It’s “The End” insists A Place to Call Home
When the credits roll next Sunday night, let there be no doubt. It's "The End" says Seven.
At just 23 episodes the period drama starring Marta Dusseldorp and Noni Hazlehurst will bow out, despite still pulling close to a million viewers.
For fans of the show, TV Tonight can confirm there is a conclusion to current storylines, although it does feel like some of them have been hurriedly wrapped up.
One subplot which appears to have hinted at more for a third season is stopped in its tracks. It’s unclear if Seven filmed dual endings in case the series was not renewed.
Seven has also been coy about how much had been developed for a third season, whether fully-written by creator Bevan Lee or not. Lee, who had spoken about a 3-season vision for the show, is understood to have been looking at more scenes into the future for the characters.
A Seven spokesperson recently stressed to TV Tonight, “The decision not to proceed on Series 3 was a Programming decision not a creative decision.”
Other drama projects in development, include a completed pilot called Hartman’s Solution and more of Rebecca Gibney’s Killing Field vehicle, under a new name.
The final episode begins at 9:15pm on Sunday.
And “The End” will roll at 10:15pm.