Two seasons is all that HBO's giving to "How To Make It In America." The pay-cable net has just cancelled the show, along with two others ÔÇô"Hung" and "Bored to Death." They still have a number of hit shows, including "Game of Throne," "Treme," and "Boardwalk Empire," and they have high hopes for their upcoming horse racing series "Luck," with John Ortiz and Dustin Hoffman, but the cancellation of How ToÔÇªdoes have a serious impact on the number of Latino actors working for HBO.
Victor Rasuk, Luis Guzm?ín, and Edgar Garcia were all key players in this ensemble drama set in New York; Kid Cudi and Andrea Navedo appeared regularly as well. Rasuk's performance was a particular standout; it garnered Best Actor nominations from the Imagen Foundation in 2010 and 2011.
A boxed set of Season One is already available, and you can pre-order Season TwoÔÇªwhich, sadly, is the last we'll see of "How To Make It In America."