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Here’s How The ‘Looking’ Cast Handled The Cancellation And A Hint About The Movie Wrap-Up

frankie-j-alvarezYou know, it was sad. We all got together, we had dinner. We kind of poured liquor out for our gay homies. It was a bummer… [The finale will be] a feature-length film that doesn’t adhere to an episodic structure. So I think a lot of fans who wanted a longer episode are going to get one long, two-hour episode. I think that will be [a] blessing in a lot of ways: We’ll get to close it out the way everyone wants to close it out, and then, hopefully, we’ll continue to be friends … supporting each other in future projects.”



Actor Frankie J. Alvarez, who played tortured artist Agustín on both seasons of Looking, discussing the end of the series with Vulture