Not all shows come "full circle" by the end of the story, but it's so much more rewarding when the ending feels earned - rather than forced. TV finale foreshadowing can come in a number of ways, usually through callbacks to earlier seasons or even the pilot episode, but the TV finale callbacks are often more successful when the writers actually laid out the groundwork long in advance.
Connecting the dots between the series finale and earlier episodes is a way to make the viewers more engaged and feel like watching the series was worth their time, even if the final season was a bit of a disappointment.
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