There are series that work so well that we don’t want it to end, but unfortunately, the ending is inevitable. Really? Some productions loved by the public won films after their finals, remember here with us.
A fresh example is The Last Kingdom, which will have its official ending in a movie, called Seven Kings Must Die, on Netflix.
Leaving from one very recent film to another, Luther, a British success for the BBC and which was the series responsible for projecting the career of Idris Elba, also won a Netflix film, where the investigator John Luther returns to investigate a cruel and mysterious serial killer, played by Andy Serkis.
We couldn’t stop talking about Sex and The City, right? After the end of the series, Sex and The City won two films: One in 2008 and another in 2010. The first one worked out very well and it was a delight to revisit Carrie Bradshaw, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda. The second one didn’t go so well, leaving something to be desired. Currently, the series has returned to series on HBO Max, with And Just Like That… and has been renewed for a second season.
– Dontown Abby was and remains a highly acclaimed series. With 6 seasons and 52 episodes, the production won two films, one in 2019 and the other in 2022. Both were a sure shot, as they bet on their main characters and on one-off stories to bring the Crawley family dramas back.
Twin peaks ends our list. The plot focused on FBI detective Dale Cooper, who travels to a small town to delve into the murder of young Laura Palmer. Taking advantage of the dark environment of the story, Lynch decided to release a film, called The Last Days of Laura Palmer, which pleased fans of the series.
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