Michael Schur, the creator of ‘The Good Place,’ said that driving around and seeing people be ‘annoying’ inspired the show.
The final season of The Good Place, an American fantasy sitcom, ended in January 2020.
NBC’s hit TV show had become a pop culture sensation by the time its fourth and final season ended, receiving 14 Primetime Emmy Award nominations, including a nod from the Emmy Awards’ critics for “outstanding comedy series.”
The sitcom’s producer recently revealed that the entire series was inspired by witnessing how irritating real-life humans can be, despite the show’s ratings success.
Manager Michael Schur built ‘The Good Place.’
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Schur started his career in television comedy as a writer on Saturday Night Live, NBC’s late-night sketch comedy program. He’d only done “little dribs and drabs” in Hollywood before that, according to the Hollywood Reporter, including a period when comedian John Stewart “hired me to pitch some ideas for a book he was writing.”
“[Stewart] probably used a quarter of one of my ideas,” Schur remembers, “but very kindly paid me real American money, which was a miracle to me at the time because it meant I could stay in New York and pay my rent.” I was 21 when I got hired at SNL six months after graduating from college.”
Schur received his first Emmy Award for his work on Saturday Night Live. He then went on to write episodes for NBC’s The Office, which led to Parks and Recreation, which he co-created. Schur co-created Brooklyn Nine-Nine before going on to create and direct The Good Place.
In 2016, the show debuted.
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