Daniel Franzese describes 'Looking' finale as a happy and romantic gay film

Tue. February 23, 2016 10:25 AM by OnTopMag.com

Out actor Daniel Franzese recently discussed the upcoming finale of the HBO series Looking.

When HBO abruptly canceled the gay drama after its second season, the premium cable network promised a special to end the series that revolves around the lives of three gay men living in San Francisco. Patrick (played by Jonathan Groff) came to the city to find love; Dom (Murray Barlett) is a middle-aged waiter looking to fulfill his father's dream of owning a successful restaurant; and Agustin (Frankie J. Alvarez) struggles with his art and relationships.

After breaking up with his long-term boyfriend, Agustin meets Eddie (Franzese), who is HIV-positive, in season 2.

Groff recently made headlines when he said that the show's finale will include "the most intense sex scene" he's ever filmed.

(Related: Jonathan Groff: Looking finale includes "intense sex scene.")

Speaking at a fundraiser for the LGBT legal group Lambda Legal, Franzese revealed there is no sex for his character in the show's final chapter, which he described as a "beautiful little romantic comedy."

"Happy and fun and romantic – this is one of those kinds of movies," Franzese is quoted as saying. "I think it's a beautiful little romantic comedy."

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