Nirvana in Buddhism means this, of course, the process is more complicated. However, under the concept of heaven and hell, the screenwriter ends with the concept of death to nothingness, which has already challenged the acceptance of the American audience.
With the awakening of the protagonists, and the immortal Photo Manipulation Services demon Michael finally giving up immortality and choosing to become a human being, wanting to experience the rich, interesting and bittersweet life mode of human beings, the final purpose of the screenwriter is to say: "In living When you are there, try your best to do good and help others, and experience life well.” Although the implication is an old stalk, after going through the twists and turns of the four seasons, this seems to be the ideal realization of the religious view in the play.
I have to say that this fantasy comedy plays the setting of the afterlife world very well. In particular, Qi Di, a philosophy professor in the play, cites ethics to explore the cause and effect of various human actions, which is the most attractive point of laughter in the play. As for the issue of life and death, screenwriters generally tend to take it too seriously, otherwise it will become a traditional rigidity, or it can only flip the image of heaven and hell to create a laughing fruit. However, this play is basically in a warm mood, and it does not follow the line of the traditional heaven and hell comedy. It not only incorporates oriental elements, but also returns to the "Everyone's Happy"-style realization at the conclusion. Overall, it can be said to be quite successful. Of course, for viewers who have watched nonsensical comedies, the pace and laughter of "The Good Place" can't help but be a little dull.