Comedy Series ‘High Maintenance’ Returns for a Second Season to Cinemax in January

Ben Sinclair as 'The Guy' on a sidewalk in New York. (Photo courtesy of Cinemax)

By : JG | on 9:14 PM December 22, 2017
Category : Life & Style, ShowBiz

Jakarta. HBO’s hit comedy series "High Maintenance" will return with 10 episodes for its second season.

The show provides a glimpse into the small apartments, daily routines and the woes of New Yorkers.

Ben Sinclair, one of the two creators of the show, returns as The Guy, a nameless and bearded marijuana delivery-man who gets busier as his clientele grows.

Returning with old and new customers, the second season of High Maintenance promises to deliver the same insightful humor and observations into the lives of unique characters from different walks of life.

The series was created by Katja Blichfeld, an Emmy winning casting director of "30 Rock," and Ben Sinclair an actor, writer and husband of Katja.

The first season debuted on HBO in 2016 and garnered high praise from critics and reviewers. The Wall Street Journal called it "wry, smart and culturally immediate" while the New York Times described the show as a "high-class documentary, with a hypnotic electronic score and a love of brief, beautifully composed still shots."

The new season will be airing on the same day as the United States on Saturday, Jan. 20 at 10 p.m. on Cinemax. (Channel 310 (HD) & 290 (SD) on First Media, Channel 136 (HD) on BIGTV)


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