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Jonathan Groff, Frankie J. Alvarez, Murray Bartlett, Raul Castillo, O-T Fagbenle, Russell Tovey

HBO Cancels Gay-Centric 'Looking', Plans a Farewell Special

March 26, 2015 08:03:05

HBO has pulled the plug on its gay-centric series "". The critically-acclaimed comedy is canceled after only two seasons, with the season 2 finale already airing on Sunday, March 22.

The second season ended with a cliffhanger as Patrick () is torn between choosing his current boyfriend Kevin (Russell Tovey) and his ex Ritchie (Raul Castillo). Fans, however, can expect a closure to this love triangle as HBO plans a special to wrap up the characters' journey.


'Looking' and 'Orange Is the New Black' Among TV Winners at 2014 NewNowNext Awards

December 03, 2014 01:12:44

The 2014 NewNowNext Awards won't air until December 7, but the winners have already been revealed. In TV field, HBO's "" won big with two gongs. It was named Best New Television Series while its star nabbed the Best New Television Actor award.

"" took home one trophy, thanks to Lorraine Toussaint's performance as the show's main antagonist Yvonne "Vee" Parker. She was honored with Best New Television Actress award.


New Promo for HBO's 'Looking': Jonathan Groff Browsing Through Online Dating Service

November 15, 2013 02:11:23

After teasing it in a promo, HBO has released an official trailer for its new gay-centric series, "". It mostly centers on 's Patrick who thinks there's nothing wrong with young people having "a life outside of work."

"This is San Francisco; that's why I live here. If I didn't want to have a life, I'd move to L.A.," he argues. He is caught browsing through online dating service but claims he's searching for a roommate.


HBO Unleashes First Teaser for Gay-Centric Comedy 'Looking'

November 11, 2013 10:11:20

HBO has offered a sneak peek at its new comedy, "", via a first teaser for the show. While it doesn't shed light on the storyline, the video may intrigue people to watch it with hot-looking actors starring on it, one of whom is featured kissing another man in the promo.

According to SF Examiner, , Frankie J. Alvarez and Murray Bartlett star as close-knit friends looking for love who tease each other about gay-sounding voice mail messages. The official logline reveals the comedy is about three thirty-something friends living in San Francisco who grapple with all the options in contemporary life and the complexities of the modern gay experience.


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