The pot-themed comedy will return for Season 2.
September 28, 2016
HBO announced this morning that its latest comedy High Maintenance has been renewed for a second season. The freshman half-hour series premiered on the cable network earlier this month, garnering early critical acclaim and an audience response that saw its first episode reach two million viewers to-date across its multiple platforms.
High Maintenance follows a New York weed deliveryman and his eccentric customers in the boroughs around the Big Apple. Created by Katja Blichfeld and Ben Sinclair, the show got its start as a web series in 2012 that lasted through 2015. Blichfeld and Sinclair continue to run the show on HBO, writing and directing every episode.
The show's six-episode first season will wrap up on October 21. Look for Season 2 in 2017, though there is no word yet on the number of episodes ordered.
10/17/16 at 12:25pm
Watched most of the first episode, liked the first 5 or so minutes, hated the rest, shut it off. The idea was great, but the execution/writing was (mostly) boring
10/06/16 at 05:21am
had high hopes excuse the pun but it sucks. move on.
09/29/16 at 03:13am
really bad show
09/28/16 at 07:21pm
The web series was great.. the HBO series sucks balls. Fantastic in 8-14 minute character bits... horrible in 20-30 minute drawn out, boring, stories. Even though they are splitting the half hour into 2 pieces, it's still too long. Drudgery due to network restrictions really. Or perhaps Katjia and Ben just haven't' figured out how to write better stories for 30 minutes. Anyone can crack a joke.... not everyone is destined to be a comedy writer.
09/28/16 at 09:57am
We tried to watch this show but gave up after two episodes. One steaming pile of crap.