On the heels of that announcement, Gugino confirmed on Instagram Thursday that Jett — which had not been renewed by Cinemax yet — is looking for a new platform. And now that is the case. How do you feel about this latest Cinemax development? Cinemax’s crime drama Warrior had previously been renewed for Season 2 in April, though it’s now unclear if the sophomore run will air on that network. 9, 2019. 14. The Season 1 finale aired Aug. Strike Back, meanwhile, will kick off its seventh and final season on Friday, Feb. Soooooo, I wanted to let you know personally that the hunt for a new home for #JETT is ON.”
Jett stars Gugino as Daisy “Jett” Kowalski, a world-class thief who is forced back into a life of crime just after she’s released from prison. Hit the comments! A very unusual and unforeseen development for sure. “I’ve been radio silent waiting for the official news that Cinemax will no longer be making original programming. “Many of you who’ve been loving the show (thank you) have been asking (and waiting VERY patiently I might add) for Season 2 info,” Gugino wrote.
Instead, Quigley suggested that Cinemax would remain a hub for movies rather than original series. “I think you can expect there won’t be any more Cinemax Originals being produced going forward,” Reilly said. “I think they’re seeing out the shows that are already on there, but we’re not going to produce those, per se.”
Michael Quigley, executive vice president of content acquisitions and strategy for HBO Max, then confirmed that “we’re not planning to bring the Cinemax content” over to WarnerMedia’s forthcoming streaming service. Mercedes in Limbo
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