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Instead of lasting only 1 season, they should have made the show into a two-season show.

Let's say the year is divided into 4 seasons: fall, winter, spring, summer. What would you call a TV show whose span last 2 entire seasons? I thought about "two-season", but it sounds a bit off.

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The term season for a TV show isn't the same as the seasons of a year. Most TV shows that have seasons have one season per year, lasting anything from 6 to 24 episodes at 1 episode a week (countries have different trends on season length).

There's no natural expression for the meaning you're asking for. In your example, the natural second half of the sentence might be "they should have made a second season".

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