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[04/07/22 - 10:00 AM]
HBO Renews "Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty" for a Second Season
The 10-episode first season will conclude on Sunday, May 8, on HBO and will be available to stream on HBO Max.

[02/22/22 - 12:00 PM]
This March Stream "Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty," Oscar Nominees "Dune," "King Richard" "Drive My Car," "West Side Story," and More on HBO Max
Newly announced premieres include "DMZ," "Brene Brown: Atlas of the Heart," "One Perfect Shot" and the early 2000s classic "One Tree Hill."

[02/11/22 - 09:08 AM]
Video: HBO Releases Official Trailer for "Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty"
HBO will also unveil a commercial promoting the series this Sunday during the big game.

[02/09/22 - 09:02 AM]
HBO Original Drama Series "Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty" Debuts March 6
The drama is a fast-break series about the professional and personal lives of the 1980s Los Angeles Lakers, one of sports' most revered and dominant dynasties - a team that defined an era, both on and off the court.

[12/22/21 - 06:02 AM]
Video: HBO Max Reveals New Campaign Spot Highlighting Upcoming Originals, Warner Bros. Streaming Exclusives, Hit Movies and More Arriving in 2022
Following a year marked by groundbreaking hits, the spot signifies HBO Max's continued commitment to deliver audiences fresh and imaginative content, featuring bold, iconic characters from the world's best creators - all in one place.

[12/09/21 - 09:06 AM]
Video: HBO Releases First Look at New Drama Series "Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty"
A fast-break series chronicling the professional and personal lives of the 1980s Los Angeles Lakers, one of sports' most revered and dominant dynasties - a team that defined an era, both on and off the court.

[08/20/21 - 11:13 PM]
Development Update: Friday, August 20
Updates include: Mike Richards steps down as new "Jeopardy!" host; Josh Duhamel signs onto NBC's "The Thing About Pam"; and OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network in talks to revive CBS's "All Rise."

[06/21/21 - 11:06 PM]
Development Update: Monday, June 21
Updates include: Netflix passes on NBC's "Manifest"; Jerry O'Connell to host "Pictionary" revival; and Mike Epps among latest cast in HBO's 1980s Los Angeles Lakers drama.

[05/26/21 - 11:29 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, May 26
Updates include: Michiel Huisman cast in Apple's "Echo 3"; Christopher McDonald latest cast in "Secret Invasion" at Disney+; and Parker Posey tapped for HBO Max's "The Staircase."

[05/12/21 - 11:25 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, May 12
Updates include: "This Is Us," "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" to both sign off next season; two co-stars to exit NBC's "Chicago Med"; and Amazon shutters its "The Banker's Wife" adaptation.

[04/22/21 - 11:26 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, April 22
Updates include: Maya Erskine lands role on "Obi-Wan Kenobi" at Disney+; HBO's 1980s Lakers project continues to expand cast; and Richard Lewis to return to "Curb Your Enthuiasm."

[03/31/21 - 11:39 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, March 31
Updates include: CBS orders comedy "Ghosts" to series; Netflix mulls Anna Cathcart-led "To All the Boys" spin-off series; and Sarah Michelle Gellar to star in Amazon's "Hot Pink."

[03/26/21 - 11:29 PM]
Development Update: Friday, March 26
Updates include: 20th Television mulls "Ally McBeal" limited series revival; George R.R. Martin signs new overall deal with HBO; and Don Cheadle to narrate ABC's "The Wonder Years" reboot series pilot.

[03/25/21 - 11:53 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, March 25
Updates include: Rebecca Rittenhouse to topline ABC's "Maggie" pilot; Jason Segel, Bo Burnham board HBO's 1980s Los Angeles Lakers series; and Christopher Gorham signs onto Netflix's "The Lincoln Lawyer."

[03/19/21 - 11:32 PM]
Development Update: Friday, March 19
Updates include: Amazon's "The Boys" spin-off casts trio; Michael Chiklis boards HBO's 1980s Los Angeles Lakers drama series; and CBS pushes filming on its "True Lies" pilot.

