Marsai Martin, Marcus Scribner & Miles Brown React to 'Black-ish' Ending

Marsai Martin, Marcus Scribner & Miles Brown React to 'Black-ish' Ending

Late last week it was revealed that Black-ish will be ending after season eight.

While this is some sad news for fans of the hit comedy, the stars have shared some sweet messages for fans.

Marcus Scribner, Marsai Martin and Miles Brown have been starring on the series from the beginning as Johnson kids, Andre Jr, and twins Jack and Diane.

Yara Shahidi of course has also been starring as the eldest sibling Zoey, but took a step back from being a series regular on Black-ish to lead her own spinoff, grown-ish. They also have a younger sibling Devante, who appears sporadically throughout the episodes.

See what the young stars shared about the show coming to an end after the next season…

“Every body who follows me please read this post‼️ Our upcoming eighth season of #blackish will be our final season. I want to thank all of you for watching and tuning in every week to come laugh with us and allow us to be apart of your family. I also want to say thank you to all of my cast mates, family members, crew, producers, writers, and directors for making this show what it is and allowing me the opportunity to grow up in an inspiring and groundbreaking work environment. You guys are my family at this point. It’s been a long and amazing journey and i’ve learned so much and built so many connections. I love you all and i can’t wait for you to tune in for our final season! 🖤🖤🖤,” Marcus shared on Instagram.

Marsai wrote, “I don’t have the words to express how grateful and honored I am to have had such a life-changing experience. Thank you to KB, Anthony, Our crew, writers, cast and everyone else involved. Most of all, Thanks for riding with us for the past 7 years. 🥰 Final season coming soon.♥️♥️ @blackishabc”

Yara commented on her post, “[What] a beautiful ride !”

“The 8th and final season. 💔 I just wanna say I’ve been around this family for almost 8 years. I started when I was 9, & i’ll be turning 17 this year. Thank you to Kenya Barris, ABC, the producers, writers, directors, HMU, wardrobe, the teachers, crafty, and all the crew throughout the show. To my wonderful cast: Thank you for raising me to be the person on I am today. You all are my second family. I love you guys. I want to thank my Mom and Dad for supporting my dreams. I love you both. Lastly, I want to thank Jack Johnson for letting me be the person to bring you to life every week. So let’s give the world one more round of what we do best. 💕 #blackish,” Miles shared.

The Black-ish season seven finale will air TOMORROW night (May 18) at 9pm ET/PT on ABC.

If you missed the news, the Black-ish spinoff series Mixed-ish was also canceled, along with three more ABC shows.

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