At the height of ABC’s Modern Family reign, a little show that could came out of nowhere with wit, heart and whole lot of A-MAH-ZING laughs. The ensemble that was Happy Endings embodied something fresh on television. It introduced me to comedianne Casey Wilson, who I’ve been rooting to land a leading role since. And Adam Paully’s Max was actually a large step for gay representation on screen. I think the most endearing thing about Endings was it felt like I was hanging out with my own friends. Hope is still alive for one, final season.

Published by Lorin

Hail from the state that birthed Michael, Janet and Babyface. Music junkie. Pop culture fiend.

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