• High Maintenance gets fourth season delivery order at HBO

    High Maintenance is coming back for a fourth season. Only days after the third season finale aired on Sunday, HBO announced that they are renewing the stoner series.

    High Maintenance follows Ben Sinclair’s The Guy, a chill weed dealer as he interacts with various customers across Brooklyn. The show has generally been a critical darling and season three received high praise. While new characters are introduced in almost every episode, season three pays special attention to The Guy and his journey through love and loss.

    Created by Sinclair and Katja Blichfeld, the show started as a web series before making the jump to HBO.

    The Season Three finale was an emotional powerhouse. The episode centered around a child receiving treatment for cancer. Sinclair wrote and directed the finale. Before the episode aired, Sinclair posted a kaleidoscopic teaser video to Instagram. He then wrote in the comments. “We live in a post-facts society. What one believes has trumped the truth of what is. But here’s the only thing that is for certain: If you’re reading this, you’re alive. Hey. You’re alive. Tonight’s season finale episode … is about just that. Trigger warning: It’s very emotional!

    While not much is known about the fourth season yet, it will still most likely bring the tragedy, comedy, and introspection that the other seasons became known for. On a recent Movie Crush podcast episode before the Season 4 order, Sinclair said, “I feel like the show is not over yet. Even though we haven’t had an order yet, I have a feeling it’s not over so there’s stuff to look forward to.”

     

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    We live in a post-facts society. What one believes has trumped the truth of what is. But here’s the only thing that is for certain: if you’re reading this, you’re alive. Hey. You’re alive. Tonight’s season finale episode of @helpingyoumaintain is about just that. Trigger warning: it’s very emotional! Written and directed by me AD’d by @mrspetrooch ⭐️ Shot by @dagmarwm 🧚‍♀️ Edited by Shelby Seigel Starring the talents @reedb324 @speed.levitch @theandreward @cassiebeckster @johnmckeever I love my chosen creative family. All of you. Thank you my Jankies: Katja Blichfeld and @russellgregory, producers @peacelovehapa @willymoses @gwench ; writers @mrisaacoliver @zack_schamberg @macho_mel @mitrajouhari @crilliamfeny ; guest directors @chiokenassor @silash ; DPs @dagmarwm @blannin @thagruman ; UPM @annietannie79 ; ADs @mirashyam and @mrspetrooch ; LOCATIONS MANAGER 👑 @julieasage and her whole damn team; HMU @sarahstaines @ginamuse @girljamie ; Editors Eric Spang, Shelby Seigel, Med Reticker; POST SUP @samaralevenstein ; music supervision @meghan.currier ; Production designer Tomasso Ortino, Props, Scenic, Camera Dept, Sound Dept, G&E, parking coordinators, Post-sound mix and ADR with @hearsmajor and crew ; Color Correction @jaimeoshow and all of the PAs, Cast, and everyone else who helped to make this come together one more time. And thank you @hbo for making this all possible. 💋💍 Bryan and Sarette, I love you both. Your family is so beautiful.

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    Rosa Escandon

    I am a stand up comic and writer living in Brooklyn, NY. When I'm not on stage, I am Comedy Editor for The Tusk, sit on the board of the Cinder Block Comedy Festival, and writing my next project. I am passionate about writing about feminism and comedy as well as how women, LBGTQ people, and minorities are changing the face of comedy and entertainment. You may have seen me on Buzzfeed Video, Seriously.TV, aplus, or maybe just on twitter.

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