HBO is not feeling that "Togetherness." The network has decided to consciously uncouple with the comedy created by Jay and Mark Duplass and Steve Zissis, and the season 2 finale on April 10 will serve as the series finale.
"Although we have decided not to proceed with another season of 'Togetherness,' we look forward to continuing our strong creative collaboration with the talented Jay and Mark Duplass," HBO said in a statement.
— Mark Duplass (@MarkDuplass) March 25, 2016
The show was a critical hit, earning excellent reviews, but never scored big ratings. Episodes averaged around 330,000 viewers on live and same-day viewings. That puts it far below fellow HBO comedies like "Silicon Valley," which averages around 1.8 million viewers.
As the statement indicated, this isn't the end of HBO's relationship with the Duplass brothers. They are in the middle of a two-year overall deal with the network, and executive-produce the freshman animated comedy "Animals."
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