Since watching the documentary about making the final episode, I'm starting to think about where the cast will go from here. Speculation?
I hope this is cool for this thread--truly sorry if not! Also, none of this is meant to be mean, even if my predictions are more limited for some people. It's more a question of Hollywood's limited imagination; I don't think there are too many opportunities that really let people fly all their talents like CXG.
I think Bloom and Champlin are the two break-outs who can write their own ticket from here. Champlin probably as a top Broadway name, though she'd also be great in another stylish TV comedy. (BTW, I've loved seeing her look so gorgeous the last several episodes. I know they were going for exhausted working mom for the earlier seasons, but nice they're letting her look beautiful as the show wraps up!)
David Hull--offbeat leading man in a new Bill Lawrence show?
Vella Lovell--great potential for indy films and romantic comedies.
Vinny Rodriguez--well, more featured stage work for sure. He's a find, just hard to see where he'll go from here.
Gabrielle Ruiz--Incredible dancer and super charismatic. Seems pretty delightful in person, maybe a judge on a dance or other reality show?
Scott Michael Foster--I could see him on a Shonda Rhimes show or one of these "For the People" or "The Good Fight" shows with lots of attractive people emoting.
Erick Lopez--I'd like to see him do drama. Maybe one of those Chicago --- shows?