HBO Not Going Forward With ‘Family Tree,’ ‘Hello Ladies’

HBO Not Going Forward With 'Family Tree,' 'Hello Ladies'

“Hello Ladies” will wrap up its story with a special

HBO has decided not to go forward with second seasons of its comedies “Family Tree” (pictured) and “Hello Ladies,” a representative for the network told TheWrap on Thursday.

“Family Tree,” from Christopher Guest, stars Chris O'Dowd as a 30-year-old man who loses his job and his girlfriend and begins investigating his family's unusual past after inheriting a mysterious box of belongings from a great aunt he'd never met. The series premiered in spring 2013.

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“Hello Ladies,” which stars Stephen Merchant (“The Office”) as an Englishman looking for love in Los Angeles while chronicling his romantic mishaps, premiered Sept. 29. It will wrap up its story with a special.

Also read: ‘Boardwalk Empire’ to End With Fifth Season

The network said earlier this year that its drama “Boardwalk Empire” will end after its upcoming fifth season.

  • Delvis

    HBO is losing its touch. Both of those shows are great and will be missed. Boardwalk Empire also coming to a close. What's the point of paying for HBO if they cancel all the shows I like.