Banshee: Cinemax TV Show Renewed for Season Two

Banshee season twoCinemax has already renewed Banshee for a second season that will air sometime in 2014. Three episodes of season one have aired so far, leaving seven installments yet to come. The first season is expected to finish on March 15th.

Here’s the press release:


LOS ANGELES, Jan. 29, 2013 – CINEMAX has renewed the action series BANSHEE for a second season, scheduled to debut in 2014, it was announced today by Kary Antholis, president, HBO Miniseries and CINEMAX Programming. The show is currently in its first season, with episodes debuting Friday at 10:00 p.m. (ET/PT).

Executive produced by Jonathan Tropper, David Schickler, Peter Macdissi, Alan Ball and Greg Yaitanes, BANSHEE stars Antony Starr (“Rush”) as Lucas Hood, an ex-con and master thief who assumes the identity of the sheriff of Banshee, Pa., where he continues his criminal activities, even as he’s hunted by the shadowy gangsters he betrayed years earlier. Scripts for the first season are conceived and written by Tropper and Schickler. Writers John Romano (“Monk”), Evan Dunsky (“Two and a Half Men”), and Doug Jung (HBO’s “Big Love”) join Schickler and Tropper for season two.

Also starring in season one of the series are: Ivana Milicevic (“Charlie’s Angels,” HBO’s “Mind of the Married Man”), Ulrich Thomsen (“The Celebration”), Frankie Faison (“The Good Wife,” HBO’s “The Wire”), Hoon Lee (“Premium Rush”), Rus Blackwell (“Burn Notice,” HBO’s “Recount”), Matt Servitto (HBO’s “The Sopranos”), Demetrius Grosse (“Justified”), Trieste Kelly Dunn (“Brothers and Sisters”), Ryann Shane (“Blue Bloods”), Daniel Ross Owens (“Prison Break”), Lili Simmons (“Fat Kid Rules the World”) and Ben Cross (“Star Trek,” “Ben-Hur”).

The ten-episode first season of BANSHEE, which began Jan. 11, has inspired critical raves, with the Hollywood Reporter calling it “taut, entertaining and smart,” and the Wall Street Journal describing the show as “enticing” and “indisputably satisfying.”

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  1. clay says

    the show is good but I think they will lose a ton of their audience by making them wait a year and a half for the second season. people move on and forget about shows in less time than that.

  2. Kevin says

    Banshee is by far the best show on Maxx ….the only show that beats it…actually their are two. Homeland, and Dexter of course..But the two women in Banshee OMG…That Amish chick OMG…She makes me hard just looking at her with her clothes on…

  3. says

    Have watched from the start of series and liked it very much and looking foward for season #2. Would vert much like to meet some of the cast if you are filming in my location again. I live were you shot the scene with the cows in the field and a armored truck going down Ballard Rd. { Banshee city limits. }


  4. says

    Love the series have not missed a one. Alot of the scenes was filmed within a 1/4 of amile from my home. Would like to meet so of the cast if possible when filming some more scenes in my area. The scene were The cows and Armored truck was and Banshee city limits was.
    Ballard Road
    Denver, N.C.

  5. Rudytoot says

    I have just recently found the show, and it is fantastic. And to think, “What have I missed???” It is the best show on TV, hands down. It has a dark/exciting plot, that keeps me glued to the TV, and I refuse to leave while it is on. It is a winner!!!

  6. granny12 says

    my husband & I absolutely love the show. Its gritty, exciting. raw & off the grid. It even has the kind of law enforcement that is needed today” their hand aren’t tied by political liberals afraid to to hurt someones feelings. Go in & kick some ass, take out the real bad guys!

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