Profitable Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty has come to an finish.
After the second season finale Sunday, Creator Max Borenstein confirmed the information on X.
“Not the ending that we had in thoughts,” he wrote. “However nothing however gratitude and love.”
Director Salli Richardson followed up on Instagram with “Once you give it every little thing you’ve bought, you may don’t have any regrets. I hope you benefit from the final episode of @winningtimehbo I’m certain I’ll do many extra hours of TV and hopefully many options in my future, however I can say that at this second in time I’m most happy with the work we did on this masterful present.”
Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty returned to HBO Aug. 6 with 629,000 whole viewers throughout Max and linear telecasts. That was a fall from grace, contemplating the 901,000 individuals who tuned in for the Season 1 debut in March 2022. By Might of that yr, Season 1 managed to amass 1.6M same-day viewers for the finale. (Though, it may be price nothing that Season 1 additionally most probably benefitted from the thrill of March Insanity, when basketball is already prime of thoughts for audiences.)
The present’s sophomore run targeted on the interval simply after the 1980 NBA Finals by way of 1984, culminating within the first skilled rematch of the period’s best stars: Magic (Quincy Isaiah) and the Boston Celtics’ Larry Hen (Sean Patrick Small).
Adrien Brody, John C. Reilly, Michael Chiklis), and Jason Segel star in Profitable Time, alongside Jason Clarke, Gaby Hoffmann, Hadley Robinson, DeVaughn Nixon, Solomon Hughes, Tamera Tomakili, Brett Cullen, Stephen Adly Guirgis, Spencer Garrett, Molly Gordon, Joey Brooks, Delante Desouza, Jimel Atkins, Austin Aaron, McCabe Slye, Thomas Mann, Gillian Jacobs and Rob Morgan.
The chief producers are author/co-creators Borenstein and Jim Hecht, Adam McKay, Kevin Messick, Scott Stephens, Rodney Barnes, director Salli Richardson-Whitfield and Jason Shuman.