The top-rated show “Grace and Franky” had its sixth season released recently and the fans are already demanding for the new season. The fans are getting mad as to what the seventh season will bring out. They think, according to what the sixth season showed, the seventh season might end the show. The fans are worried as the show is approaching towards the end.
What the Makers Say
The makers haven’t been involved in answering the questions, but we have some good news. Some sources do tell what the makers have in their minds. They have been telling that they are planning on releasing the new season pretty soon, but that might be the end of the show. The same thing was announced in the last Autumn.
How The Fans Feel
Ever since the announcement has been made, the fans are excited, but at the same time, are very disappointed as it is time to say their favourite characters a goodbye. The Netflix original series has been directed by Marta Kauffman the same who directed the astonishingly famous sit-com, Friends. Kauffman spoke up about the new season when she said that the season would be releasing soon.
The makers also say that in the new season, the characters will evolve themselves and will reflect the good changes they faced throughout the sixth last seasons. The fans had questions as to how many episodes the new season will show. There is a piece of good news; there are speculations that this season might be the longest with around sixteen episodes.
About The Cast
The cast will be the same with Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Sam Waterson. Along with them, we will be having Martin Sheen, Brooklyn Decker and June Diane Raphael. The next season will have some sparks that might keep you awake through the night binge-watching the new season.
The makers seem to be silent almost all the time when something about the new season is asked. Mart Kauffman has said that it is impossible to open up about it before we have written the entire script. She stated the reason for the same by telling that many new things change through production so that nothing can be claimed.