[03/18/21 - 11:51 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, March 18
Updates include: Canadian import "Burden of Truth" to sign off after four seasons; Dulé Hill cast in ABC's "The Wonder Years" reboot pilot; and Matthew McConaughey in talks to return for "A Time to Kill" sequel TV series at HBO.

[03/16/21 - 11:36 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, March 16
Updates include: Adrien Brody to play Pat Riley in HBO's 1980s Los Angeles Lakers drama; Sinqua Walls cast in NBC's "At That Age"; and Tom Hiddleston to star in Apple's "The Essex Serpent."

[03/01/21 - 11:10 AM]
HBO Programming Overview - Spring 2021
The pay channel recaps its current and future offerings to date.

[09/10/20 - 11:32 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, September 10
Updates include: Nicolas Cage's Joe Exotic series lands at Amazon; Netflix renews "The Goop Lab with Gwyneth Paltrow"; and Kaitlyn Dever latest to board Hulu's "Dopesick."

[09/01/20 - 11:20 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, September 1
Updates include: Stephanie Koenig to join Julie Bowen in CBS comedy pilot; Dierks Bentley to star in "Hot Country Knights" for Quibi; and ABC confirms production start on five series.

[04/15/20 - 11:20 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, April 15
Updates include: Enver Gjokaj to visit "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD"; Amazon Studios lands rights to podcast "The Left Right Game"; and Anthony Michael Hall to recur on NBC's "The Blacklist."

[12/06/19 - 01:02 PM]
HBO Gives Series Order to "The Untitled Lakers Project," with Adam McKay's Hyperobject Industries Producing
The fast-break drama series chronicles the professional and personal lives of the 1980s Los Angeles Lakers, one of sports' most revered and dominant dynasties - a team that defined its era, both on and off the court.

[10/02/19 - 11:29 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, October 2
Updates include: Mekia Cox joins the cast of ABC's "The Rookie"; Lisa Cholodenko to helm Showtime's "Rita" pilot; and Michael B. Jordan, Seth Rogen bring "Middle West" to Amazon.

[09/25/19 - 11:32 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, September 25
Updates include: BET cancels "In Contempt"; Hulu shutters "Marvel's Ghost Rider"; and Ray Romano to star in HBO Max's "Made for Love."

[09/17/19 - 11:39 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, September 17
Updates include: Kiefer Sutherland, Boyd Holbrook board Quibi's "The Fugitive"; Timothy Olyphant signs onto FX's "Fargo"; and Marilyn Manson is bound for Starz's "American Gods."

[09/12/19 - 11:29 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, September 12
Updates include: J.J. Abrams to stay put at WarnerMedia with massive overall deal; Michael McKean, Ken Watanabe sign onto HBO Max projects; and HBO casts its Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for "Showtime" pilot.

[09/10/19 - 11:49 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, September 10
Updates include: John C. Reilly to replace Michael Shannon as Jerry Buss in HBO's "Showtime" pilot; Ricardo Chavira, Gabriel Chavarria tapped for Netflix's "Selena: The Series"; and Hope Davis boards "Your Honor" at Showtime.

[08/23/19 - 11:03 PM]
Development Update: Friday, August 23
Updates include: Michael Shannon cast as Jerry Buss in HBO's "Showtime" pilot; Bisha K. Ali to pen "Ms. Marvel" at Disney+; and Jonny Umansky to bring "Serendipity" to NBC.

[08/01/19 - 11:12 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, August 1
Updates include: Jason Clarke to play Jerry West in HBO's "Showtime"; JoAnna Garcia Swisher signs onto Netflix's "Sweet Magnolias"; and Sean "Big Sean" Anderson rounds out cast of BET's "Twenties."

[04/23/19 - 11:29 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, April 23
Updates include: Laura Donnelly first to board HBO's "The Nevers"; Harry Lloyd bound for USA's "Brave New World"; and HBO pilots potential 1980s L.A. Lakers series from Adam McKay.







