HBO has announced its various Fall premiere dates, at the same time confirming that “Real Time of Bill Maher” has been renewed for a tenth season says The Hollywood Reporter.
Onto the dates and the twelve-episode second season of “Boardwalk Empire” will begin September 25th from 9pm.
The ten-episode third season of “Hung” will commence October 2nd from 10pm. The eight-episode second season of “How to Make it in America” will commence the same night from 10:30pm.
“Bored to Death” will begin an eight-episode third season from October 10th at 9pm, half-an-hour later will begin the series premiere of “Enlightened”.
Though no specific date was stated, the much anticipated horse racing drama “Luck” will begin sometime in January,
HBO execs say they plan on keeping “Game of Thrones” going as long as Martin keeps writing the books.
Next, “True Blood” showrunner Alan Ball has renewed his deal for another year, meaning a fifth season renewal order for the vampire drama is likely imminent. Writers are reportedly already breaking stories for the fifth season and several new characters will be created.
Finally, Mark Wahlberg re-affirmed his commitment to making an “Entourage” movie and would even finance it himself if needs be.