Out actor Daniel Franzese recently discussed the upcoming finale of the HBO series Looking.

When HBO abruptly canceled the gay drama after its second season, the premium cable network promised a special to end the series that revolves around the lives of three gay men living in San Francisco. Patrick (played by Jonathan Groff) came to the city to find love; Dom (Murray Barlett) is a middle-aged waiter looking to fulfill his father's dream of owning a successful restaurant; and Agustin (Frankie J. Alvarez) struggles with his art and relationships.

After breaking up with his long-term boyfriend, Agustin meets Eddie (Franzese), who is HIV-positive, in season 2.

Groff recently made headlines when he said that the show's finale will include “the most intense sex scene” he's ever filmed.

(Related: Jonathan Groff: Looking finale includes “intense sex scene.”)

Speaking at a fundraiser for the LGBT legal group Lambda Legal, Franzese revealed there is no sex for his character in the show's final chapter, which he described as a “beautiful little romantic comedy.”

“Happy and fun and romantic – this is one of those kinds of movies,” Franzese is quoted as saying. “I think it's a beautiful little romantic comedy.”