Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 1 Finale
Monday, April 18 at 1 PM
Executive Producer Aline Brosh McKenna previews a Crazy Ex-Girlfriend wedding on the season finale!
Here's the Crazy Ex-Girlfriend season 1 finale trailer!
Check out a scene from the finale! Rebecca gets advice from her new boyfriend's ex.
Filipina actress Lea Salonga is guest-starring on the finale. According to ew.com, "Bloom used the announcement as an opportunity to discuss the importance of diversity on television in the context of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, which stars Filipino-American actor Vincent Rodriguez III. “One of our characters happens to be Filipino so when we realized no one else had even made the effort to show a Filipino family on an American comedy, it taught me a lot about Filipino culture,” Bloom said. “It’s also taught me really about how important diversity is, if you want to tell a new story.”
Check out a scene from the finale event!
Can Liv rescue the men in her life?
Executive Producer Rob Thomas previews the night!
The article includes the cast talking about the attention that will be given to the love triangle between Ravi, Peyton and Blaine in the finale. However, it says, "It was not the romance, but the action that really had everyone particularly excited... Thomas acknowledged, “It’s as close to a traditional zombie movie as we have ever done.” Whatever happens in the finale must be a bit violent because several of the actors talked about their war wounds as a result of shooting it. Robert Buckley who plays Liv’s ex-fiancé, Major, lifted his shirt sleeve to reveal a giant bruise on his arm. He joked that the bruise was either from a zombie or perhaps he just tripped at craft services and hit his arm on a hard pretzel. Malcom Goodwin (Liv’s detective partner, Clive Babineaux) boasted of injuries in a less obvious place claiming, “My left butt bone is a little bruised.” Michalka also mentioned some bruising saying she walked away from filming with a few black and blues on her wrist and leg from being roughed up a bit."
The article also says, "The big question that weighs heavily is if all the characters will make it out alive (or, considering that we’re talking about zombies, at least make it into the credits for next season). Robert Buckley teased that the show was getting a little “Game of Thrones-y” and that at least one player will not make it past season two, or as he put it, “someone in the mix is going down!”
Check out what iamhighvoltage.com reports as some of the cast's intitial reactions to reading the script for the final two episodes:
Rose McIver: “I cried”
Malcom Goodwin: “Let me get on my treadmill and get into shape”
Rahul Kohli: “Can we pull this off?”
Robert Buckley: “It just doesn’t stop. It’s wall to wall.”
David Anders: “A lot of guns. A lot of death. A lot of fun… It reminded me of my Alias days.”