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‘Yellowjackets’ Co-Creators Say Five-Season Plan Is ‘Still On Track’

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The minds behind “Yellowjackets” are in it for the long haul. In the new issue of Entertainment Weekly, the hit series graces the magazine’s cover, and co-creators Ashley Lyle and Bart Nickerson share more details about what’s in store. READ MORE: ‘Yellowjackets’ Season 2 Teaser Hints At Supernatural ‘Darkness’ “The original plan was about five seasons, and we feel like we’re still on track for that,” Lyne reveals.

Explaining that while “there’s always room for things,” she adds, “we don’t really see this as being more than a five-season show.

I think that there are shows that can go forever, but I think that when you’re telling such a deeply serialized story and it’s about these characters’ lives, you want to reach a satisfying conclusion and not just drag things out forever.” Lyne continues, “This isn’t really one of those setup shows where it can go anywhere.

So far, we’ve been really on track. Season 2 is largely what we always planned, but you do make a lot of discoveries along the way and so it’s always a little bit surprising.” READ MORE: Lauren Ambrose On Joining ‘Yellowjackets’ Season 2 And Final Season Of ‘Servant’ (Exclusive) Of course, despite all their plans, there may still be some changes to the journey they’ve got sketched out as the show continues. “In terms of some of the major places that we wanted to land or move the story to, that is happening, but a lot of the dynamics and what it means to the characters are different than I necessarily thought they would be,” Nickerson says. “Some of the major sign posts are still happening, they’re just happening in different ways, which I kind of feel like is perfect for keeping the experience alive and vital on our side.

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