‘Avenue 5’ is likely to end with Season 2, Armando Yanucci’s cast of HBO Space

Exclusive: Avenue 5Its space journey may be over. Season 2 of Armando Yanucci’s space comedy, delayed by the epidemic, has not yet been scheduled. I heard it will probably launch in the fall and is expected to be the end of the series. An HBO spokesman declined to comment.

This is not surprising. Season 1’s Avenue 5, Emmy-winning Yanucci’s follow-up series Vip, Premiered in January 2020, and was renewed for a second season in February of that year, just weeks before the coronavirus epidemic began. Filming for the new season, delayed due to Covid, finally began in August 2021 and ended in November.

In light of the time that has elapsed, cast alternatives led by Hugh Laurie came up and the actors were released, the source told Deadline. Some of them have moved on, signing new shows as a regular regular.

In addition to the lorry, Avenue 5 The stars are Josh Gad, Zach Woods, Rebecca Front, Suzy Nakamura, Lenora Crichlow, Nicki Amuka-Bird and Ethan Phillips.

Another premium space comedy by top TV producers and big stars Greg Daniels and Steve Carell Space force, After two seasons on Netflix is ​​over 6 Hourly story by Seth McFarlane Orville Hulu is launching its third and final season (for the time being)

Created and executed by Yanuchi, Avenue 5 Traveling to the solar system is no longer a sci-fi fantasy, but a growing, multi-billion-dollar business.

Season 1 follows the captain (lorry) and crew of a luxury space cruise ship as they navigate unsatisfied passengers and logistical obstacles in an attempt to return to Earth safely after the accidental death of the chief engineer.

Avenue 5 Yanucci, executive producer by Kevin Loader, Simon Blackwell, Tony Roche, Will Smith; Co-produced by Peter Fellows and Becky Martin; Produced by Steve Clark-Hall. The series is also co-produced by Sky UK.

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