[04/18/13 - 11:33 PM] Development Update: Thursday, April 18 Updates include: Giovanni Ribisi to replace Tommy Dewey on FOX's "Dads"; NBC asks for backup scripts from "After Hours"; and Seth Zvi Rosenfeld to get "Down Lo" for HBO.
[11/14/12 - 11:07 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, November 14 Updates include: Bryan Greenberg, Stephanie Sigman to topline USA pilot; Peter Tolan to run FOX's "Rake" import; and David Seidler, Barry Levinson to bring "George Washington" to NBC.
[10/02/12 - 11:03 PM] Development Update: Tuesday, October 2 Updates include: Mike Vogel, Nestor Carbonell to visit A&E's "Bates Motel"; Jeffrey Nachmanoff lands "Hostages" pilot at CBS; and Drea de Matteo to star in Lifetime's "Stalkers."
[03/12/12 - 11:52 PM] Development Update: Monday, March 12 Updates include: Amir Talai is bound for ABC's "Devious Maids"; Michael Imperioli reports to NBC's "County"; and Jay Mohr joins "Applebaum" at CBS.
[04/19/11 - 10:56 PM] Development Update: Tuesday, April 19 Updates include: Spike TV finds its "Thunderballs"; Joe Pantoliano, Eriq La Salle to visit HBO's "America"; and Dan Amboyer is Hallmark's Prince William.
[04/08/11 - 10:23 PM] Development Update: Friday, April 8 Updates include: Katherine Heigl to lead HBO's "Knitting Circle"; Amber Tamblyn, Katie Jacobs to develop FOX drama; and Bob Odenkirk books a live-action pilot at Adult Swim.
[04/01/11 - 10:59 PM] Development Update: Friday, April 1 Updates include: Eddie Izzard plots FX return; Christopher Lloyd joins NBC's Dan Goor comedy; and Burt Reynolds joins CMT's "Reel Love" original movie.
[08/07/10 - 03:22 PM] Hbo/Cinemax Programming Overview IN TREATMENT to return in October; THE SUNSET LIMITED to bow in February; and MILDRED PIERCE is due in March.
[08/05/10 - 06:26 PM] Development Update: Thursday, August 5 Updates include: Richard Schiff set for "Criminal Minds" spin-off; Doug Liman to helm MTV pilot; and Noah Reid to topline Syfy's "Three Inches."
[04/22/10 - 12:06 AM] Development Update: Thursday, April 22 Updates include: HBO renews "How to Make It in America"; FOX passes on "Torchwood"; and Mireille Enos to topline AMC's "The Killing."
[04/13/10 - 12:06 AM] Development Update: Tuesday, April 13 Updates include: Kyle Howard completes NBC's "Perfect Couples"; Billy Campbell is "Killing" for AMC; and Patton Oswalt joins Matthew Broderick on NBC's "Beach Lane."
[05/11/09 - 06:12 PM] Development Update: May 8-11 Updates include: NBC passes on "Legally Mad"; "Gary Unmarried" showrunners depart; and Misha Collins is upped to series regular on The CW's "Supernatural."
[04/13/09 - 06:36 PM] Development Update: Monday, April 13 Updates include: FX sends "Sunny" originals to DVD; Oxygen to part ways with "The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency"; and a slew of HBO casting news.
[12/19/08 - 06:15 PM] Development Update: Friday, December 19 Update include: HBO's "Bored to Death" and "How to Make It in America" move forward to series; Jerry Bruckheimer and Michael Bay team for "Cocaine Cowboys" at HBO; and the usual mix of casting news.
[10/23/08 - 06:11 PM] Development Update: Thursday, October 23 Updates include: Jason Dohring, Shannyn Sossamon land HBO pilots; "Curb Your Enthusiasm" to resume production in December; and the usual mix of casting news.
[10/08/08 - 06:27 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, October 8 Updates include: Bryan Greenberg and Victor Rasuk to try and "Make It In America" for HBO; while Jack Kenny is tapped to run Sci Fi's "Warehouse 13."
[07/30/08 - 06:37 PM] Development Update: Wednesday, July 30 Updates include: Bob Kushell to adapt "Don't Do This, Don't Do That" for ABC; HBO looks to bring Liza Palmer's "Fat Girl" to the small screen; and Stephen Levinson and Mark Wahlberg tell HBO "How to Make It in America."
SEASON(S): 2 (16 episodes, 0 of which have yet to air)
ADDITIONAL NOTES: confirmed as canceled on 12/20/11
DESCRIPTION: (from HBO's press release, September 2011) Who will you become to get what you want? That's the question facing enterprising twentysomethings Ben and Cam, as they continue to pound the pavement in New York to make their dreams come true. Kicking off its eight-episode second season SUNDAY, OCT. 2 (10:30-11:00 p.m. ET/PT), HOW TO MAKE IT IN AMERICA stars Bryan Greenberg ("Prime," HBO's "Unscripted"), Victor Rasuk ("Lords of Dogtown," "Raising Victor Vargas"), Luis Guzman ("Anger Management," HBO's "OZ"), Lake Bell ("Children's Hospital," "What Happens in Vegas"), hit recording artist Scott Mescudi aka Kid Cudi ("Day and Night," "Poke Her Face") and Eddie Kaye Thomas ("Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist," "American Pie"). series creator Ian Edelman, Stephen Levinson, Mark Wahlberg, Julian Farino, Rob Weiss and Jill Soloway executive produce. Back in New York after a potentially lucrative trip to Japan, Ben Epstein (Bryan Greenberg) and Cam Calderon (Victor Rasuk) hit the ground running, hustling for every opportunity. The partners scour the downtown scene for new business connections, following every lead they can to get noticed in the ultra-competitive fashion industry and make headway with CRISP, their homemade fashion line of T-shirts and hoodies. As the stakes get higher, these charming entrepreneurs confront new obstacles in New York City, determined to achieve the American Dream.