WINNING TIME: THE RISE OF THE LAKERS DYNASTY (HBO)
Returns in TBA 2023 (Exact Date TBA)
BROADCAST HISTORY:
3/6/22 - ???
STATUS:
returning in 2022/2023 (date TBA)
TIME SLOT:
not on the schedule
CURRENT SEASON:
2 (??? episodes)
VISIT THE OFFICIAL WEB SITE
ADDITIONAL NOTES:
Season 2 ordered on 4/7/22
DESCRIPTION:
(from HBO's web site, March 2022) HBO’s Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty is the fast-break new drama series that goes back in time to chronicle the professional and personal lives of the 1980s Los Angeles Lakers, one of sports’ most revered and dominant dynasties. Based on Jeff Pearlman’s book, Showtime: Magic, Kareem, Riley, and the Los Angeles Lakers, and executive produced by Adam McKay (Succession, Q: Into the Storm), the show takes a look at a team that defined its era, both on and off the court. The ensemble cast includes: John C. Reilly, Jason Clarke, Adrien Brody, Quincy Isaiah, Sally Field, and Jason Segel, among many others. Find out more about the cast and characters here. McKay is also directing the pilot, and joining him from Hyperobject Industries is Executive Producer Kevin Messick. Max Borenstein serves as Showrunner, Executive Producer, Writer, and Co-Creator. Jim Hecht is Co-Writer of Story, Executive Producer, and Co-Creator. Jason Shuman, Scott Stephens, and Rodney Barnes also join as Executive Producers.
PRINCIPAL CAST INFORMATION:
· Adrien Brody as Pat Riley
· Austin Aaron as Mark Landsberger
· Brett Cullen as Bill Sharman
· Delante Desouza as Michael Cooper
· DeVaughn Nixon as Norm Nixon
· Gaby Hoffmann as Claire Rothman
· Hadley Robinson as Jeanie Buss
· Jason Clarke as Jerry West
· Jason Segel as Paul Westhead
· Jimel Atkins as Jamaal Wilkes
· Joey Brooks as Lon Rosen
· John C. Reilly as Jerry Buss
· Jon Young as Brad Holland
· Julianne Nicholson as Cranny McKinney
· Molly Gordon as Linda Zafrani
· Quincy Isaiah as Magic Johnson
· Rob Morgan as Earvin Johnson, Sr.
· Sally Field as Jessie Buss
· Sarah Ramos as Cheryl Pistono
· Solomon Hughes as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
· Spencer Garrett as Chick Hearn
· Stephen Adly Guirgis as Frank Mariani
· Tamera Tomakili as Cookie Keely
· Tracy Letts as Jack McKinney
RECURRING/PREVIOUS CAST INFORMATION:
· Andy Hirsch as David Stern
· Bo Burnham as Larry Bird (Originally Cast)
· Carina Conti as Paula Abdul
· Danny Burstein as Vic Weiss
· Edwin Hodge as Ron Boone
· Gillian Jacobs as Chris Riley
· Ja'Quan Cole as Ron Carter
· Kirk Bovill as Donald Sterling
· LisaGay Hamilton as Christine Johnson
· Lola Kirke as Karen West
· Mariama Diallo as Iman
· Max E. Williams as Jack Nicholson
· Michael Chiklis as Red Auerbach
· Michael Shannon as Jerry Buss (Originally Cast)
· Mike Epps as Richard Pryor
· Olli Haaskivi as Phil Knight
· Rachel Hilson as Cindy Day
· Rory Cochrane as Jerry Tarkanian
· Sean Patrick Small as Larry Bird
· Ta'Nika Gibson as Debbie Allen
· Terence Davis as Adrian Dantley
· Wood Harris as Spencer Haywood
CREW INFORMATION:
· Adam McKay as EP/DIR (Pilot)
· Jason Shuman as EP
· Jeff Pearlman as BOOK
· Jim Hecht as CRTR/EP
· Kevin Messick as EP
· Max Borenstein as CRTR/EP
· Rodney Barnes as EP
· Scott Stephens as EP
GENRE(S):
· drama
STUDIO INFORMATION:
· Hyperobject Industries