All's well that ends well, right? Maybe ... unless it's happening on Fridays.
When ABC announced that "Happy Endings" would officially be moving to Fridays in late March, the cast wasn't thrilled -- and they finally opened up about it (above).
While the gang joked that "Happy Endings" could be the new TGIF, they also encouraged loyal viewers to tune in.
"Instead of going out and wasting your money at a bar or a club, that you can stay home and watch 'Happy Endings' for free," Zachary Knighton (Dave) said, while Casey Wilson (Penny) added, "Watch us Friday so that we stay on the air ... but if you're watching in any capacity, God bless you."
Frustration with ABC isn't a new gripe for the "Happy Endings" cast. In February, Eliza Coupe (Jane) opened up about it to ETOnline.
"It's a running joke on set when we film something we all think is incredible that someone goes, 'Oh man, that was so good -- it's too bad no one will ever see it.' ... Do we wish there was more publicity? Yeah. But it's undeniable we're making a great show," she said. "I just wish we had more of a push, and I really hope we get a fourth season -- but that's not up to me."
"Happy Endings" currently airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EST on ABC and will be moving to Fridays at 8 p.m. ET on March 29th.