View talks to Mario Gaoa about the final season of bro’Town, which starts tonight on TV3:
“The success has been quite humbling. When we first started, we got a whole lot of emails from people, good and bad, and I thought wow, maybe I can pay my rent for another six months at least. I was able to pay my rent for another five years.
We never had a cut-off date in our heads or lifespan for bro’Town. We thought, what can we do? How many more series do we think we have left? The consensus was that we should finish off on a high. But we’ve left it so if ever we decide to revisit it, we can. The biggest thing is that bro’Town has really allowed us all to get into a position in life of buying a house or having a family. We’ve grown up, and grown older with bro’Town.
Some tears will be spilled in the last episode. If there’s anybody going to cry it’ll be Shimpal or possibly Dave – they do get very emotional.”