HBO's 'Looking' Canceled After Two Seasons, But There Will Be an Ending


After just two seasons, Looking is drawing to a close.

The series, which told followed the adventures of three gay men navigating love and lust in San Francisco, will not return for a third season despite public pleas for the show to be renewed.

Instead, “HBO will present the final chapter of their journey as a special,” a spokesperson confirms to ETonline, adding: "We look forward to sharing this adventure with the shows loyal fans."

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Initially launched as a limited series, Looking was picked up for a second season, which aired its season finale this past Sunday.

The show starred Glee's Jonathan Groff as Patrick with newcomers Murray Bartlett and Frankie J. Alvarez playing best friends, Dom and Agustin, respectively.

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Mean Girls star Danny Franzese joined the series this past season as Eddie, an HIV positive love interest for Agustin, while Scott Bakula played Lynn in a recurring role before focusing on NCIS: New Orleans.

For happier memories, watch as the cast reveals whether or not they have more sex than their characters: