The summer finale of ABC Family’s newest comedy series Young & Hungry is two days away, and everyone at CS4U can’t contain their excitement for Wednesday’s episode!
In the summer finale titled “Young & Thirty (and getting married!),” Josh and Caroline’s wedding is now happening in five days, sending Gabi into a panic about her feelings for Josh. Pushing aside her feelings, Gabi is excited to present Josh with a very special birthday gift. But when Caroline arrives, having clearly forgotten Josh’s birthday, Gabi offers to let her claim the gift as her own. However, Gabi is unprepared for Josh’s heartfelt reaction to the gift and wonders if she should tell the truth – potentially ruining the big day.
CS4U caught up with Jonathan Sadowski, who plays Josh on the series to talk about what fans can expect from the summer finale, why he thinks Josh keeps putting up with Caroline instead of dating Gabi, what its like working with co-star Emily Osment, and his favorite part about filming the show. Make sure to read the interview highlights under!
“Young & Thirty (and getting married!)” airs Wednesday, August 27th @ 8:00PM ET/PT on ABC Family.
Young & Hungry Summer Finale Preview
What fans can look forward to in the summer finale: “There may or may not be a wedding in the finale. As I was reading the script, I was just pulling my hair out of my head it was so good! The writers did a really great job. My hat’s off to David Holden. He really knocked this script out of the park.”
Why he thinks Josh keeps putting up with his fiancé Caroline instead of dating Gabi: “During the episodes you see that she does have some redeeming qualities, and in the pilot episode Josh said that she’s perfect for him. When she gives him a horse, or through terms of endearment, or the way she looks at him, I think there is something there that Josh is completely enamored with, and I think a little more will unfold as the series finale happens. It’s going to be a doozy!”
What its like working with Emily Osment: “She’s great! She’s been around in the industry for a while. She’s been acting a long time, and she’s got some chops. Her comedic timing is amazing, she’s very, very quick. Even when we’re not in a scene, you always have to watch what you say around her, because she’ll take whatever you said and flip it and spin it into like four different things and make you regret saying it [laughs]”
His favorite part about filming the show: “The live audience. You can’t describe it. We get to make people laugh for a living. When you’re there on the set and you have 300 people who are completely invested in the show with you, and when you do something funny they laugh, and when it’s dramatic you can hear a pin drop. You just feel like you’re all on a ride together. It’s really cool.”