“We’re doing 20 episodes this year,” he said. “It’s the biggest season we’ve ever had.”
The serialized drama about a tight-knit group of friends produced 17 episodes in Season 1, 19 in Season 2 and 18 in the Covid-impacted Season 3.
Nash pointed to the large order as a sign that ABC has confidence in the series’ long-term prospects.
“With us getting a 20-episode order, it doesn’t feel like that ABC wants this to be our last season,” he said.
And Nash, who revealed that he has AMLT‘s final six-episode arc all mapped out for when the time to end the show comes, is convinced that the writers, directors and cast will deliver.
“There’s no question we have enough to do 20 incredible episodes this season,” Nash said.
Read the full interview, in which Nash addresses the big Season 3 finale cliffhangers and what to expect in Season 4 and beyond, here.