Holby City actor Guy Henry has called it a ‘strange decision’ to end the BBC show this month after more than two decades on screen – but he promises the show’s finale will be very ‘spectacular’
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Holby City’s Guy Henry called the cancellation of the BBC show a “strange decision”.
Guy has played hospital boss Henrik Hanssen on the show for more than a decade, but – like all of his other cast members – will part ways with his character later this month when Holby airs its final episode. its end.
Fans were left reeling after show bosses confirmed Holby City would come to an end after 23 years on our screens, with the BBC at the time acknowledging it was a real “difficult decision”. for them.
Now, Guy has deemed the decision odd as he apologized to fans of the show about the show’s ending.
When asked if he had any final messages for fans of the show, he said Digital espionage: “I’m sorry everyone was upset. It was a strange decision to cancel the show and I apologize for that.
“But thank you for all the kindness and loyalty the fans have shown and the enjoyment they have shown us. Thank you very much.”
Guy is just one of the show’s stars, with other celebrities including Eli Ebrahimi – due to Davood Ghadami, Sahira Shah – played by L aila Rouass – and Dominic Copeland ( David Ames).
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However, actor Henrik Guy has promised the show will have an “epic” but “shocking” finale.
“How do you end the 23 years of weekly stories about these people’s lives? It’s going to be quite emotional and quite shocking. I think it’s spectacular in terms of people as opposed to the special effects and the other stuff. big stunts,” he added.
“Holby has always excelled at trying to portray the lives of hard-working people, while it reflects the real world as much as possible. I think its spectacular ending comes from all those relationships. relationship between people and what happens to these real people.”
“It’s all about people we’ve known for the last 10, 20 years. And all the better for that,” he said.
The guy admitted to being “emotional” to have to end the show after a long time taking on this role.
He explained, “It was all emotional because we had to say goodbye to the crew as we moved on, every time that happens it makes us completely emotional. emotional. I worked with these people for a period of 12 years.”
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/holby-city-star-hits-out-26454518 Holby City star makes 'strange decision' to end show but promises great finale