The third season of “The Umbrella Academy” dropped last week and people are now most likely enjoying its latest run.

Once done, most will be curious to see if “The Umbrella Academy” will have another season in tow. A person who can shed more light on that is creator Steve Blackman.

In an interview with TheWrap, the showrunner revealed that he has pitched season 4 to Netflix but has yet to get the green light. However, there is a chance that even if season 4 is announced, it could be the last run for “The Umbrella Academy.”

"I think inevitably if we got a Season 4, it’s going towards an endgame,” Blackman said. “I think at a certain point, I’m not sure where we’d go after Season 4. We have to be careful. My plan for next year is not to continually tread on the same ground we have before. It’s a challenge to come up with a new way to subvert this storyline, and I think we have an idea how to do that. But I think if we got to Season Four, it would be a great ending for the run of the show. I’m not saying I couldn’t do more, but you know, I think that would be very satisfying for the audience, four seasons.”

It should be noted that when the series started, Blackman had already envisioned it to last for just four seasons. However, he is not closing the possibility of seeing it go beyond that.

For now, it would be best to slow down and set expectations for the fourth season. Among the plans of Blackman is to reportedly strip some characters of their powers.

“I want to pose to the viewer and the fan, ‘Would they be happier without their powers?’ I mean, all they do is complain about being who they are,” he said.

the umbrella academy 'The Umbrella Academy' Season 2 has been green-lit by online streaming giant Netflix. Umbrella Academy/Facebook