The Good Place star Kristen Bell revealed something that will definitely happen in the popular show's upcoming final episode.
During a set visit, Entertainment Weekly asked Bell about The Good Place's final season. She said, "I would say it’s exactly like life. It is frustrating, requires effort, hilarious at times, and in the end is really meaningful. And over too soon. The final episodes [have] such major life lessons, it’s crazy."
When asked specifically about the finale and what fans can expect from it, Bell replied, "You will finally see what we owe to each other…. This will be worth it. It will give you a lot of feelings — and one is a strong sense of satisfaction. Not only will the ending be worth it, you’ll understand why the whole thing was worth it."
Bells added a piece of advice for fans of the fantasy comedy: "Don’t watch it alone, and hold the hand of the person next to you — even if it’s a stranger."
Created by Michael Schur, The Good Place debuted in 2016. The show has garnered a lot of critical acclaim, having won two Hugo Awards and a Peabody.
The Good Place airs Thursdays on NBC. The show stars Ted Danson, Kristen Bell, William Jackson Harper, Jameela Jamil, D’Arcy Carden and Manny Jacinto.