Minx Canceled as HBO Max Reverses Season 2 Renewal
One other one bites the mud at HBO Max, and this one stings.
The streaming service has canceled Minx after a single season.
HBO Max beforehand picked the collection up for a second season
“All of us at Minx have been blown away by the passionate response from audiences internationally, who’ve mashed-up, TikTok-ed and fanfic-ed us right into a renewal,” mentioned EP Ellen Rapoport earlier this 12 months.
“We’re so grateful to our companions at HBO Max and Lionsgate for being true champions of the present, and for the chance to proceed on this journey.”
“Right here’s to extra chest hair, pussy bow blouses and tasteful nudes in Season 2.”
Information of the cancellation comes as manufacturing was winding down on the second season, however Lionsgate Tv will not be giving up on the present but.
“We’ve loved a very good partnership with HBO Max and are working intently to discover a new alternative for Minx, so present, and new viewers, can proceed this journey with us,” the corporate mentioned in an announcement.
Minx is about in Nineteen Seventies Los Angeles and facilities round Joyce (Ophelia Lovibond), an earnest younger feminist who joins forces with a low-rent writer (Jake Johnson) to create the primary erotic journal for ladies.
The collection stars Ophelia Lovibond, Jake Johnson, Idara Victor, Jessica Lowe, Lennon Parham, Michael Angarano, and Oscar Montoya.
Information of the cancellation is the newest in a string of cost-cutting strikes at Warner Bros. Discovery post-merger.
The Batgirl movie was scrapped earlier this 12 months regardless of manufacturing being principally accomplished.
The corporate additionally scrapped TBS’ Chad, however that present later wound up on Roku, so there is a good likelihood Minx may pop up at one other outlet.
Having many of the season within the can ought to assist issues.
The collection had respectable critiques and was mentioned to have been successful for HBO Max.
HBO Max additionally not too long ago canceled FBOY Island, Gordita Chronicles, and lots of extra tasks.
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Paul Dailly is the Affiliate Editor for TV Fanatic. Observe him on Twitter.