A recent source confirms that Minx is being picked up by a new network after HBO Max abruptly cancelled the show midway through season 2’s production.
The erotic comedy, produced by Ellen Rapoport, debuted on HBO Max in the spring of 2017 and follows Joyce
HBO Max abruptly cancelled the show in December despite glowing reviews and an earlier renewal for season 2
Deadline claims that a new network will be picking up the show, some weeks after star Jake Johnson said that Minx would continue filming season 2 in the hopes of finding the show a new home.
According to the rumour, Starz, the network that airs shows including Outlander, BMF, and P-Valley, will purchase seasons 1 and 2.
Season 1 will be added to the network’s streaming library, and Starz will be the only place to watch season 2, which doesn’t currently have a release date.
Jeffrey Hirsch, CEO of Starz, comments below regarding the choice to save Minx.
Starz is proud to be the new home for this incredible show that has drawn in well-deserved critical acclaim.
We’re excited to welcome Ellen and the talented ‘Minx’ team to the network and can’t wait to bring its passionate fans the second season.”
HBO Max recently got into some trouble with viewers after making some unexpected TV and movie cancellations and removals.