It’s hard to believe its been 10 years since Vinnie Chase and the boys drove into our hearts on the pilot episode of HBO’s “Entourage.” Now after eight seasons, 96 episodes and three years since the finale, an “Entourage” movie is in the can and slated for a summer 2015 release.
No doubt viewers of the series hold the show close to their hearts, however, no one can attest to the experience of it all like the “Entourage” cast members; Kevin Connolly (Eric Murphy), Adrian Grenier (Vincent Chase), Kevin Dillon (Johnny “Drama” Chase), Jerry Ferrara (Turtle) and Jeremy Piven (Ari Gold).
So to commemorate his feelings of reflection a decade after the show’s pilot premiere, Jerry Ferrara, has written a touching tribute to thank the fans for watching and continuing the dream over all these years.
In his blog, hosted on the website of his recently launched podcast “Bad 4 Business,” Ferrara reveals he was surprisingly home alone on that fateful evening of July 18, 2004, watching the pilot over a pizza.
The actor also divulged some fun “Entourage” facts that may surprise even the show’s biggest fans, like that his character Turtle is the first member of the cast to ever be shown in the pilot, as well as the last face seen in the series finale — who knew?
Check out the rest of Ferrara’s blog to find out what scene he hates most in “Entourage” history as well as the advice he would give his 24-year-old self.