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.
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