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Max confirmed that the comedy series “Hacks” will have a fourth season

Max confirmed that the comedy series “Hacks” will have a fourth season

The first two seasons of the series received much praise and awards from the Golden Globes, AFI, Peabody, Critics Choice, DGA, SAG, WGA and GLAAD.

Max renewed the multi-Emmy award-winning comedy series, Hacks, for a fourth season. The first two installments of the series received much praise and awards from the Golden Globes, AFI, Peabody, Critics Choice, DGA, SAG, WGA and GLAAD.

Sarah Aubrey, head of original programming at Max, said: “We congratulate the brilliant cast and crew of Hacks, and our partners at Universal Television. Hacks is a masterfully crafted comedy that delivers laughs and sharp insights into the vulnerability and joy of sharing a dream. The creative team behind this unique series is not only brilliant, but a pleasure to work with. “We couldn’t be happier to give viewers another season with Deborah, Ava and the rest of the Hacks family.”

The third season of Hacks

The third season premiered to critical acclaim on May 2 and the season finale is now available to stream on Max.

The third season begins with Deborah Vance (Jean Smart) enjoying the success of her stand-up special while Ava (Hannah Einbinder) is looking for new opportunities in Los Angeles.

The third season of Hacks stars Emmy, SAG Award, and Critics Choice winner Jean Smart and Emmy, SAG Award, and Critics Choice nominee Hannah Einbinder, along with Paul W. Downs, Megan Stalter, Carl Clemons-Hopkins, Kaitlin Olson, Jane Adams, J. Smith-Cameron, Helen Hunt, Christina Hendricks, Christopher McDonald, Christopher Lloyd, Tony Goldwyn, Mark Indelicato, Rose Abdoo and Lorenza Izzo.

Hacks is created and directed by Emmy winners Paul W. Downs, Lucia Aniello and Jen Statsky. It is executive produced by Downs and Aniello through their Paulilu banner, Statsky through First Thought Productions, as well as Emmy winners Michael Schur through Fremulon, David Miner for 3 Arts Entertainment and Morgan Sackett. The studio is Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group.

Source: Ambito

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