The Maggie Gyllenhaal and James Franco starred Deuce season 2 has got renewed by HBO. Soon, you will get the new season on your HBO network.
All HBO users, are you looking up for a new Deuce season? Well, then just be calm, as the prime cable network has renewed the new season of Deuce season 2, which will be on your big screen on Sundays at 9 p.m. E.T on HBO network.
The classic drama series was in the talks for a long time before its debut on the HBO network with a cast of star performers and a different period premise. This is not the first time that in the recent years HBO has premiered a showy cast and there was no guarantee that The Deuce would not head to the way of Vinyl. Besides this, the good news is that all the fans who have got hooked on the latest show will be soon streaming the show on the HBO network.
More than good news, the renewal comes as a big surprise, as the show debuted only on HBO on September 10, although the premiere of the show was available on the network in August. Currently, two episodes have gone on air so far, and the early numbers reflect well about the rest of the season.
The show has actually enhanced its viewership and ratings from the first episode to the second one. In the figures, the first episode scored a 0.24 in the meaningful slab of 18-49 demographic and was also watched by the 0.83 million people in the Live+Same day tallies. Even the second episode also bang a 0.28 in the demo and 0.84 million viewers for the boosts of 16.67% and 1.08%.
Creators of the show, George Pelecanos, and David Simon has previously come up on the HBO’s “The Wire,” a show which explored the Baltimore’s drug trade. The finale of season 1 and pilot was directed by the Michelle Maclaren, who made her mark in the name of directing some of the indelible episodes of the “Breaking Bad.”
A point was originated that The Deuce is headlined by a couple of big names. The leading actors of the series, James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal has actually played the two roles. Franco portrays the brothers Frankie Martino and Vincent Martino. Being in the creators David Simon and George Pelecanos of “The Wire” and “The Deuce” has a lot of doing for the Season 2.
If you still haven’t tuned into The Deuce yet, then you are just missing the origin of the porn culture in New York City. In the early 1970s, the action kicks off through to the 1980s. All the episodes of pimps, bartenders, law enforcement officers, prostitutes, and creatures of the New York nightlife during the culture of porn revolution. Officially, there is no announcement by HBO regarding the cast of the season 2, but there is a light of hope that the previous stars will reprise their roles for another action-loaded season.
The new episodes can be stream on Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on HBO. Getting the Sunday time slot, it may be possible that “The Deuce” got a boost from the “Games of Thrones” fans in the urge to stream some new entertainment after the classic end of Season 7. Well, the numbers are quite near achieved by the HBO’s hit show “Game of Thrones.” Superlatively, knowing the fact that the Season 7 of G.O.T has crushed its viewership records, we can’t predict a one-sided result in favor of The Deuce.