'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' Loses Cast Member in Surprising Twist
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There was a surprising moment on the latest episode of The CW’s series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, which is currently airing its second season on Friday nights.
One of the original stars of the show said goodbye for good and the character won’t be seen again, at least for a while!
The person who left the show explained to Vulture that they only signed a one-year contract and decided to go work on other projects.
Click inside to see who left the show and why…
Santino Fontana, who plays Greg, has left the show. His character has finally accepted that he is an alcoholic and moves to Atlanta to be a student at Emory University. He also told Rebecca (Rachel Bloom) that he loves her.
“The CW was kind enough to give me a one-year contract because of what I thought would be best for my family and my life [in New York],” he said. “I never, ever in a million years thought they would let me do that.”
“There was a lot of time where we didn’t know if the show would be coming back. In that interim, I had some opportunities both with films and theater and writing that presented themselves, and I had no idea what was going to happen,” he told Vulture. “Also keep in mind, I didn’t know my future with the show regardless, and I didn’t know if the show would be coming back. So when we did get picked up, I was in a really tricky spot because I had a bunch of things that I already committed to, and I couldn’t in good conscience back out of them. It was a really tough decision, and it had a lot to do with my family and my base in New York.”