According to Schur, this is the final end of the hit series, which he and his co-creators have been planning since they aired season two.
He told TV Line back in June 2019: “Every time that we thought we should maybe extend something, we came back to that as the guiding principle, as the sort of North Star for the way we break stories.
“And it always led us to determine that it was better to cut something off before it runs out of juice.
“That always kept us on this pace to end everything after season four.”
In the same interview, he admitted how a part of him wanted to keep the series running on but it felt like the right way to end it.