Premium cable network HBO on Monday released the trailer for its upcoming feature-length film to end its gay drama series Looking.

Looking, which ran for two seasons on HBO, 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.

In canceling the series, HBO promised a special to tie up loose ends.

In Looking: The Movie, Patrick, who now lives in Colorado, returns to San Francisco for a wedding, possibly the union of Agustin and Eddie (Daniel Franzese).

“I went away to Colorado and everything was out of sight and out mind. And now I'm back and then there it all is. Everything I thought I dealt with,” Patrick tells Dom, a reference to Kevin (Russell Tovey) and Richie (Raul Castillo), the loves he was torn between as season two ended.

“Sometimes you gotta leave things behind so you can move forward,” Richie tells Patrick on the dance floor.

The final chapter of Looking airs on HBO July 23.