"We all texted him to say our congratulations," Jacobs shared to New York Magazine's Vulture. "We're all very grateful to him, because he really changed our lives and our careers, so we have an infinite amount of gratitude towards him and his beautiful writing and his ambition.
"But being an actor, we don't often have any power [over who is showrunner or not]. We're all used to being in a position of no power, no decision-making.
"We're trying to focus on making the fourth season, despite all the bumps in the road, because this is remarkable that a low-rated, underwatched show made it to season four in spite of everything."