Hung: HBO TV Show Renewed for Season Three

HungHBO has announced that their comedy/drama, Hung, will be back for a third season.

Hung revolves around a Detroit high school coach (Thomas Jane) who, being well-endowed, resorts to prostitution to make ends meet. The cast includes Jane Adams, Anne Heche, Eddie Jemison, Rebecca Creskoff, Gregg Henry, Charlie Saxton, and Sianoa Smit-McPhee.

The show’s ratings haven’t been great and have dropped a bit in season two but HBO wants to keep it going nonetheless.

For season three, HBO has once again ordered 10 episodes. A schedule hasn’t been announced yet but the last two seasons have run during the summer months. Season two is scheduled to finish airing on September 12th.

What do you think? Is Hung worth watching? Are you glad to hear that it’s coming back for season three?

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  1. Chuck says

    I’m absolutely glad HBO is signing on for another season. It’s a good show. I never thought I’d like a show featuring a guy hooking, but the characters all start to grow on you. Ray is the type of guy you would go eat burgers and drink beers with.

  2. says

    I am really excited that Hung is being renewed for a third season. The writing, casting, directing and acting are top notch and very ‘real’. The Jane Adams character, Tanya, is classic. Not sure where they can take the story next season but it’s an outstanding cast and I love the show. Keep it coming.

  3. Daniella Lopez says

    Lose the detroit mix about it…that’s why the ratings suck.
    I like the show and it needs to stay on.
    But take it out of the area where the unemployment rate is almost as high as the teen pregnancy rate.

  4. Jeremy Rynek says

    Hell yes I’m happy. I hope they put True Blood and Hung together again. It’s the perfect sex mix. Vampires having sex and a prostiute having sex. HBO just went up in my book. HELL F**KING YES I’M HAPPY!!!

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