Today’s announcement that the criminal drama of CBS will be started again MacGyver was finishing his series at the end of the month, and fans and cast members left mixed emotions. At the top of the list were serial stars Lucas Till and Justin Hires, who posted “thank you” posts to capture their feelings in the moment.
Till left his message on Instagram, including a message from Nellie Andreeve Rock a clip that broke the story of the end of the series.
“Where to start? For the past five years, I will look at them as the MOST FORMATIVE YEARS IN MY LIFE, “Till announced. “A lot of hard, a lot of love. I made longtime friends, not really, family. I learned to move to new frontiers, breaking through and passing and passing. I was nervous about the icon’s cloak, and you let me into your homes and accepted me. Now I’m like Roger Moore from MacGyvers thanks to your support. Lol. “
He then thanked his associates.
“But this is also a love letter to my cast and crew, to those who have been with us since the 1st or 1000th day, through those oppressive summer days in the heat of Georgia, where moisture like a warm sweater envelops you down freezing on winter days, where it’s worst in that no one believes you when you say it is getting cold in Georgia. Lol. Through all the people who said we wouldn’t make it through the first 13, through all the hard times you always somehow brought me so much joy into my life, helped me grow exponentially and you showed me what it means to be a real cinema team. This format just doesn’t have enough justice for everything I want to say, so maybe this is the first of many annoying messages, but thank you, my new family, from the bottom of my heart, thank you. All of you. “
Justin Hires joined him in parting.
All good things must come to an end. An amazing 5 years with an amazing cast and crew! Thanks to the loyal and dedicated fans who watched and supported this show. And a HUGE thank you to CBS for hiring me for 6 years haha. We are still in first place in the displays in our time period😎📎 pic.twitter.com/VTpT5vaKHu
– J. Hires (@JustinHires) April 8, 2021