Looks like HBO has some faith in their two new shows 'Girls' and 'Veep' because they have been picked up fro a second season already after the 2nd and 3rd episode. This doesn't come as a shock because both series have been performing well as it says in the ratings. With around 900,000 viewers, 'Girls' managed to keep that number the next week. This is a good sign for HBO and it is clear that it is going to be around for a while. Women have been able to relate to 'Girls' as they touch on personal feelings that women love to watch programs about such things. 'Veep' managed 1.4 million on their first episode.
It seems a little too soon for the shows to be taken so seriously by HBO, but ratings don't lie and it is clear that these two shows are not going anywhere. The two series have been given a 10-episode second season already with more to come possibly. There is always room to grow. With the two shows getting the word already, many are still waiting to hear back to see if they are going to continue in with their series or not. To get a second newly into the show is an achievement for sure. HBO likes when their shows perform decently and it shows that the program is doing its job.
The creators of 'Veep' and 'Girls' couldn't be happier and with 'Game of Thrones' coming back for another season as well, it seems that HBO is going to be the one to watch in the near future if they keep scoring points for viewers. What do you think of the early ticket to a second season by HBO? Are they jumping the gun too soon with these series? With decent ratings, it is hard to argue the reasoning behind the big move.