When ABC canceled Happy Endings, fans of the beloved sitcom had one collective reaction:
Sure it struggled in the ratings, but it was also one of the funniest shows on TV, the entire cast deserved Emmys thrown at their faces and Max was dream boyfriend material:
It's a special kind of dream, but a dream nonethtless. While Happy Endings only lasted three seasons, the gang got a second life thanks to Hulu, where the entire series is currently streaming.
But with the popularity of reboots, revivals and reunions on TV, is it so much to ask for another season or twelve of Happy Endings?
Well, thankfully, someone out there is on top of their game and wants to get the ball rolling. At least according to Penny Hartz herself, Casey Wilson.
"There's interest," Wilson told Entertainment Tonight. "Someone even called my husband [David Caspe], who created it, and basically said, 'I'm a private investor, I would love to pay for a movie' ... we were like, OK... now private citizens are coming off the streets!"
Though "the funds have not sizzled in" their accounts yet, Wilson says she'd be on board.
If that deal falls through, as shadowy dealings with rich mystery investors sometimes do, maybe Hulu can get its life together and put another season out? I mean, that would be--say it with me, kids: