Minx was cancelled on Monday by HBO Max, but the cast is still filming season two. Starring Ophelia Lovibond, Jake Johnson, Idara Victor, Jessica Lowe, Lennon Parham, Michael Angarano, and Oscar Montoya, the series is set in 1970s Los Angeles and shows the creation of the first erotic magazine for women.
Johnson hopes that a new home is found for the series to air the second season and will renew the comedy for a third season. The series is currently being shopped to other outlets by Lionsgate TV. The first season is still available on HBO Max but is expected to be pulled later this month.
Johnson shared his thoughts on Instagram.
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Creator of the HBO Max series, Ellen Rapoport, also spoke about the cancellation of Minx on Twitter.
I am obviously disappointed that Minx (along with several other shows yet to be announced) is leaving HBO Max. I’m proud of the show we’ve made and am confident that the audience will come with us to our new home. Thank you to the best cast and crew in the business. #minxonmax
— Ellen Rapoport (@ellenrapoport) December 12, 2022
What do you think? Do you want to see more of the Minx TV series? Would you watch season two on a new channel or streaming service?
HBO Max over there making so many stupid decisions. Cancelling things that are already practically done makes zero sense.