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Trailer Park: Season Two Teasers for HBO's Bored to Death and Eastbound and Down

"I will not have a three-way cuddle with a struggling comedian!"

I think it's fairly safe to say that those words could only have emanated from the twisted mind of author Jonathan Ames, creator of HBO's deliciously loopy private investigator comedy Bored to Death, which returns for a second season in September.

But Bored to Death's Jason Schwartzman, Ted Danson, and Zach Galifianakis aren't the only ones headed back to HBO this fall as the pay cabler also brings back Danny McBride's Kenny Powers to the lineup as Eastbound and Down returns for a second season in September.

The teaser promos for the second seasons of Bored to Death and Eastbound and Down, as well as the image campaign for HBO's Summer/Fall 2010 series, can be found below.

Bored to Death Season Two:



Eastbound and Down Season Two:



HBO Original Series Summer/Fall 2010 Image Campaign:



Season Two of Bored to Death and Eastbound and Down return to HBO in September.

Comments

Danielle said…
Yay! Can't wait for more Bored to Death. The combination of Schwartzman, Danson, and Galifianakis is brilliant!
Savvy Veteran said…
I enjoyed Bored to Death well enough, but after watching Eastbound & Down's six episodes in one sitting when the DVD came out, I'm very, very excited to see season two. The last episode was hilarious, tied things together nicely, and the final minutes were—dare I say?—pretty poignant and artful. I didn't expect that after the pilot, which—although funny—didn't seem to be anything especially "deep."

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