I won't stop watching, but I don't think the show will get dramatically better. Anytime you have attraction betweencharacters on a TV show it almost always goes downhill, because of all the effort it takes the writers to keep them apart IMO. They can't have them get together until close to the end of the series, because happily ever after would be boring over an entire season. It's a catch 22 unless you have fewer seasons, & the series is roughly plannedout at the beginning. For example season 1 we get to know thecharacters & they become close friends, season 2 the romance slowly builds & in season 3 it either blossoms into a full blown relationship or it doesn't. They key I think is you have to set areasonable limit to the number of seasons, something I know the networks won't do.
A legacy show thatillustrates being driven into the ground is Remington Steele. It just kept going & going, to the point that in the end people lost interest & itlimpedto its pitiful conclusion.