Tomorrow, the season finale airs at 10p/9c on AMC.

It’s a major milestone in a process that begin more than three and a half years ago in a windowless office at our day jobs in North Burbank, when Chris Rogers and I—neither of us professional writers—decided to write a one-hour drama script about the early days of personal computing.  Never in our wildest dreams did we think it would actually become a series on television. 

In the recent weeks, many friends, family members, and people I’ve never met but who are fans of the show have asked me if there’s going to be a second season.

The honest answer is: I don’t know.

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