Adam Pally is (sort of) keeping hope alive for a possible Happy Endings revival.
"Anything is possible," Pally told ET's Denny Directo during an recent interview promoting his new indie dramedy, Joshy. "I'll say this, we're not beating anybody away with sticks but I could see it being a movie or a miniseries or something."
Pally starred on the short-lived-yet-beloved ABC sitcom alongside Eliza Coupe, Elisha Cuthbert, Zachary Knighton, Damon Wayans, Jr. and Casey Wilson. After three seasons, the show came to an end in May 2013.
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"There has been a lot of talk from fans to bring the show back but unfortunately networks execs or people with money are not fans," Pally joked.
However, it seems that the cast still remain friends and would be more than down to reunite: "Any excuse to get together, we'd jump at."
Pally's also opened up about his new comedy, Joshy, explaining, "It's about a group of guys [and] one of their key friends is supposed to get married and the wedding doesn't happen under tragic circumstances, and the guys kind of rally around him and go on the bachelor party anyway."
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Silicon Valley's Thomas Middleditch stars as the eponymous Joshy, while Pally, along with comedians Nick Kroll, Alex Ross Perry and Brett Gelman, play his best friends who are trying their best to keep his spirits up.
"We wanted to do to explore the way men kind of emote," Pally said of the indie dramedy, "Which can sometimes be not at all."
Joshy is in theaters and available on demand on Friday.
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