Marvelous Mrs. Maisel executive producers, Amy Sherman-Palladino and Daniel Palladino, just want the show’s fifth and final season will be air on 14 April. In a letter to the Emmy-winning series, Sherman-Palladino said goodbye to the life-changing show ahead of the premiere, writing that it was “our last chance to say goodbye to our girl.
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“This show was so much more than a job or even a creative endeavor,” she wrote. “It became my world. I woke up in this world and fell asleep in this world. I saw everything around me in Technicolor.” She went on to explain that the hardest part was parting with Rachel Brosnahan’s Miriam “Midge” Maisel and Alex Borstein’s Susie Myerson. She then thanked everyone who helped bring his vision to life, even though at times it seemed impossible.
“The cast, the crew, the crazy pirates running around our Brooklyn playground trying to figure out things that were impossible until they weren’t,” she said.”Being a weirdo like me and having people to turn to … and they stand there, blink twice, and then it happens. Because they are the best”. (The Hollywood Reporter)
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The Palladinos did not expect that the show will run for five years as they told The Hollywood Reporter after the news broke. They explained that when they started the show, they were just hoping to get a second year and develop it further. Gilmore Girls executive producers said they always had an ending in mind for the Amazon series, and it just fit into season five.
“We wanted them to feel that their journey was worthwhile and that they deserved it. And of course, we want them to miss us terribly and hate all the other writers and directors they’ve worked with.” Sherman-Palladino ended his farewell by thanking the show’s fans.”Thank you for your interest in this journey, in this character,” he wrote. “My life changed when Rachel Brosnahan walked in. I’ll never be the same again.”(The Hollywood Reporter)