The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty Gets Season 2 at HBO

HBO has announced that it has renewed the drama series Time to win: The rise of the Lakers dynasty for a second season.

winning time is based on the book Showtime: Magic, Kareem, Riley and the 1980s Los Angeles Lakers Dynasty by jeff pearlman. The series tells the story of the rise of the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1980s, chronicling the personal and professional lives of the players on the team that defined an entire era and would become one of basketball’s most revered and dominant dynasties. The series has been well received by both audiences and critics in terms of reviews and ratings. The fifth episode, which aired last Sunday, reached an audience of 1.2 million viewers across all platforms on opening night, a 37% increase from the first episode. The series premiered on March 6 on HBO and HBO Max, and the first season will consist of 10 episodes, with the season finale scheduled to premiere on May 8.


“It has been exciting to bring winning time to life with Adam McKay, Max Borenstein, our phenomenal production team and this incredible cast,” said francesca orsi, executive vice president of programming for HBO. “This series not only tells the fascinating story of the Lakers’ rise, but is also a look back at a transformative era in basketball, celebrities and the city of Los Angeles. We can’t wait to see how this team will tell the next chapter.” of this dynasty.

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The first season of Time to Win: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty has an all-star cast including John C Reilly, Quincy Isaiah, jason clark, Adrian Brody, Gaby Hoffman, tracy letts, jason segel, Julianne Nicholson, hadley-robinson, By Vaughn Nixon, salomon hughes, Tamara Tomakili, Brett Cullen, Esteban Adly Guirgis, spencergarrett, Sarah Ramos, molly gordon, joey brooks, In front of Desouza, Jimel Atkins, Austin Aaron, jon young with Robert Morgan and output field.

The series is written by co-creators. jim hecht and Max Borenstein (who also serves as showrunner), as well as Rodney Barnes. Hecht, Borenstein and Barnes also serve as executive producers along with jason shuman, scott stephenspilot episode director Kevin Messickand Adam McKay.

The first season of 10 episodes of Time to win: The rise of the Lakers dynasty is currently streaming on HBO and HBO Max with the final episode dropping on Sunday, May 8. The second season does not yet have a release date or release window.


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