a large audience when you take into account all ages. When it came out in 2003, it was a hit for FOX. They ordered a second season before they had even finished airing the first one. Then they ordered a third season before the second one had even ended. After the third season ended, they decided to go ahead and order a fourth season even though it was still early in its run-time. In other words, they knew there would be a lot more to this show than just four seasons.
When the fourth season was announced as only being done in 16 episodes, the cast had already been told by then that the show was canceled. So, why would they want to keep making movies if there wasn't going to be a fifth season? Well, according to series creator Josh Schwartz, there will be a fifth season after all!