Will Divorce season 3 renewal happen on HBO? Future for Sarah Jessica Parker series

Divorce season 3 renewalIs there going to be a Divorce season 3 renewal on HBO? Given that the finale is airing tonight, it make some sense for that question to start to be raised.

For the time being, though, there is no clear answer as to whether or not you’re going to be seeing more of the Sarah Jessica Parker series and that is somewhat surprising. You’re talking about a show here that is averaging around 500,000 viewers, which is more than some of the other comedies that are on the HBO schedule. Beyond that,  it also does have a bankable star at the center of it in Sarah Jessica Parker. One other thing to consider here is just the fact that it had an almost-impossible timeslot in which to succeed in, up this year against the NFL and many other awards shows — it’s ending tonight opposite the Oscars!

(Note that the 500,000 viewers we are referring to here, more or less, are live viewers — there are many more who choose to watch after the fact.)

One thing that is pretty clear here is that if Divorce does return for a third season in the future, there is a lot of material that can be explored. For more on that, just take a look at what executive producer Jinny Bicks had to say recently in an interview with Collider:

Yeah, I think we have some ideas to explore. What’s nice about a story like this, especially as we explore not just their relationship but the other relationships, is that you can see so many storylines and you can have so much fun with it. There’s stuff I’m interested in exploring, staying tonally with where we’ve landed in the second season, and finding ways to put them into even more predicaments. Frances is somebody who’s always wanted to live in the city. What would happen, if she moved to the city, now that she’s single? What does that look like? What does Robert’s success look like, now that he has money? He’s never had money. He’s a complete f–k-up. For him, money is a challenge. Even though this is a topic that’s very painful, it was a lot of fun to write. I’m a big believer in hope, and I feel like there’s still a lot of hope. Even as you have a relationship coming apart, whether you’re married or you’re breaking up with someone you’ve been dating, there’s still always potential for something new. What was fun about Season 2 was that potential. The word seems so final, but there’s nothing final about divorce. It never stops. So, it’s a show called Divorce, where you’re just exploring the realms of relationships.

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