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Winning Time

Lakers Drama Show Doesn’t Exceed 1 Million Viewers – Deadline

HBO has brought viewers back to the Los Angeles Lakers’ start days with a new series win time: Rise of the Lakers dynasty Make the premiere on Sunday. The series from co-creators Max Borenstein and Jim Hecht debuted to reach 1 million viewers.

Per HBO, the series has opened to approximately 900,000 viewers via line show and HBO Max streaming. Winning Time fills the 9 p.m. Sunday slot that previously belonged to trance. To compare dramas, trance She premiered her series in June 2019 To 577.00 linear viewers and boosted up to 1 million viewers by watching on HBO GO/NOW, prior to the launch of HBO Max. The trance The second season premiere broke records for HBO and HBO Max with a total of 2.4 million viewers.

win time A ten-episode series about the professional and personal lives of the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1980s, one of the sport’s most respected and dominant dynasties – the team that defined an era, both on and off the field. Series John C. Riley as Jerry Boss, Quincy Isaiah as Magic Johnson, Jason Clarke as Jerry West, Adrien Brody as Pat Riley, Gabi Hoffman as Claire Rothman, Tracy Letts as Jack McKinney, Jason Segel as Paul Westhead , Julian Nicholson as Crane McKinney, Hadley Robinson as Jenny Boss, Devon Nixon as Norm Nixon, Solomon Hughes as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Tamira Tomakelli as Erlitha “Cookie” Kelly, Brett Cullen as Bill Sharman, Stephen Adley Gerges As Frank Mariani, Spencer Jarrett as Chick Hughes, Sarah Ramos as Sheryl Pistono, Molly Gordon as Linda Zafrani, Joey Brooks as Lon Rosen, Dilant D’Souza as Michael Cooper, Jimmy Atkins as Jamal Wilkes, Austin Aaron in Mark Landsberger, John Young as Brad Holland, with Rob Morgan as Irvin Johnson Sr. And Sally Field as Jesse Boss.

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Hyperobject Industries CEO Kevin Messikm is producing along with showrunner and writer Borenstein. Jim Hecht is executive producer, writer, and co-creator. Adam McKay executive producer and directed pilot. Rodney Barnes serves as executive producer and writer. Jason Schumann and Scott Stevens also serve as executive producers.