Out actor Jonathan Groff recently discussed HBO's upcoming finale for Looking, which he said will include “the most intense sex scene” he's ever filmed.

When HBO abruptly canceled the gay drama after its second season, the premium cable network promised a special to end the series.

Looking follows the lives of three gay men living in San Francisco: Patrick (played by Groff), who came to the city to find love, Dom (Murray Bartlett), a waiter looking to fulfill his father's dream of owning a successful restaurant, and Agustin (Frankie J. Alvarez), who struggles with his art and relationships.

Season 2 ended with Groff's video game designer character Patrick questioning whether he should stay with his boyfriend Kevin (Russell Tovey) or pursue a relationship with Richie (Raul Castillo).

Groff, who currently plays King George III in the new Broadway musical Hamilton at the Richard Rodgers Theatre, spoke with Kevin Sussems about his career and the show's upcoming 2-hour finale.

He said that he had filmed “the most intense sex scene” for the finale and joked that it involved “some rimming.”

“In regards to the sex, I felt excited to do it because I felt like we were going to be illuminating something that not a lot of people see,” Groff said. “Some people thought there was too much sex in the show or not enough sex in the show.”

HBO has yet to announce a premiere date for the Looking finale.