No, no it doesn't. They never give up though. Sure the sport is still great but they went through some very, very boring spells and lots of politics and crap. Now they seem to be just adding complications for the sake of adding complications, ostensibly to keep passing viable. I'm unconvinced.
My biggest complaint though is the tracks they chose lately. I know it's for $en$ible rea$on$ and everything but I can't get excited about new tracks in Asia. Meanwhile the one or two interesting, classic tracks in Asia, they've now lost from the schedule.
My ideal schedule would probably get me sued (some of the tracks are no longer "safe" even they have not changed, meaning they never were...) but it would be something like this, no particular order (but Africa should be first and Asia last IMO):
Albert Park, AU
Paul Ricard, FR
Hermanos Rodriguez, MX
Just off the top of my head. Six continents without having to hold Grands Prix in the middle of the desert or the middle of the night, and tracks with some sort of historic significance. Sheesh... It's improbable they'd ever do this sort of thing again though, money talks.