'Entourage' Ending: Long-Running HBO Hit Films Final Scenes Tuesday
The cable television series wraps up after eight seasons as Jeremy Piven and other cast members tweet goodbyes from the set in Van Nuys, California.
For the better part of the last decade, Entourage has been a staple on HBO and a steady presence on the streets of Los Angeles, where the series shot in various restaurants, bars, residential homes and other locations around Southern California.
Tuesday, that all comes to a close, as the series shoots its final scenes at Van Nuys’ airport known for its private jet traffic.
Star Jeremy Piven took to Twitter to express his sentiments regarding the last day of filming from the set.
“Last day on Entourage here, thank you guys for joining us for 8 seasons,” he said.
Adrian Grenier tweeted "Last day at school," Tuesday while reflecting on a more serious note earlier this week "I don't know what I'll miss more, the laughs or the love" regarding the waning days of the show.
Cast member Caitlin O’Connor also used to social networking site to share a photo and say goodbye. “Filming the last episode ever today,” she said. “I play a flight attendant named Courtney!”
Entourage enters its eighth and final season in July with cameos from former NFL star Mike Ditka and others.
Despite an offer, recently retired U.S. Representative Anthony Weiner will not make an appearance in the final season of the series.