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Jonathan Groff On 'Looking': 'I Feel Sad That It Was Canceled'

Jonathan Groff On 'Looking': 'I Feel Sad That It Was Canceled'

Jonathan Groff gets sandwiched in-between his Looking co-stars Murray Bartlett and Frankie J. Alvarez while attending The Point Foundation’s Annual Point Honors Gala on Monday (April 13) at the New York City Public Library.

The 29-year-old actor was also joined by T.R. Knight, Brad Goreski, Jeffrey Tambor, and Judith Light at the event where he was honored with the Point Horizon Award.

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Jonathan recently opened up about his show Looking being cancelled last month by HBO.

“We wanted to create a show with gay men where they weren’t tragic figures or the comedic relief or sexually sensationalized but just multi-dimensional human beings,” Jonathan told People. “So, I feel sad that it was canceled but grateful for the time that we had. Hopefully it maybe paved the way for other people to create [more] gay stories. Hopefully someday there won’t be just one gay show on the air but multiple shows.”

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Credit: Theo Wargo, D Dipasupil; Photos: Getty
Posted to: Brad Goreski, Frankie J. Alvarez, Jeffrey Tambor, Jonathan Groff, Judith Light, Murray Bartlett, TR Knight

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  • Benny Ehud

    Seriously, who wants to see a scripted TV show centered around gays. I love HBO, but I was surprised when it was renewed for a second season. I couldn’t possibly believe people were watching this show.

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  • TheBelltower

    It was painfully boring. Men whining about relationships is not interesting.

  • crab33056

    Compared to the millions of shows where women constantly complain about relationship? I like this show, it gave us an insight of gay men in relationships. Plus Russell Tovey and Jonathan Groff were beautiful together. The rest of the cast I could take them or leave them. The guy who portrayed Richie was not a good fit for the character. He seemed uncomfortable during the sex scenes, so it made it uncomfortable to watch him.

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