Entertainment ‘The Brothers Garcia’ Sequel Series Ordered By HBO Max
‘Warrior’ Renewed For Season 3, Moving From Cinemax To HBO Max
Martial arts crime drama series Warrior has been renewed for a third season and will move from Cinemax to HBO Max. The series, set during the brutal Tong Wars of San Francisco’s Chinatown in the late 19th century, is based on the writings of martial arts legend Bruce Lee. The first two seasons, which premiered on Cinemax, are now streaming on HBO Max via HBO platforms.More from Deadline'Godzilla Vs.
The Garcia family is reuniting.has given a 10-episode order to The Garcias, a sequel to Nickelodeon’s hit sitcom , Deadline has confirmed.
The new series hails from New Cadence Productions, the banner founded by Brothers Garcia co-creator and executive producer Jeff Valdez.
The original series, billed as the first English-language sitcom to have an all Latino cast and creative team, revolved around the Garcia family, narrated by Larry, the adult version of one of the family’s sons. Larry recounts his life alongside George, Carlos, and Lorena (his two brothers and twin sister, respectively), and the way they deal with everyday problems such as school, work, growing up, and all living in one house in San Antonio, Texas.
‘Mare Of Easttown’ Debuts With 1 Million Viewers On HBO & HBO Max
The series premiere of the Kate Winslet-starring limited series Mare of Easttown drew 1 million viewers on Sunday across HBO and HBO Max, with the premium network saying it marked the second-best for a series debut on HBO Max behind last week’s strong numbers for The Nevers. The Nevers, the Victorian science fiction drama series created and executive produced by Joss Whedon, drew just over 1.4 million viewers across linear telecasts and digital April 12.
The Brothers Garcia aired for four seasons on Nickelodeon, from 2000 to 2004.
The new version finds the Garcia children as adults and gathering with their parents for a three-month summer vacation in a fancy beach house. All six core cast members are set to reprise their roles.
The sequel series was first reported by Deadline’s sister pub Variety.
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HBO Max Orders ‘Sweet Life: Los Angeles’ Reality Series From Issa Rae .
HBO Max has ordered Sweet Life: Los Angeles, an unscripted series from Issa Rae, which looks at young, Black life in South LA, set to launch this summer. The series comes from Rae and her Hoorae productions, Main Event Media, an All3Media America Company; and Morning Dew Pictures (Baldwin Hills, Real Housewives of Miami). Per the logline, Sweet Life: Los Angeles gives an honest and unique look into what it means to be young, Black, and in constant pursuit of one’s dreams in the heart of South Los Angeles.