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Geraldine Viswanathan and Daniel Radcliffe star in “Miracle Workers.” Turner / Curtis Baker

UPDATE: May 28, 5:08 p.m. EDT -- WarnerMedia, the parent company of TBS, announced earlier this month at its upfronts presentation that “Miracle Workers” will be back for Season 2. They also revealed that many of the cast members from the first season will be returning.

“Season two of Miracle Workers will be a medieval story about friendship, family and trying not to be murdered,” a press release shared of the upcoming season. “Centered on a group of villagers in the dark ages trying to stay positive in an age of inequality and fake news, this installment will feature series regulars Daniel Radcliffe, Steve Buscemi, Geraldine Viswanathan, and Karan Soni returning in new roles and facing new challenges.”

Original story: TBS’ seven-episode limited series, “Miracle Workers,” comes to an end tonight with its Season 1 finale, but that doesn’t mean the show is over for good.

Simon Rich, who created the heaven-set workplace comedy starring Daniel Radcliffe (Craig) and Steve Buscemi (God) and the novel it’s based on, always envisioned the program as an anthology that would tell different stories each season, according to Collider.

While TBS hasn’t yet chosen to either renew or cancel “Miracle Workers,” fans should be happy to know that the term “limited series” doesn’t necessarily mean it’s only meant to have one season.

TBS’ description of the show on its website even begins by mentioning how this is “the first season of [the] anthology series,” suggesting there could be more seasons in the future. Viewers shouldn’t be too bogged down by the fact that the first season only has seven episodes, either.

“Seven was just a number of episodes that we needed to tell this particular story,” Rich told Collider. “…[TBS] didn’t ask us to dilute the story and water it down and expand it to 13 or 20. They heard the pitch, they heard the outlines and they agreed that seven’s what it ought to be.”

Once the Season 1 finale airs tonight and this specific story is finished being told, there are plenty of other ones to be shared.

“I do have ideas and I’m really excited about them,” the creator said about his thoughts on future seasons. He also added that it’s “the plan” to use some of the same cast members should the show get renewed. But, like with “American Horror Story,” that doesn’t necessarily mean they’d play the same characters, especially since Rich revealed it’s not always the plan to have the show set in heaven.

While fans wait to hear about Season 2 renewal news or show cancellation news, there’s still one episode of “Miracle Workers,” for sure, left to enjoy. Catch the Season 1 finale on TBS tonight at 10:30 p.m. EDT.