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  • The last episode of the series ended with a cliffhanger, leaving stories open.
  • Episodes were short, full of wild action and usually ended on a cliffhanger.
  • Each week's story ended on a cliffhanger: to be continued the following week.
  • In addition, many series have also made extensive use of the traditional end-of-episode cliffhanger format.
  • The first issue was the only issue, and the story ended on a cliffhanger.
  • Like the first series, every episode (except the last one) ended on a cliffhanger.
  • As the last two seasons ended with a cliffhanger, this season will pick up where season two left off.
  • Each film is further divided into three or more chapters that do not end in cliffhangers.
  • Whether they make it in time is left as a cliffhanger.
  • However, due to the cliffhanger ending, it was revealed that the series will continue.
  • The episode ended in a cliffhanger as she was about to go on stage to sing.
  • This ends with some kind of cliffhanger that leads into the first chapter.
  • Some critics felt the third season was dragged down by the previous season's cliffhanger.
  • Each album ends with a cliffhanger which is resolved in the following season.
  • At the end of each episode, there would be a cliffhanger, and the program would be continued the following week.
  • Its ending cliffhanger was the first for the series that would not be resolved until the following week.
  • The author of the review then stated that the cliffhanger increased his affection of the show.
  • A large number of series end all episodes in cliffhangers.
  • Her attempt to shut down an underground tunnel almost leads to her death during the season four cliffhanger.
  • The episode ends after they are introduced, with no cliffhanger.
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Words starting with cliffhanger

Meaning of cliffhanger

  • noun A contest whose outcome is uncertain up to the very end
  • noun An episode that ends in suspense