The return dates have been announced for two HBO series. The streaming service announced that both “Crashing” and “High Maintenance” will premiere their new seasons Jan. 20.
Both shows’ third seasons will be televised on Sunday nights.
“Crashing,” created by and starring Pete Holmes, will air an eight-episode season. The series draws on Holmes’ experiences as a comedian, offering a behind-the-scenes look at the world of stand-up comedy.
Season three of “Crashing” is executive produced by Pete Holmes, Judd Apatow, Judah Miller and Igor Srubshchik; co-executive producer, Oren Brimer; producers, Josh Church, Dave Rath and Greg Fitzsimmons.
Holmes is also headlining his second stand-up special on HBO, “Pete Holmes: Dirty Clean,” premiering Saturday, Dec. 15.
Moving from Friday to Sunday night, “High Maintenance,” created by Katja Blichfeld and Ben Sinclair, returns for its nine-episode third season. The critically acclaimed show uses The Guy, played by Ben Sinclair, a marijuana dealer, to weave in and out of various stories about New York life, including his own.
“High Maintenance” is created by Katja Blichfeld and Ben Sinclair; executive producers, Katja Blichfeld, Ben Sinclair and Russell Gregory; producers, Willy Friedman, Gwen Bialic and Emi Irikawa.