All good things must come to an end, and that stands true for hugely popular shows like "Game of Thrones", "Big Bang Theory", "Modern Family", "Supernatural" and "Suits".
As the quest to claim the Iron Throne nears its end with the final chapter of "Game of Thrones" opening next week, these are shows that are coming to an end soon.
Unexpected twists and turns keep fans glued to "Game of Thrones", and its final season will be no different.
Actress Nathalie Emmanuel says the final chapter will bring closure to all the stories in an exciting, but heartbreaking way. Vladimir Furdik, who plays the villainous Night King, also said that season 8 will be packed with lots of surprises.
"Game of Thrones" Season 8 will premiere internationally on April 14. It will stream on Hotstar Premium along with the international premiere, and air on India TV on Star World on April 16.
The story has expanded its universe, and brought forward varied stories with myriad emotions -- be it a love story ending with a fairytale wedding and the highs and lows of corporate takeovers. It has been announced that the show will wrap up with its ninth season, comprising 10 episodes.
Actor Dule Hill says the show will go out with lots of drama, energy and some returning faces.
The show, which airs in India on AXN, will conclude after 15 seasons. The last season will have 20 episodes.
With all the idiosyncrasies, quirky behaviour, cultural one-liners, including a lot of Indian references courtesy British-Indian actor Kunal, as well as dating fundas -- the story that highlights the personal life of scientists and geeks was loved by one and all, making it a phenomenon.
The show, which can be streamed on HOOQ in India, will wrap up its 12-season run with an hour-long finale on May 16 internationally.
Created by Steven Levitan and Christopher Lloyd, the show navigates the life of members of Pritchett family and won hearts for showing a diverse picture of an American family with themes around a gay couple, adoption, dating, young pregnancy and ethnicity running at its core. The final season of the show, aired in India on Star World, is expected to come with "some surprises and big milestones".
Launched in 2012, "Arrow" stars Amell as the titular superhero, whose real name is Oliver Queen. Queen returned home to Starling City five years after being presumed dead in a shipwreck, at which time he created the superhero persona of Green Arrow to fight crime in the city.
The story follows the life of a CIA agent Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) and how she starts suspecting a celebrated war hero, who was once held as a prisoner by a terrorist group, and may in fact be a terrorist sleeper agent. It narrates how the agent risks everything in her duty to safeguard her country.
Shows like "Veep", "Jane the Virgin", "Elementary", "The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt", "Mr. Robot" and "Fuller House" will also wrap up soon.