Next week on The Village episode 10, everyone is coming together. We’ll have an emotional finale coming on the air, and it’s one that could be even more emotional when you consider a hefty dose of context.
At the moment, it’s not 100% if this series is going to be coming back for more! While NBC already revealed their fall schedule earlier this week at upfronts, they made a somewhat-unprecedented move and left the fates of many of their shows up in the air still. Maybe this is them wanting to still have hype around some of their finales, mostly given that if a few shows were announced as canceled before their final episodes aired, maybe there wouldn’t be as much hype. For The Village, it’s certainly one on the bubble and really, its future may come down to just how much belief NBC has in its ability to generate some growth over the summer and into a possible season 2. Is there a way to actually make it more successful? Finding a path to that may be one of the few things that could save it.
Let’s transition now over to what is going to be clearly one of the greatest challenges for the writers: Finding a way to not be distracted by the show’s unknown fate, and to instead enjoy what is directly in front of us. That’s important since that’s probably one of the central messages as well. You have to find a way to live in the moment, avoid distractions, and focus sometimes on what matters — the journey. Sometimes it may be hard, and other times, it may be rewarding. In the end, the only thing you hope for is that there’s going to be some sort of reward on the other side.
For some more information on what’s coming, be sure to check out The Village episode 10 synopsis below:
05/21/2019 (08:00PM – 09:00PM) (Tuesday) : THE VILLAGE FAMILY COMES TOGETHER DURING A TIME OF NEED. An unexpected event brings Katie (Grace Van Dien), Sarah (Michaela McManus), and Nick (Warren Christie) back into each other’s orbits. Patricia (Lorraine Toussaint) deals with her diagnosis, which leads to an unexpected chance at re-connection for Ron (Frankie Faison). Enzo (Dominic Chianese) enlists Gabe (Daren Kagasoff) to pull off a grand gesture. Ben (Jerod Haynes) faces his future and his past. TV-14 L, V
Is it possible that the writers deliver a big, powerful cliffhanger at the end of this finale? Sure, but we also think that they were pretty cognizant of its uncertain future at the time of writing it. With midseason shows, you have to recognize that there is no guarantee for a second life. With that, the #1 goal should really just be find a way to make your core viewers happy. If they’re satisfied in the journey, maybe they’ll recommend you to others in the event that the season 2 does happen.
What do you want to see when it comes to The Village episode 10, and how do you want to see the season end? Be sure to share right now in the attached comments, and remember to come back soon to get some other news. (Photo: NBC.)