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[Warning: The following story contains spoilers from the first and second seasons of Bloodline.]
Bloodline viewers are likely cheering the third-season renewal of Netflix's dark family drama. The fate of the Florida Keys-set series was uncertain after the state ended its tax-incentive program, leaving nervous fans on edge, particularly after the series' second season ended with multiple cliffhangers.
The 10-episode third season, for which the co-creators already indicated they had story ideas, will hopefully answer some of the more immediate questions remaining at the end of the second season, like where Kyle Chandler's main character, John Rayburn, is going as he drives away from the Keys, what Meg (Linda Cardellini) thinks her mom "need[s] to know" and, after getting bludgeoned repeatedly with a statuette, is John Rayburn's detective partner Marco Diaz (Enrique Murciano) dead or alive.
While the cast members have insisted they don't know what comes next for their characters, the co-creators have dropped some hints about what's to come. Who knows how long the show will last? But even before the first season premiered, co-creator Daniel Zelman said that they had ideas for potentially five or six seasons and recently co-creator Glenn Kessler indicated there's plenty to explore with the Rayburn family.
"If we keep going, we have a lot of story to tell and there's a lot more we're going to learn about these people," he said.
What sort of things might those be? Read on for insights into 15 burning questions still remaining after Bloodline's second season.
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