Oncer311 wrote: Hey, I have been a huge fan of OUaT since the beginning, and I have loved every season, but I was not a huge fan of the whole 'reboot' of season 6. I watched the first two episodes of season seven, but I couldn't bring my self to watch it. Should I just watch it? Is the seventh season any good?
Not accroding to rating drops it was not, for some reasons by others. Though it did have a few good moments, there were still loose ends and unfinished plots.
All shows lose viewers the longer they go on, that doesn't really say anything about the quality of the show, just that people get bored with things and don't finish them.
That's not the whole truth and only reason. They don't just quit because of being bored of a show. It can so be to the quality of the show. I've seen other people in comments were not happy for some reasons, even if it was personal. Also, it didn't seem to work without the original cast as many complained.
Sure, people can quit a show for a lot of reasons. My point is only that people quiting a show doesn't nessisarily reflect on the quality of the show. And a lot of people who complained about the cast leaving didn't actually watch Season 7, so what they say about the quality of Season 7 is null and void, since they didn't actually try to watch it.
Well that point is not completely true. It can so reflect on the quality when something won't work. I've seen it. The showrunners said the show can go on for multiple years with the new cast, but it sadly didn't work out as Awoovo pointed out in another forum.
There is no "true" and "false" here, we are taking about opinions, not facts. There isn't just one reason that the show was cancelled. The decision to cancel the show dealt with multiple factors, including viewership, actor's contracts, budget, other shows ABC was looking at, Adam and Eddy's ideas, etc.