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What’s This TV Show About?
An HBO live-action anthology, Room 104 hails from Mark Duplass and his brother, Jay Duplass. The story features the continuing action, in a single room in an American motel. Each episode is akin to a short, self-contained film and features a revolving cast. Although stories always play out in the same chain motel room, the series explores different eras as well as genres, including comedy, horror, and drama.
Season One Ratings
The first season of Room 104 averaged a 0.11 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 333,000 viewers. Learn how Room 104 stacks up against the other HBO TV shows.
On August 24, 2017, Room 104 was renewed for a second season which will debut November 9, 2018. Stay tuned for further updates.
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8/24/17 update: HBO has renewed Room 104 for a second season. Details here.
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