Fri 23 Feb 2018, 11:00
Two comedy series set in New York renewed for Season three. M-Net will show High Maintenance in April, and Crashing later in the year.
HBO has given Season 3 renewals to two of its comedy series that and are now airing their second seasons, which both premiered in January: High Maintenance and Crashing.
Watch High Maintenance season 1 on Showmax from 1 March.
Season two of High Maintenance will come to M-Net in April, while Crashing's season two will be on M-Net later this year.
Future seasons of the new drama series from Alan Ball Here and Now, still in its first season on air, are yet to be confirmed.
High Maintenance, created by Katja Blichfeld and Ben Sinclair, is about the private lives of stressed and lonely New Yorkers all connected by one weed dealer, who is nameless.
Crashing, co-executive produced by Igor Srubshchick and Oren Brimer, is a behind-the-scenes look at the fickle world of stand-up comedy. Starring Pete Holmes and co-produced by Judd Apatow, it follows the challenges of Pete, who is homeless and learning about himself while dreaming of a successful comedy career in the big city.