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Romano Hints at Ending Popular TV Show
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Emmy award winning comedian Ray Romano is hinting next season, the ninth, may be the last for his “Everybody Loves Raymond.”
Answering a question on how he keeps the TV series fresh and original, Romano joked: “You stop after one more year.”
Romano, attending a concert Saturday to benefit the Tiger Woods Foundation, indicated he wanted the popular CBS show to end on a high note.
“It’s hard work,” Romano said. “You start repeating yourself.”
But Romano credited his writers for always drawing on their own lives and bringing new material to the show.
“The trick is to get out when you’re still wanted,” said Romano, 45. “Not too soon, but not too late.”
After being nominated several times, Romano won his first Emmy Award last year.