By no means a critical darling,turned heads when it debuted in the summer of 2008.
By no means a critical darling, had an audience and its growth in viewership showed that.
turned heads when it debuted in the summer of 2008.
After shooting it, it seemed like it was the right thing to do and I get why they went the route that they did.The way that Brenda wrote this final episode is heartbreaking.I remember reading it and [I had] that sense of "it's really over." Everybody was really serious, we wanted to do the best work because in this business, you never know what your next job is going to be.All I can say is I was very happy with the way Brenda decided to end the show. Some people might not be, but I was happy." data-reactid="44"Kagasoff: You know, it's hard to say.
We were told in such a short amount of time that we weren't doing another season so the writers had to scramble and come up with an ending that satisfied the characters and the audience members. Throughout the years, everyone has been rooting for Ricky and Amy to be together and end up together and I can't say if they do or if they don't. THR: Was the end of Ricky's story the way you had imagined it?As an actor, you just want to be working and I'm just so thankful for that time." data-reactid="29"Daren Kagasoff: It's been an amazing journey for me.