After two seasons, HBO Max cancels the Love Life show

By FactsWow Team

Posted on: 14 Dec, 2022

The canceled show

HBO Max has canceled 'Love Life' after two seasons. In May 2019, HBO Max had no name when it ordered the anthology romantic comedy series.

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Stars in both seasons

Both seasons of HBO Max will be pulled from service in May 2020 and October 2021. In the first season, Anna Kendrick starred, and in the second season, William Jackson Harper starred.

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Producers of the series

The series was created and co-produced by Sam Boyd. In Season 2, Rachelle Williams joined Bridget Bedard as co-showrunner and executive producer.

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The season 2 happenings

Harper appeared with Jessica Williams, punkie Johnson, and Chris CP Powell in Season 2. The first season also featured ZoEchao, Sasha Compère, and Peter Vack.

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Removed shows in HBO

As a result, there have been two reported cancellations this week. There was a reported cancellation of the Lionsgate comedy show 'Minx,' despite being renewed for a second season earlier this year.

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Considering the revenue

HBO Max and Warner Bros. Discovery will likely cancel both shows as a cost-cutting measure as they review their scripted series revenue.

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Decisions by the CEO

Discovery CEO David Zaslav and his team, following the acquisition of Warner Media earlier this year, made a series of similar decisions to meet shareholders' promise to save $3.5 billion.

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Scripted series

Therefore, an entire series has been pulled from the service and a great deal of development. TBS canceled 'Chad' despite it already having finished Season 2, while TBS and TNT have largely scripted programming.

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