TV News: Love, Benihana, Inside, Maniac


Made for Love
HBO Max has cancelled the Cristin Milioti-led series “Made for Love” after two seasons. The second season recently concluded on May 19th.

Based on the novel by Alissa Nutting, the story follows a 30-something woman on the run after ten years in a suffocating marriage to an insufferable tech billionaire (Billy Magnussen). [Source: Variety]

FX and 20th Television are reportedly developing a series based on Jack McCallum’s novel “Making It In America” about the life of Hiroaki ‘Rocky’ Aoki, founder of the Benihana restaurant chain. Jonathan Abrams created the series and will serve as an executive producer.

The series will delve into Aoki’s colorful life as a mogul, businessman, wrestler, speed boat racer, balloonist, and nightclub impresario who had a complicated relationship with his family and Japanese heritage. [Source: Variety]

Inside Job
Netflix has picked up the second season of its adult animated conspiracy theory comedy series “Inside Job” which hails from “Gravity Falls” writer Shion Takeuchi and creator Alex Hirsch. The renewal comes ahead of the launch of the ten-episode second part of the first season which is expected to hit later this year.

Junji Ito’s Maniac
Netflix has announced they are working on the new anime series called “Junji Ito’s Maniac: Japanese Tales of the Macabre” created by the Japanese horror mangaka legend and set to premiere in 2023.

The series will compile twenty of Ito’s most horrific works and adapt them into anime with three of the stories including “Souichi,” “Tomie,” and “The Hanging Balloons”. [Source: Twitter]

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