After three seasons, HBO's hard-hitting political drama The Newsroom will be coming to an end, but are the stars ready to say goodbye?
The Aaron Sorkin series, which debuted in June 2012, has dealt with terrorism, political elections, government corruption and now, in its final six-episode season, the show will be raising the stakes to bring viewers one last round of powerful entertainment.
At The Newsroom's season 3 premiere party, stars Jeff Daniels and Olivia Munn stopped to talk to ET and revealed what they will miss about working on the series.
"We worked very, very hard for three years," said Daniels, who leads the ensemble cast as anchorman Will McAvoy. "I mean, we all wish it would go on, but it's very difficult to do well, and maybe three seasons – as good as we can do it – is enough."
However, Daniels says that he will miss his co-workers.
"I'll miss the crew, I'll miss the cast. This was a good group. We got along real well, which isn't always the case, but on Newsroom we did," Daniels said. "I've got a few friends for life out of this one, which is good."
Meanwhile, Munn, who plays economist and news correspondent Sloan Sabbith, said that she's going to miss the material.
"I'll miss being able to say Aaron Sorkin lines on a regular basis," the actress admitted. "It's been really amazing to do this character. I think I'll miss Sloan most of all."
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