HBO and Alan Ball have enjoyed a lucrative partnership over the years with successful TV series like Six Feet Under and True Blood. Now they’ve introduced his new Here and Now TV show. With Ball’s fan cred and headliners like Tim Robbins and Holly Hunter, will this look at modern life appeal to today’s audience and rack up some good ratings? Will Here and Now be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned.
An HBO comedy-drama, Here and Now also stars Jerrika Hinton, Daniel Zovatto, Raymond Lee, Sosie Bacon, Andy Bean, Joe Williamson, Peter Macdissi, Avynn Crowder-Jones, Stephanie Arcila, and Erin Carufel. The series centers on a progressive white couple, Greg (Robbins) and Audrey (Hunter), and their multi-ethnic brood, as well as a contemporary Muslim psychiatrist (Macdissi). While they don’t always make the best choices in this world gone mad, they’re all struggling to live authentically in the here and now, because that’s all there is.
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What do you think? Do you like the Here and Now TV series? Should HBO cancel or renew it for a second season?