Earlier today, HBO announced that its comedy series, Eastbound & Down, would end after Season 4. While that’s bad news for fans of the series, the network also announced some good news today. Not only has Boardwalk Empire finally gotten a Season 4 premiere date, but Larry David’s original movie, Clear History, and Stephen Merchant’s new comedy, Hello Ladies, are also headed to the schedule very soon.

First to premiere is Clear History, which will hit HBO’s schedule on August 10 at 10 p.m. ET. The long-awaited movie stars Larry David—with a beard of all things—as a former marketing executive who was publicly humiliated and put through the wringer after giving up a share of a company that later made oodles and gobs of money. There are a slew of famous names involved in the cast, and if you are interested in the project, you can check out the lengthy list, here.

September will be a big month for HBO, with the aforementioned premiere of Eastbound & Down, as well as Boardwalk Empire and Hello Ladies. Boardwalk Empire will hit the schedule first, on September 8 at 9 p.m. ET. The gangster-oriented drama seems as if it will be just as chilling in Season 4, and HBO has already released an epic teaser to prove it.

Finally, Hello Ladies will hit the schedule on September 29 at 10:30 p.m. ET. Stephen Merchant’s new HBO comedy is the most under-the-radar of the upcoming fodder. HBO hasn't been heavily marketing the fish-out-of-water comedy, but it has been coming together for months, with Merchant signed on as a tall and gawky Englishman hoping to find love in Los Angeles. Apparently, there’s a reason they don’t make “Los Angeles is for Lovers” t-shirts.

You can read more about the new projects over at TV By The Numbers, as the outlet has posted HBO’s full press release.

Blended From Around The Web

Related

Hot Topics

Hot Shows

Top Movies

Gateway Media ©copyright 2016