Where are the Rayburns now?
John wasn't the only character whose fate was left in the balance. Last we saw the others: Meg had escaped to LA, presumably living a very-not-guilt-free life under a new identity; Diana and the kids left John to move into the "new place"; Sally was... very drunk, but also trying to figure out what to do with the Inn before the sea claimed it; and Kevin and Belle got busted by the feds before they could flee the country. Their stories all got "ends," sure, but also not really. As the creators told THR after the finale aired, everyone's search for meaning and identity "continues."
So... does that mean Bloodline is really gone for good?
With the characters' stories still playing in fans' heads, it's fun to imagine a world where there could be a revival. (The weird thing that is Roseanne 2.0 has also proved that anything's possible in today's TV hellscape.) But Bloodline is, at the moment, very much done. "We're really happy with the end," Todd Kessler told reporters last year, shutting down hopes of salvation on an alternate streaming service or network. "Overall it really feels like a complete piece, and I think that's the goal of storytelling."