Grand Hotel Co-Star Lincoln Younes Reacts To Series Cancellation By ABC

“Always sad to say goodbye.” So wrote Grand Hotel series regular Lincoln Younes to begin a series of tweets he posted after news hit today that the freshman ABC drama series was canceled.

The Australian actor played Danny Garibaldi, a handsome, charming young man who recently started working as a waiter at the family-owned Riviera Grand Hotel in Miami Beach. He strikes up a romantic interest with Alicia Mendoza (Denyse Tontz), daughter of the hotels owner (Demián Bichir).

Heres what Younes posted with the tweets below:

Always sad to say goodbye… Just got the news our little #GrandHotel familia wont be reuniting again. But this job has brought me more joy than I could have ever imagined and for that Ill always be supremely grateful. Thank you to the incredible fans who checked in every night and invested in our alter-egos. Thank you to the wonderful creatives in the various departments who made every day on set a dream. Thank you to my cast mates for letting me bask in their light for a time. And a special thank you to @briantanen, @evalongoria and @bspeck1 for their unrelenting passion and love for us and our show and for giving me the gift of Danny. Peace and love from the .#RivieraGrand.

Always sad to say goodbye… Just got the news our little #GrandHotel familia wont be reuniting again. But this job has brought me more joy than I could have ever imagined and for that Ill always be supremely grateful. Thank you to the incredible fans who checked in every night

— Lincoln Younes (@lincolnyounes1) October 1, 2019

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