Wednesday, December 21, 2011

HBO's How To Make It In America Gets Cancelled


Cable network HBO has decided to cancel their "How To Make It In America" series due to low viewership. I personally enjoyed the series and am disappointed to hear of this development. The series displayed the grind and hustle of a group of friends efforts to "make it in America." The mega network also decided to cancel “Hung,” a comedy about a well-endowed male prostitute (played by Thomas Jane) and “Bored to Death,” which starred Jason Schwartzman, Zach Galifianakis(The Hangover) and Ted Danson(Cheers,Becker) a comedy about friends who solve crimes and have wild adventures in Brooklyn.

HBO is said to be introducing six new series in 2012, including “Luck,” “Veep,” “Girls,” “Life’s Too Short,” “Angry Boys” and an untitled Aaron Sorkin project, to complement returning shows like “Game of Thrones” and “Boardwalk Empire.”

5 comments:

  1. This show was all that. HBO dont know what they doing

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  2. HBO cancelling good shows hoping to find the next wire series

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  3. That's ashame dope show

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  4. HBO has too much going on they didnt advertise this show like they did boardwalk empire they have alot of shows that didnt get any exposure

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  5. This show may get another shot somewhere else

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