“Our plan is to end it at ten. If we can leave with most of our audience wanting more, I think that’s the right way to do it,” Levitan said in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter. “Never say never, but I just can’t imagine that we’d go past that.”
And, hey, he's not wrong! The show has maintained impressive critical acclaim and an unwavering fan-base for the better part of a decade, so why not exit on a high and on their own terms? After all, there's nothing worse than a show that wraps without half the original cast and a panicked, senseless finale.
At least we have one more season and approximately 24 more episodes until we have to bid farewell to our beloved Pritchett family.