With the season finale of ABC’s “The Good Place” airing this Sunday, star Paul Dolan announced he was leaving the network.
The series, which stars Emma Stone and Emmett Till, stars Dolan and Stone, who play two sisters who fall in love.
Dolan, who also wrote the script for “The Day After Tomorrow,” is one of several network executive producers who have announced they will not return to ABC after the finale of “The Blacklist.”
Dolan said in a statement on Friday he is not coming back to ABC because he “can’t be the father of two young children and a wife who is constantly juggling work and family.”
Dano, who has been in and out of “Starz’s” lineup, also recently left his role as co-creator of the new “Tomb Raider” reboot and will not reprise the role.
Stone said on Twitter that she has “a few years left on my deal” at ABC.
Dano is one-third of “Good Place,” which premiered last year.
In addition to his co-writing credits on the reboot, Dolan is the executive producer of “Halt and Catch Fire,” which starred Melissa McCarthy and Carrie Coon.
The two also wrote and executive produced the 2016 hit film “Dope.”
“The Bad Place” is based on a novel by Steven Spielberg, the son of legendary screenwriter David Fincher, who directed all three of Spielberg’s films.
Dola said he hopes to continue the series with his wife, Jennifer.
“I’ve written a script that will tell the story of our love story, and that’s the only way it will be told,” Dolan told Variety.
“The story is all there in the show, but I think the emotional arc will be so rich, so full of emotion and so deeply personal, and so unique, and I feel like I can make it richer than it ever has been.”
Dola and Stone said in their statement that they were excited to share the news with their two children, ages 10 and 12, and to “celebrate the end of an era.” “
It’s unclear how long Dolan will remain on “Good Order.
“Dola and Stone said in their statement that they were excited to share the news with their two children, ages 10 and 12, and to “celebrate the end of an era.
“We can’t wait to get back to work on this, and see how we all create a new world together. “
He has always had an eye for the unexpected and a love of adventure and an ambition to be the next big thing, and we’re so excited to be getting to work with him again,” Stone said.
“We can’t wait to get back to work on this, and see how we all create a new world together.
It’s a great time to be a part of it.”
“DOPEYE” stars Emilia Clarke, Michael K. Williams, Michaela Watkins, John Slattery, Tessa Thompson, Kaya Scodelario, John Turturro, and John Travolta.
The second season of “Blacklist” premieres Friday on CBS.