HBO has canceled the dramatic series "Here and Now".
Created by Alan Ball and starring Tim Robbins and Holly Hunter, the program followed a multi-ethnic family with adopted children from all over the world and their experiences in the present. -Day America Ball, creator of "True blood" and "Six Feet Under," served as executive producer with Peter Macdissi and David Knoller.
"After careful consideration, we have decided not to proceed with a second season of 'Here and now'," an HBO spokesman said in a statement. "We thank Alan for his dedication to innovative storytelling, and we look forward to his next effort."
In his review of the series for Variety Maureen Ryan wrote: "A series of HBO with Holly Hunter". and Tim Robbins should be cause for celebration. Unfortunately, Alan Ball's new family drama "Here and Now" leaves his cast in episodes as undercooked as they are endless. "
HBO currently has a solid drama list with" Westworld "," The Deuce "," Succession "," Big Little Lies "and" True Detective ".
The premium cabler also has the last season of" Game of Thrones "that will be released next year, as well as a spinoff of" Game of Thrones "in the Still uncertain is the future of the "Confederate, Game of Thrones" drama, the executive producers David Benioff and DB Weiss, which caused a great negative reaction when a direct order was placed on the series last year. Benioff and Weiss have signed agreements to create three new films for the "Star Wars" franchise, which according to Lucasfilm will begin work after the "Game of Thrones" is completed.